Degrees and Certifications:
BS Physical Education and Health K-12
Mrs. Wyndy Dudley
I am a home grown Johnston County product, graduating from Clayton High School in 1989 with a volleyball scholarship to Campbell University. I graduated from CU in 1993 with a Bachelor Degree in K-12 Physical Education and Health.
My love for teaching was ignited in middle school by an awesome PE teacher and coach, Cindy Biggerstaff and in 1993 my dreams of being a teacher became reality at Meadow and Benson Elementary. I am now working towards my 27th year of teaching here at FOES and still love it just as much as day ONE!
I am blessed with 2 wonderful 20 year old twins, Caylee and Noah. Both are college juniors...UNCW and ECU and I'm one VERY proud mom! I'm also blessed with a loving and supportive husband, Greg Dudley of Benson.
My favorite sports are volleyball, soccer, and basketball, but my favorite past time is running (YES, running). Our Running Club is up and in full swing!! I am training with a select group of 3-5 graders every Thursday until 5pm. We are concetrating on all the ins and outs of competing in a 5K race. Our school is planning to host a 5K on March 21, so our Running Club will be able to compete in an offical 5K and we would love everyone to come out and support this great community event, so mark your calendars!
Hope everyone is having a great school year!!!!
Love, Mrs. Dudley
Here is a "Couch to 5K" training schedule to help you prepare for our upcoming Community Strong 5K at FOES. Let me know if you need additional information.
2019-20 Physical Education Schedule (Mrs. Dudley)
8:40-8:50 Class Preperation
8:50-9:40 5th Grade classes
9:45-10:35 Kindergaten classes
10:40-11:30 4th Grade classes
12:30-1:20 3rd Grade classes
1:30-2:20 1st Grade classes/Specials
2:20-3:10 2nd Grade classes
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THURSDAY, JULY 2, 2020
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