Mrs. Tonya Crocker

Phone: 919-284-2031


Degrees and Certifications:

6-12 Mathematics K-12 Principal AIG Certification Math 1 Supply List __________________ Pack of pencils or mechanical pencils with extra lead Loose-leaf paper Graph paper Erasers Colored pencils (twistable recommended) Highlighter Scissors Glue sticks (2) Binder (1 1/2 in. or 2 in.) JUST FOR MATH Dividers Dry Erase Marker EARBUDS or HEADPHONES (Used a lot in class) Optional (but recommended): TI 84 or TI84 Plus

Mrs. Tonya Crocker


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 A Little Bit About Me


Year of Teaching: 20th

Birthday:  February 11th

Family: Husband of 20 years, Tracy

Children: None; except a furbaby named Friskie

Favorite Things to Do:  Going to the beach, sitting by a fire, spending quality time with my family, singing, eating Sushi

Other things I love: Amazon, Wish, Dove Milk Chocolate, Movies at CineBistro, Starbucks, Flowers

Sports Team: Tarheels all the way

I look forward to being your teacher!




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