Phone: (919) 963 4022 ext. 3147
Degrees and Certifications:
B.M. Music Education-East Carolina University B.A. Hispanic Studies-East Carolina University
Mr. Sam Carter
I am proud to serve as the band director for Four Oaks Middle. This year will be my 5th full year at FOMS! I am originally from Raleigh and graduated from East Carolina University in 2014 with my Bachelor of Music in Music Education and started at Four Oaks in January of 2015.
Outside of school, I enjoy traveling, cooking, hiking, rock climbing, and cycling. I have visited 27 states and 5 countries, and have also visited every single NC State Park (I even have the t-shirt to show for it!). My current traveling passion is working my way through the US National Parks.
Además de mi título de música, recibí un título de español. No soy hablante nativo, pero intento comprender cuando me contacten.
7:55-8:20: Morning Duty
8:23-9:27 (1st block): Planning
9:30-10:15 (2nd block): 7th grade woodwinds/percussion (7A)
10:18-11:03 (3rd block): 7th grade brass (7B)
11:10-11:58 (4th block): 8th grade woodwinds (8A)
11:58-12:23: Lunch (8th grade)
12:28-1:13 (5th block): 8th grade brass/percussion (8B)
1:54-2:39 (6th block): 6th grade woodwinds (6A)
2:42-3:30 (7th block): 6th grade brass/percussion (6B)
To see the bell schedules for the grade levels, as well as the delay and early release schedules, click here.
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