Ms. Sandy Mullican



Degrees and Certifications:

Master's in Middle School Education in Social Studies from North Carolina State University Bachelor's in Psychology from North Carolina State University Sociology Minor from North Carolina State University

Ms. Sandy Mullican

Hi, I'm Ms. Mullican and I teach 7th grade Social Studies.

My remind code is: @smullican

My classroom Instagram username is: @MsMullican



  • Canvas Virtual Textbook for Social Studies Link


    Students will need to use their Rapid Identity Number to sign in.

    This is a 6-10 digit number and is also used for PowerSchool.

    Students and Parents can request this number through their teacher.

    Passwords are created by students.

    Passwords can be reset by Teachers.

    Parents/Guardians can see me for an observer code to monitor students' progress.

  • 7th Grade Schedule


    1st Block: 08:00 - 09:05

    MANE Time: 09:07 - 09:42

    2nd Block: 09:44 - 11:19


    3rd Block: 10:51 - 12:26


    4th Block: 12:28 - 01:33

    Elective A: 01:36 - 02:21

    Elective B: 02:24 - 03:10

    Dismissal: 03:10





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