Ms. Brittany Adcock

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Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education from Campbell University

Ms. Brittany Adcock

Hey everyone, my name is Ms. Adcock. I graduated from Garner Senior High School in 2009. After high school I attended Wake Tech for 2 years and then transferred to Campbell University in 2011. That was one of the best decisions I made in my life. It was such a great school that allowed me to live out my dream of becoming a teacher. I graduated from Campbell University in 2014 with a Bachelors of Science in Education and a concentration in Special Education. I have been teaching for 7 years right here at Benson Elementary. I would not trade what I do for the world!

I have always had one goal in mind when I decided to become a teacher. I want to make a difference in a child's life. I fully believe that it is our job to make sure that each and every student who comes into our classroom feel loved and feel safe when they are at school. I want students to know that they can make a difference in this world and that they are capable of accomplishing anything and everything. They just have to believe that they can and succeed at making that happen. These students are the next generation and it is our job to help make sure that they make this world a better place.

 

Fun Facts:

Favorite Book: The Choice

Favorite Movie: A Walk to Remember

Favorite TV Show: I have two, Dawson's Creek and One Tree Hill

Favorite Holiday: Christmas

Favorite place to Vacation: Wilmington, NC ( I love the beach!!)

Favorite Coffee Shop: Starbucks

Favorite Color: Pink

Favorite Team: CU Camels/NC State

Favorite thing to do: Shop, read, spend time with family and friends

 

But most of all, I love being a teacher, it is my FAVORITE thing to do!! 

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“So often you find that the students you’re trying to INSPIRE are the one’s that end up INSPIRING YOU!  

-Sean Junkins

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    Daily Schedule

    8:20 Arrival

    8:50-9:05 Morning Meeting

    9:10-9:40 RIME-Reading 

    9:45-10:15 RIME- Math Block 1

    10:20-11:25 Math Block 1 

    11:30-11:55-12:40 Lunch

    12:05-12:15 Math Block 1

    12:20-1:15 Enhancements

    1:20-1:45 Recess

    1:50-3:05 Math Block 2

    3:10-3:40 RIME- Math Block 2

    3:45-4:00 Pack-Up

    4:00 Dismissal 

     

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