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M. Sands

Megan Sands
ESOL Content Specialist
Bachelors: University of Maryland, Spanish Language and Literature; Secondary Curriculum and Instruction
Graduate Certificate: George Washington University, Bilingual Special Education
Masters: University of Maryland, Minority and Urban Education
Graduate Certificate: McDaniel College, Administration and Supervision
Ms. Sands is in her 13th year of education, the first seven of which were spent at Loiederman Middle School (2005-2012). She is excited to return to Loiederman as the ESOL Content Specialist for the 2016-2017 school year, where she will share her passion for language acquisition!

 Mary Ellen Delayo 13-14 Ms. Mary Ellen Delayo, English
Education: Education and Human Development, M.Ed. University of Maryland English, B.A. University of Maryland
  matilda 16 Ms. Matilda Bediako, ESOL
 Jennifer Burns
kennedy_asante Juan Caballero
 pam dent16web Ms. Pamela Dent, ESOL
Education: B.A. in Elementary Education, University of Massachusetts
M.S. Linguistics, Georgetown University
Ms. Dent has taught for 22 years in 5 states. She is thrilled to be joining the Loiederman community.
 darryl web Mr. Darrel Lau - ESOL
Education:B.A. in Education: La Salle University
M. Ed. in Cultural and Educational Policy Studies: Loyola University Chicago
 Lucas medina 2016  Mr. Lucas Medina, ESOL Paraeducator
Education: Shepherd University W.V., Bachelor of Science in Business Administration & Minor in Economics
 Kira Swann  Ms. Kira Swann, ESOL
Education: B.S., Special Education, Hampton University
M.A., Special Education, California State University, Dominguez Hills
Graduate Certificate in the Education of Students with Autism, Johns Hopkins University
Graduate Certificate in Bilingual Special Education, The George Washington University


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