Ms. Jodie Stallings

Phone: 919 - 965 - 3361

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Degrees and Certifications:

Sonoma State University - American Multicultural Studies Sonoma State University - Elementary Education

Ms. Jodie Stallings

Hello Everyone!

 

My name is Jodie Stallings and I am a third grade teacher at Selma Elementary.  I have been a teacher at Selma for 11 years.  Ten of those years have been teaching in third grade. I have also been part of the Dual Lanuguage program for 6 years.  Teaching and education are my true passion.  I love working with children and helping them reach for thier dreams.

I am originally from California and moved to Johnston County 11 years ago with my husband.  I love to go back California every summer to visit my family. During the summer I also spend my free time enjoying the outdoors, especially the beach.  

I am exctied to be the math coach this year at SES!

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