Ms. Amy Eads

Phone: (919)553-7113

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BA Child Psychology, Hollins University Certification in Elementary Education (K-6)

Ms. Amy Eads

Hometown: Blacksburg, VA

Education & Experience: Hollins University
 I've taught both Kindergarten and 2nd grade. This will be my seventh year teaching 2nd grade, and my 5th year at WCES!

My Family: I have two boys. Adam is in 10th grade at Clayton High School and loves to collect sports cards. Wesley is in 9th grade. He enjoys playing basketball. I moved to Clayton in 2001 from Cookeville, TN.

My Hobbies: reading, walking/hiking, and exploring the small towns in the mountains and along the coast

Favorite Sport: Cary Invasion Basketball! (I also enjoy a good Carolina Panthers football game!)

Favorite Color: Blue

Favorite Stores: Target, Staples, Pauper's Books

Other Favorite Things: Fall, my screened porch, libraries, sticky notes, any kind of coffee, and Nature Valley Biscuits with Almond Butter

 

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