Ms. Randazzo earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Masters of Education in Multicultural Education from Northern Arizona University. She has 17 years experience teaching in a variety of cultural settings, including the Navajo Indian Reservation, an American school in the Dominican Republic and International Schools located in New York City and Washington DC. Ms. Randazzo has been in Loudoun County Public Schools for 7 years and joined Lovettsville Elementary 5 years ago to support those children learning in a second language. Her passion as an educator is to create a meaningful learning environment which provides children with opportunities to think, create and problem solve.
Ms. Randazzo lives in Winchester, Virginia with her husband and 2 daughters, Amelia and Kami. Their family enjoys time to spend together and a few getaways each year to their cabin in the woods.