Mrs. Kennette Stewart

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Mrs. Kennette Stewart

 

Master's Degree in Music Education from California State University, Los Angeles

Bachelor of Arts, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Graduate of Smithfield-Selma High School

I love teaching, singing, and playing the piano, and my teaching experience spans from the Los Angeles Unified School District to Cleveland Middle School here in Johnston County.  I have been teaching at McGee's Crossroads Middle School since the school opened in 2003.

  • Regular Schedule 2017-18

     

    Planning              8:00 - 9:05

    MANE Time         9:07 - 9:42

     

    9:44 – 10:29 Seventh Grade Chorus

    10:31 - 11:16 Seventh Grade General Music

    11:16 - 11:22 Class Change between Grade Levels

     

    11:22  –  12:07  Eighth Grade General Music

    12:10   – 12:55  Eighth Grade Chorus

    Planning       12:58 - 1:33

     

    1:36 - 2:21 Sixth Grade Chorus

    2:24 - 3:10 Sixth Grade General Music

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