Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Rani Foscue
Hello! I want to start off by telling you a little about myself so that you can become more acquainted with the person who will love, teach, and guide your child for the next 180 days!
I graduated from N.C.S.U. in June of 1995, where I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Communication. After being a stay-at-home mother, I decided that my true passion was to be a teacher. I attended Graduate School at E.C.U. and obtained a Master of Arts in Teaching in July of 2006. This is my 15th year with Johnston County Schools, where I started my teaching career as a Substitute Teacher and Parent Volunteer. This will be my 13th year of teaching 1st grade here at R.E.S!
I can not wait to get to know you all as the year progresses. I know that we will soon become a school family as we learn and grow together! I love to make learning fun...so get ready for an exciting and brand new year!
Mrs. Foscue's Daily Schedule
12:00-12:30...Theme-Based Shared Reading (Social Studies)
12:30-2:00.....Reading Groups/Literacy Centers (Monday-Thursday)
2:40-3:00......Pack and Snack
3:00-3:30......Recess and Water Break
3:30-3:40......Drop Everything and Read
***Friday Afternoon Only: Science Lab***
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