About Teacher

Mrs. Kelly Nolan

Phone: 919.963.2165

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Degrees and Certifications:

Certificate in Instructional Technology Facilitation North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC Teacher Education Courses University of Phoenix, Tempe, AZ Elizabeth City State University, Elizabeth City, NC Bachelor of Arts in Psychology North Carolina Wesleyan College, Rocky Mount, NC Graduated Magna Cum Laude and on the President’s Honor List

Mrs. Kelly Nolan

 

     In 2007 I graduated from North Carolina Wesleyan College as an adult education learner, with great honor, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. It was here, through a generous offering of education courses, that I discovered my passion for teaching. Through the encouragement and inspiration of my teachers at Wesleyan, I have been teaching since 2008. I taught first and second grades for many years. In 2013 I made the leap to become an instructional technology facilitator. 

    I came to Johnston County in 2014. I am very happy to be at Four Oaks Elementary to help students and teachers integrate technology in a meaningful way every day. In 2016, I completed my certifcate in Instructional Technology through NC State University. My mission is to share technology experiences with students and teachers so that they may accomplish their educational goals and redefine their learning experience. I hope to inspire and nurture student's love of learning.

     My wonderful husband, daughter and son are so supportive and keep me going every day! Their love of me and my passion for education inspires and motivates me.  

 

 

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    Students and teachers from across the district will be showcasing their latest work at a special Innovation Expo on May 31. Individuals interested in participating in this event should submit a proposal online by May 1...

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