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Conrad Varblow 

Mr. Varblow taught physics for Loudoun County Public Schools for nine years and is happy to move to a role as Technology Resource Teacher at Lowes Island Elementary School beginning in August, 2014. He looks forward to continuing to develop and support technology for teachers and students at another great school! 
Mr. Varblow graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA) with a Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering. He then earned a Master of Engineering Management from George Washington University (Washington, DC) and more recently completed a Master of Education, Secondary Science from George Mason University (Fairfax, VA). 
Prior to teaching, Mr. Varblow enjoyed a successful career as an software/environmental engineer, engineering manager, and information technology director. He is fully licensed with the Commonwealth of Virginia to teach physics, chemistry and math, and served as Potomac Falls High School's science department chair for three years. 
Mr. Varblow enjoys biking, hiking, gardening and almost any other outdoor activity. He has coached many youth soccer teams in Herndon and Loudoun. He has been happily married to his best friend for more than 20 years, and has two daughters and a son, ages fifteen, thirteen, and seven.