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.
2019-2020 Mrs. Bennett's Supply List
Pencil pouch ( No boxes please)
1 pack of pencils
1 box of crayons or colored pencils
1 pair of personal headphones or earbuds
Wish List For Classroom:
Ziplock bags ( any and all sizes)
Plastic Sheet Protectors
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