Mrs. Elizabeth Raynor

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Mrs. Elizabeth Raynor

 

My name is Mrs. Raynor and I teach first grade at Four Oaks Elementary, the same school I attended as a student.  I graduated from South Johnston High School in 1998.  I went on to attend Peace College and graduated with a Communications Degree in 2001.  After Peace, I went to work at our family business.  After a few years of working I decided I needed to fulfill my passsion to teach childern.  So, I went back to school online at ECU and recieved my Teaching Degree. I am currently in my 8th year of teaching at FOES.   

  • Mrs. Raynor's Daily Schedule
    8:40-9:00 Morning Meeting
    9:00-10:30 Block (Reading)
    10:30-11:00 Phonics/PA
    11:00-11:25 Lunch
    11:25-11:55 Recess
    11:55-12:55 Block (Math)
    12:55-1:15 Writing
    1:15-1:30 Snack/ Teacher Read Aloud
    1:30-2:20 Enrichment
    2:20-2:50 Target Time
    2:50-3:30 Science/Social Studies.

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