Mrs. Alford

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Chemistry B.S. Forensic Science NC Teaching License: Science (9-12) Middle School Science (6-9) Middle School Math (6-9) Johnston County AIG Certification

Mrs. Alford

Welcome to Corinth Holders High School! I am a graduate of Mount Olive College with a B.S. in Chemistry and a B.S. in Forensic Science. I will be teaching chemistry and physical science this year. I am looking forward to a great year of learning! Go Pirates!

 

 

  • Fall 2019

    1st Block-Physical Science

    2nd Block-Honors Chemistry

    3rd Block-Honors Chemistry

    4th Block-Planning

     

    Spring 2020

    1st Block-Honors Chemistry

    2nd Block-Honors Chemistry 

    3rd Block-Honors Chemistry

    4th Block-Planning

     

    *Tutorials during B Lunch on Wednesday and A Lunch on Friday*

     

    All classes use Google Classroom for announcements and assignments. 

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