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Mrs. Caren Thomas
Have a safe, happy, and healthy Summer!!!
Keep your brain strong by continuing to read each day!!!
My name is Caren Thomas and I am so happy to be your child's Second Grade teacher! This is my eighth year at MCES and my fifth year as a Second Grade teacher. I absolutely LOVE teaching this grade level!
I received my teaching certification from East Carolina University. My husband and I are originally from New Jersey, but moved to North Carolina in 2005. We live in Archer Lodge with our boys. Our oldest son, Jacob, is 23 and a recent graduate of UNCW. He now has a successful career and is living in Charlotte. We are so proud of him! We also have 11 year old identical twin boys, Justin and Breyden, that are new middle schoolers this year. They are our energetic, funny, smart, Mario and Luigi loving boys!
I look forward to partnering with you to make this a successful year for your child. Let's make this a fun learning experiencing!
A few of my favorite things:
Things to do: Beach, Reading, Movies, Making Family Memories
Color: Purple, Pink, Aqua
Food: Pizza, Anything Italian
Treats: Chocolate, Diet Mt. Dew
Restaurants: Carraba's, Bahama Breeze
Books: Love you Forever, Charlotte's Web
If at any time you need to contact me, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
My contact number is (919)894-7161.
The best time to reach me is during my planning (2:35 - 3:25)
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