Mrs. Mary-Ashley Bass

Phone: 919-963-2165

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education (grades K-6) Reading Licensure (grades K-12)

Mrs. Mary-Ashley Bass

Hi and welcome! My name is Mary-Ashley Pollard Bass, I recently got married over the summer! I now live in Four Oaks with my husband and our three dogs. Dogs are my absolute favorite! I enjoy going on vacations, spending time with my family, watching movies, sleeping, and playing with our dogs. 
 
This is my fourth year teaching in second grade here at FOES! I graduated from East Carolina University in 2016. 
 
I look forward to the journey of learning with my students. I want to ensure that every student feels a sense of belonging and understands that we are one big family! It is my goal to ensure that my children will grow each day and enjoy learning! Please feel free to contact me at any time with any questions or concerns! 
 
 
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Favorite Color-PINK

Favorite Movie- Sweet Home Alabama/ The Notebook

Favorite Season-Fall

Favorite Drink- Dr. Pepper/ Vanilla Iced Coffee 

Favorite Candy- Peanut M&Ms, Gummy Worms

  • Class Schedule

    8:40-9:00 Morning Meeting

    9:05-10:05  Literacy Rotations

    10:05-10:35  Phonics/Fudnations

    10:25-11:00  Target Time

    11:00-11:30  Recess

    11:30-11:55  Lunch

    12:00-1:10  Math

    1:10-1:40 Whole Group/Writing

    1:50-2:20 Science/Social Studies

    2:20-3:10 Electives

    3:10-3:30 Teacher Read Aloud 

    3:30-3:45 Pack Up/Dismissal 

     

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