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Mrs. Shaver

I teach 3rd grade math and science. I have taught grades 3-6 previously in Wake and Granville Counties. I received my bachelor’s degree in education with a minor in psychology and math from Western Carolina University. I have taught here at FOES for six years. My Husband and I have two beautiful daughters (ages 3 and 6). I grew up in Johnston County schools and love being here in Johnston County. I also love being here at Four Oaks Elementary School and look forward to many more wonderful years here!

  • Have a great summer!

     

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    Schedule

    8:40-9:00 Morning Meeting
    9:00-9:30 SWARM
    9:30-11:30 Block 1
    11:30-12:00 Recess
    12:00-12:25 Lunch

    12:30-1:20 Electives
    1:30-3:30 Block 2
    3:30-3:50 Dismissal 

    “Why fit in when YOU were born to STAND OUT!” ~Dr. Seuss 

    “I will let them be little, fill their hearts with laughter, help them grow wings, nurture their sense of wonder, inspire them to believe, and love them like there’s no tomorrow!” ~Julie King

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