Megan White joined LCDS in 2013.  After spending her childhood playing school with her name-tag adorning stuffed animals and watching her mother make a difference in the lives of children, Megan attended Radford University to become a school teacher.  She earned her teaching degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with minors in English and history.  After graduation, she returned to her hometown and began teaching for Loudoun County Public Schools where she stayed for five years before joining the private sector.  Growing up around LCDS, she knew the differences between public and private schools; smaller class sizes, special programs, and a beautiful campus.  It seemed like the perfect fit.  Megan believes that strong relationships foster trust and an eagerness to learn.  She adores her students and makes a point to relate to each of them on a personal level.  Any of her previous students would tell you that she loves good humor, bright colors, puppies, being outdoors, live music and the beach.