Leah Walters



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Leah Walters

Hi!  My name is Leah Walters.  I have been working in early childhood since 2003.  I received my B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Mount Olive College, and my Birth-Kindergarten teaching license from North Carolina Central University.  I enjoy spending time and relaxing with my family and friends.  Together my husband and I have 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls.  I enjoy reading a good book (when I get a chance) and I love going to the beach!  I am very excited to be part of your child’s early learning experience, and am looking forward to a great year.

  • Pre-K Schedule


    8:20-8:45 – Arrival, Free choice in centers

    8:45-8:50 – Transitions

    8:50-9:10 – Breakfast in Cafeteria

    9:10-9:20 – Transitions

    9:20-9:50 – Outdoor Play

    9:50-9:55 – Transitions

    9:55-10:10 – Group Meeting (Discussions, story time)

    10:10-11:10 – Free play in centers/Teacher directed activities

    11:10-11:15 – Clean up and Transitions

    11:15-11:45 – Lunch in Cafeteria

    11:45-12:00 – Transitions

    12:00-1:00 – Rest/Quiet Time

    1:00-2:20 – Free play in centers/Teacher directed activities

    2:20-2:30 – Clean up and Transitions

    2:30-2:50 – Snack in the Classroom

    2:50-2:55 – Pack up for dismissal

    2:55-3:10 – Afternoon Group Meeting (Recapture our day, Second Step)

    3:00-3:30 – Outdoor Play

    3:30 – Dismissal



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