Degrees and Certifications:
BS in Elementary Education from Appalachian State University
Mrs. Amanda Huddleston
Meet Mrs. Huddleston:
Welcome to Second Grade! My father was in the Air Force and was stationed in Japan. That's where I was born on July 4. He was a teacher for many years and then a principal. He is now retired. My parents live in the mountains in Ashe County. When I was growing up, we lived many places, but my favorite was when we lived in Boone. I still love the NC mountains and am glad that my parents live there. I went to college at Appalachian State University. This is my 24th year at West Clayton and my 23rd year in second grade. I have been married for 28 years. We have a 24 year old son, Matthew. He is attending NC State University studying meteorology. We have two beagles named Lizzy and Freddy. In my free time I love to read. My two favorite authors are Nicholas Sparks and Danielle Steel. I love to collect angels, snowmen, and flip-flops.
Favorite Vacation Spot: NC mountains
Favorite Colors: pink and purple
Favorite Food: Mexican
Favorite Sport: basketball
Favorite Team: UNC Tarheels
Mrs. Huddleston's Schedule: 2019-2020
8:20-8:50 arrival, morning work
8:50-9:20 morning meeting
9:20-9:30 check morning work
9:30-10:15 whole group literacy
10:15-11:15 small group literacy
11:15-12:00 writing workshop
2:40-3:15 math small groups/science/social studies
3:15-3:35 pack, snack, read aloud
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