Mrs. Bennett's Office hours:
Monday/ Wednesday 1 pm -2 pm
Tuesday/Thursday 11 am -12 pm
During this time I will be available to answer any student's questions via Google Meet, email or phone.
Students will be receiving an email with access to my google classroom which will have activities for the students to work on for building skills, review or mindfulness breaks.
If you need to reach Mrs. Bennett you can leave her a voice mail or email her at Nikolebennett@johnston.k12.nc.us.
I have also sent up a Facebook page with daily tips and ideas. Check out Mrs. Bennett the Feelings Teacher!
Degrees and Certifications:
Special education Degree from ECU with a Reading instruction license
Mrs. Nikolette Bennett
This will be my 8th year of teaching in Johnston County Public School. I am so excited to be starting my second year here at Four Oaks Elementary. Last year was full or learning and growth for me and my students. I love working with all grade levels of kiddos and different subjects!
I moved to North Carolina from Illinois in 2003 with my husband and we love the weather! I am a graduate of ECU with a degree in Special education. I spent 7 years working at West Johnston high school as a teacher’s assistant and 6 at West Smithfield as a Special Education teacher in the Behavior/Emotional Disorder classroom. My husband works at West Johnston High School, he is the Lady Wildcat Basketball & Softball Assistant Coach and he teaches in the Math Department. My husband and I enjoy spending time with our two dogs in our non-teaching time together.
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