Special Education

Eagle View's Special Education program serves over 150 students with diverse needs.

There are many programs at Eagle View as well as in FCPS that support the implementation of evidence-based practices to increase the academic achievement and the social and emotional competence of students based on individual needs.

  • Learning Disabilities Teacher, ES

    Ms. Marino joined Eagle View as a Special Education Teacher in 2017. She has been working in Fairfax County since 2015. Ms. Marino graduated from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York with her undergraduate degree in English Literature with a concentration in Elementary and Special Education. And she just recently graduated from George Mason with a Master's in Literacy. Ms. Marino loves animals, playing softball with her friends, and traveling. She also has a passion for photography and can be found in local parks trying to capture the perfect photo.

  • Learning Disabilities Teacher, ES

    Mrs. Williams joined Eagle view as a special education teacher in 2009. She started her teaching career as a special education teacher in Fairfax County in 2002. Prior to working at Eagle View, Mrs. Williams taught special education and 2 years of general education at Hutchison Elementary. Mrs. Williams graduated from Geneva College with a dual degree in General Education and Special Education. She earned her Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix. When not at Eagle View, Mrs. Williams enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

  • Learning Disabilities Teacher, ES

    Ms. Donohue joined Eagle View in 2008. She graduated from James Madison University with her undergraduate degree in Anthropology and started her journey at Eagle View Elementary School as a Special Education Instructional Assistant. During this time she attended George Mason University to obtain her Master's degree in Special Education. After graduating from George Mason, she began teaching at Eagle View Elementary School as a third grade Special Education teacher. She has been working as a fourth grade Special Education teacher for the past 5 years and is excited to join the 5th grade team this year! She enjoys the long-lasting and collaborative friendships she has made with her coworkers across all grade levels. In her free time, Ms. Donohue loves taking yearly trips to Disney World, reading any and everything, and spending time with her fiancé, friends, family and her sweet Bichon Frise, Weston.

  • Learning Disabilities Teacher, ES

    This is Mrs. Kitts’ second year at Eagle View Elementary School. She started in Fairfax County at Camelot Elementary as an Instructional Assistant for 7 years. She received her bachelor's degree from Molloy College in Mathematics Secondary Education and is currently working on her master's degree in Special Education at George Mason University. When not at school, Mrs. Kitts spends her time at home in Maryland with her husband and four kids.

  • Emotional Disabilities Teacher

    Mr. Scarborough is entering his tenth year with Fairfax County Public Schools, his fifth year at Eagle View, and his fifth year as a special education teacher. An FCPS alumnus, Mr. Scarborough earned a bachelor's degree in music composition from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Oberlin, Ohio, as well as a master's degree in special education from the University of Virginia. At Eagle View, he enjoys occasionally accompanying chorus concerts; outside of Eagle View, he enjoys composing original music and musicals. Mr. Scarborough's wife has also worked for five years as a special educator within FCPS. They both frequently work as cast and/or crew in for local community theater productions.