The 2014-15 school year will mark Mrs. Stitt's seventh year at Heritage High School, but her eleventh year in Loudoun County; she has also taught in Tennessee and Kansas. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Spanish from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and a Master's degree in Education from Emporia State University. Prior to becoming a teacher, Mrs. Stitt earned a Bachelor of Science in Business degree from Murray State University and worked in the newspaper and banking industries.
ATTN ALL STUDENTS!!
Although midterms are cancelled, we WILL still be taking the assessments that were designed as midterm exams. They will count as grades for the 2nd quarter.
Spanish II will have M/C section on Tuesday/Wednesday and writing on Thursday/Friday. Spanish 5 will do speaking and writing tomorrow as scheduled. M/C section on Tuesday/Wednesday.
Courses above are linked to online learning environments housed collectively in Loudoun County's Vision Site. Course information, homework, and other forms of communication will be housed in these locations for each Heritage teacher.