Mrs. Candace Bullock

Phone: 919-894-7771, ext 2742

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Physical Education & Elementary Education (K-6) Bachelor of Science in Education

Mrs. Candace Bullock

My name is Candace Bullock and I am the Physical Education teacher at Dixon Road.  I have been teaching PE here for 7 years and love it.  I am originally from Alabama (ROLL TIDE!!!), but have been living in North Carolina for 15 years, with my husband and 2 children.  I LOVE to go camping and enjoy anything that involves my family.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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