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Lucy Cora-Nazario

I'm Mrs. Cora and this is my first year at Steuart Weller. I have worked with children with disabilities since 2008. I graduated from George Mason University with a Master's in Special Education and a Graduate Certificate in ABA. I love spending time with my children, family and the outdoors. I look forward to a wonderful school year.  
Natalie Craig
I am super excited to be the K-2 Autism Teacher at Steuart Weller! Go Wild Cats! I am looking forward to getting to know all of the students and am thrilled to be joining such a wonderful community of parents and staff! I grew up in Loudoun County before attending James Madison University where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies with a minor in special education and a Master’s of Arts and Teaching in Special Education. It is a dream come true to be an educator and I feel very privileged to work with our students at the beginning of their educational journeys. Outside of school, I enjoy reading and hitting the gym. I am looking forward to an outstanding year with our kindergarten, first, and second graders! 

Linda Burgin

I am truly a native of this area having grown up in Fairfax County and graduating from Oakton High School. I earned my undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech in Elementary Education PK-7 and Intellectual Disabilities K-12. Go HOKIES!! After teaching 6th grade Middle School regular education for several years in Prince William County, I traveled to Evanston, IL to attend Northwestern University where I completed my Masters' Degree in Learning Disabilities K-12. Throughout the years I have taught Preschool through 6th grade, regular education and special education, in both Fairfax and Loudoun Counties. My husband and I live in Ashburn, VA and have 3 beautiful daughters! I consider it an honor and a privilege to say that I am teaching here at Steuart Weller Elementary School where I am part of a wonderful faculty and staff!


Last Modified on October 2, 2015