Degrees and Certifications:
BA Psychology Masters of Education Masters of Library Science AIG and EC Certified
Mrs. Leta Woodall
Selma Elementary School has been a part of my life since I first walked through the doors of the old three story building as a Kindergarten student in 1983. I attended Smithfield-Selma Middle School, and then graduated from Smithfield-Selma High School in 1995. After graduating from North Carolina State University, I moved back to my hometown of Selma. Principal Jerry Stevens offered me a job as a teacher here at Selma Elementary in December of 1998. During that time I decided to further my education by attending Campbell University where I received a Masters of Education in 2002. I taught first grade and kindergarten, and I have also worked with the Exceptional Children's Department as a resource teacher after receiving AIG and EC certification in 2005. I became the K-2 Media Coordinator in 2006, which allowed me to work part-time and still enjoy time at home with my own children. I became the full-time Media Coordinator in 2007, and shortly after completed the Library Science program through East Carolina University.
Please let me know if I can ever be of assistance to you. I want teachers, students, parents, and community members to always feel welcome in our library!
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