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My name is Lynn Stanfield. I am married and I have two children. I live in the McGees Crossroads community. I graduated from ECU with a Batchelor of Science in Elementary Education. I taught fourth grade for four years before becoming a mother. I was an at-home mom for several years and then reentered the teaching profession when my children were older. This is my eighth year teaching at Benson Elementary. I love teaching! It's exciting to guide children as they learn and grow! I look forward to working with you and your child this school year!
Supply List 2020-2021
1 1" binder with clear outside pockets
2 boxes of 24 or less classic color crayons.
10 glue sticks
1 pair of blunt tip Fiskar scissors
2 black dry erase markers
2 boxes of tissues
1 large pink eraser
1 pack of #2 pencils
2 two pocket folders
1 plastic pencil box
Primary Writing Journal
1 Beach towel for rest time
*No bottled glue
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