Mrs. Rombach is a sixth grade Language Arts teacher in Ashburn, Virginia (near Washington, D.C.). She is a drop-everything-and-read kind of girl, someone who easily loses herself in a world between two pages.
Mrs. Rombach (pssst…that’s me) is also the adoring, extremely proud mother of five children ages 12 to 21. Her youngest son, Sean, is a sixth grader. Cady, number four, is a high school freshman, joining her brother and quintessential middle child Bryan, who is a junior. Cullen, Mrs. Rombach’s eldest son, is in his first year at William and Mary (studying computer science). His big sis Shelby, an economics and justice studies major, is enjoying her third year at James Madison University (also Mr. and Mrs. Rombach’s alma mater). Bottom line: The Rombachs have a house full of children…and we feel very blessed by the teachers and professors who’ve touched our hearts and shaped our minds over the years.
Mrs. Rombach studied English and Studio Art at JMU,where she launched a lifetime love of writing. Nowadays, she packs up that passion and brings it into the classroom, where Mrs. Rombach fully intends to liberally spread an infectious joy for reading, writing, and celebrating life with a capital L!
So there you have it. Mrs. Rombach believes in kicking up lively conversations and delivering fun, interactive lessons to some 70 awesome sixth graders. If you want, you can follow our adventures right here. Stop by and say hello anytime.