Mrs. Lauvray

Phone: 919-553-7113

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

-North Carolina State University, BA Sociology, 1996. -East Carolina University, Elementary Education Certification, 2008 -Campbell University, AIG Certification, 2012

Mrs. Lauvray

I am from Durham, NC.  When I graduated from High School, I moved to Raleigh to attend North Carolina State University… GO WOLFPACK!  After graduation, I worked for a few years and decided that I had to pursue my passion to become a teacher.  I attended East Carolina University, where I received my certification to teach Elementary Education.

 This will be my eleventh year teaching and my fifth year teaching at West Clayton.  I taught second grade for four years and this will be my first year in fifth.

I live in Clayton with my husband Jeff and two children.... Andrew and Emma. Andrew is 13 and  Emma is 11.  Both of them attend Riverwood Middle School. 

Follow our classroom on Twitter @Kjwilkie72

 

 

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    Daily Schedule:
    8:20-9:00- Arrival and Morning Work
    9:00-9:20-Morning Meeting
    9:25-9:55 - Recess
    10:00-10:50-BEP
    11:05-11:35-Lunch
    11:45-1:30-ELA /SS

    1:30-3:35- Math/Science
     

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