Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Melissa Moskauski
My name is Melissa Moskauski. I was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I graduated from Temple University and taught in Philadelphia for five years before relocating to North Carolina. I have taught for fourteen years in North Carolina with eleven years teaching the third grade. Third grade is my absolute favorite!! I love being a part of the Riverwood Elementary School family. I am the science and social teacher, and cannot wait to share these passions with my new group of students! My husband, a middle school math teacher, and I have been married for fourteen years. We have two amazing daughters! Jordanna is a fourth grader, and loves being a Riverwood Ram! Our youngest daughter Presley is in the first grade. In my free time, I love spending time with my family, walking and reading a good book! Looking forward to another fabulous school year with you and your family!
Welcome Third Graders!
9:00-10:30 Block 1: Science and Social Studies with Mrs. Moskauski
11:00-12:30 Block 2: Reading and Writing with Mrs. Smith
1:05-2:30 Block 3: Math with Mrs. Colvin
There are 7 enhancements this year!
Day 1 P.E. STEM (new this year! Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
Day 2 Media (bring your library books to return)
Day 3 Technology (bring your headphones)
Day 4 Music
Day 5 REACH
Day 6 Art
Day 7 P.E. (wear tennis shoes!)
**Classroom Wish List: postage stamps for our U.S.A. postcard exchange and pen pal program.
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