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Mrs. Ashley Barbour
All About Me:
Welcome to my page! My name is Ashley Barbour. I am from Dunn, NC. I graduated from Campbell University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. I am happily married to my wonderful husband, Dusty, for 3 years. We have a sweet maltipoo, Tucker. We have 1 daughter, Emalyn Kate. I have been teaching in Johnston County for 7 years; this year is my 9th year. I have taught at Benson Elementary all 6 years, 1 year in 2nd grade, 4 years in kindergarten and 1 year in 1st grade. This is my 3rd year at McGees Elementary. My first year I taught Kindergarten and this is my 2nd year teaching 3rd Grade. I love 3rd grade and enjoy working with sweet 3rd graders.I am excited and honored to get to share in your child's third grade year. I love teaching with my whole heart; it is my passion to see students learn new things and show amazing growth each year. I hope to help all of my students make wonderful memories and develop a deep love of learning. Please feel free to email, call or Dojo message me at anytime with questions.
Some fun facts about me are :-)
*I LOVE the beach!
*I am very active in my church with our youth group.
*I love monogramming things.
*My favorite color is purple.
*I love pasta.
*My favorite animal is a dog.
*My family and friends are very important to me.
*I love being outdoors.
*Teaching is what I love more than anything. :-)
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