Abby Crain, NBCT

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Hi! My name is Abby Crain, and I am the fourth grade special education teacher at Barrett.  I graduated from Nazareth College in Rochester, NY with my Bachelor’s in English Literature and a quad-teaching certification in Inclusive Education. I grew up in Syracuse, NY, and moved to Northern Virginia after I graduated from undergrad. I have my Master’s in American Literature from Georgetown University. In December 2019 I achieved National Board Certification as an Exceptional Needs Specialist in Mild to Moderate Disabilities. I also ran cross country, indoor and outdoor track all throughout high school and college and have run many marathons for fun. I love hanging out with my nephew and niece, Henry and Bette (pictured), swimming, working out, traveling, and reading every night! I am excited and looking forward to another great year in fourth grade!

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Abby Crain, NBCT

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RT @colleen_cruz: New plan: Everyone advocating for full school re-opening with no plan nor budget for proper supports and resources, must…
Published July 13, 20 5:17AM
                                        
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RT @14_aps: “The thought of losing even one student to covid-19 is more than I can bear. Young adults are not immune to this virus.” #refus
Published July 09, 20 10:30AM
                                        
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4/ I won’t be able to see my family during the school year due to the high risk I will be forced to take if the hybrid model is chosen. I ask that APS operate in distance learning mode only until Arlington has had at least #14daysnonewcases @ARLnowDOTcom @APSVirginia @ArlingtonVA
Published July 09, 20 5:52AM
                                        
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3/ Working in multiple classrooms in order to meet the needs of my students significantly increases the number of interactions that I will have daily. The risk factor is too high at this time for me to feel comfortable returning to the classroom. @APSVirginia @ArlingtonVA
Published July 09, 20 5:50AM
                                        
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