Ms. Amy Hovermale

Phone: 919-894-7161

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BS from UNC-Greensboro AIG Certified

Ms. Amy Hovermale

 

 About me:

My love of teaching began when I was five years old.  I had two teachers who were the most influential in my school years. I have been teaching for 31 years.  The last 17 of those have been here at McGee's in 5th grade.   

I was born in North Carolina, grew up in Granville County, and have lived in Johnston County for 26 years.  I graduated from UNC-Greensboro. 
Reading is my favorite hobby and I try to instill that in my students. 

  • Class Schedule

    8:15-9:00  Homeroom/Morning Meeting
    9:00-9:50  Enhancements
    10:00-11:20   ELA Block 1
    11:20-12:40   ELA Block 2
    12:50-1:20   Lunch
    1:20-2:40   ELA Block 3
    2:40-3:10   Recess
    3:10-3:30  Daily Read Aloud
    3:35  Dismissal

     

     5th Grade Supply List:

    • 3-ring binder
    • Subject Dividers {1 Pack}
    • One 1- subject spiral notebook for Math
    • One Composition notebook for ELA (does not have to be the typical black and white marbled-any color or design is fine)
    • Loose-leaf notebook paper (throughout the year)
    • Kleenex & Paper Towels
    • Scissors
    • Glue Sticks
    • Colored pencils
    • Hand soap (regular, no special fragrances)
    • Clorox wipes/Baby wipes
    • Ziploc Bags (Gallon, Quart)
    • Fine Tip Expo Markers
    • Highlighters
    • Pencils
    • Ear buds and mouse

     

     

     

     

     

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