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  • Ms. Angela Marchi
     
    Ms. Angela Marchi
    Learning Specialist
     
    This is my 6th year in Loudoun County, and second year at Potomac Falls. I truly believe Loudoun is the absolute best place to teach and to learn. I earned my Bachelor of Psychology from Frostburg State University. At Frostburg, I chose to focus on Abnormal Child Psychology and Counseling Psychology. I obtained my M. Ed. in Special Education through George Mason University. I have a daughter who is in 7th grade, and a pitbull named Tonks. I love reading, running, and coffee. 
     
    My Schedule:
     
    Availability: I will be available to answer questions and immediately respond via email during Blocks 1, 4, 6 and 7. 
    GoogleMeet Schedule: Geometry classes will be meeting Wednesdays during the corresponding times for their classes.
                                         Block 3: 10:45-11:15
                                          Block 8: 3:00-3:30
                                          AFDA will be meeting from Block 1-Block 4. If you are in my 5th or 7th block class, you may try to pop in during the block 1-4 times. Ms. Toms and                                       Mr. Connolly (as well as the other AFDA teachers) are ensuring that all content is recorded and posted to your respective Google Classroom. 
                                         Block 1: 9:15-9:45
                                          Block 2: 10:00-10:30
                                          Block 3: 10:45-11:15
                                          Block 4: 11:30-12:00
                                          My Block 2 students will meet during the Block 2 times of 10:00 and 10:30 on Fridays. 
     
     
    To access all class syllabi and content, please click on the links to the corresponding pages for my content teachers:
     
     
    For extra assistance, please see office hours noted above. 
     
    Contact Information:
     
    angela.marchi@lcps.org
    (571) 434-3200
     
    "I see now, that the circumstances of one's birth are irrelevant. It is what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are" -Takeshi Shudo
     
    "When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know; but when you listen, you may learn something new" -Dalai Lama
     

     

Last Modified on May 4, 2020