Ms. Castellano (“Mrs. C”) has a lot of work experience in the field of Family and Consumer Sciences- including working for Virginia Cooperative Extension, Early Head Start, and as a nutritionist for Women, Infants, and Children. She has a Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and a Master’s from degree from Marymount. She enjoys learning about other cultures, and plans to integrate the study of cultural differences in daily life (parenting, food, etc.) into the classroom. There is something we can learn from each one!
- Instructional Staff
- Grades / Teams: 9, 10, 11, 12
RT @APS_OEE: Congratulations to Chef Randolph and her team. She continuous to be a powerful force in education. She is innovative, passio…
Published September 21, 19 7:16PM
Published September 20, 19 11:49AM
All about safety this week in FACS! Students in Foods used GloGerm and a black light to test their hand washing. Teens in Child Development identified common household items that could be dangerous for kids. https://t.co/yfFtG36Aqr
Published September 10, 19 5:57PM
My Oakie and I just saw @OakridgeConnect on NBC4! You’re famous! Good job describing the new safety measures for check-ins. Yay to APS for implementing it.
Published September 08, 19 6:14AM
RT @FCPS_CTS: Moving on to Life in the Community Resource Fair - October 15th at Lake Braddock HS - sign up here: https://t.co/mZyt74DA5z h…
Published September 05, 19 5:57PM
- Child Development and Parentin
- Food and Fitness