Mrs. Bridget Barnes-Brown

Phone: 919-894-3889 ext. 1447

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors in Agriculture Education (6th-12th grade) from the University of Mount Olive

Mrs. Bridget Barnes-Brown

Welcome to Mrs. Barnes-Brown's Agriculture Class 

I am Mrs. Barnes-Brown and welcome to my class. I recently got married, so I tell my students they can call me Mrs. Barnes or Mrs. Brown (whichever they are most comfortable wth). I am a graduate from the University of Mount Olive and have a bachelors degree in Agriculture Education. I am originally from a small town in Wayne County and have been actively involved in agriculture for a long time. Agriculture and teaching are two of my biggest passions along with helping others. During high school I was a member and officer for the chapter FFA and in college I was a member of our collegiate FFA and was president of our collegiate Young Farmers and Ranchers through Farm Bureau. We are excited to say that BMS now has an active FFA chapter. I will be posting upcoming dates and events on my FFA Google Classroom and on my class website. This is my fourth year teaching at BMS and as always I am super excited for the new year and my next set of students. It's going to be a GREAT year! 

 

 

 

  • Morning Duty: Buses 7:50-8:20

    Block 1: Behavior Specialist/Technology 8:25-9:30

    Block 2: Planning 9:32-10:37

    Block 3: 7th Grade 10:22-11:35

    Lunch: 11:37-12:12

    Power Block: 12:15-1:08

    Block 4: 6th Grade 1:11-2:16

    Block 5: 8th Grade 2:18-3:30

     

     

     

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