Ms. Christine Curley

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Ms. Christine Curley

I started teaching in 1992. I started my teaching career in New York. In 1996, I moved to Arizona where I taught students with exceptional needs  In 2012, I moved to North Carolina and began working in at Cleveland Elementary. I have one son. We have a cat, Nemo and two dogs, Hailey and Max. We are active in our church. We also enjoy camping and we have gone on several cruises.

    • School Supplies

    • Scissors

    • 2 Plastic folders with pockets and prongs (no picture folders) 

    • 2 Boxes of Pencils

    • 1 Package of large erasers

    • 3 Composition notebooks (no spiral; all lines)

    • 1 Pencil pouch/box 

    • Clipboard

    • Ear Buds or Headphones

    • Colored Pencils

    • Crayons (24 pack)

    • Optional : 2 boxes tissues & 1 box baby wipes

    • Wish List

    • Copy Paper

    • Colored Card Stock

    • Page Protectors

    • Kickball

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