Mrs.  Amber Carter

Phone: (919) 934-4696

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

**North Carolina State University Bachelor of Science in Science Education-c/o '13 **Fayetteville Technical Community College Associate in Science-c/o '07

Mrs. Amber Carter

 

Have a Wonderful Summer and Stay Safe #Go Knights

 

Hello Students and Parents:

I would like to introduce myself and welcome you to 6th grade science here at Smithfield Middle School. You will explore Earth, Physical, Life, and Chemistry this year.  This year will be my 8th year teaching 6th grade at SmMS. I love science and hoping that I can infill the love in the students as well. I have been married to my husband for nine years, and we have a daughter and son. What I love is music-instrumental, studying science, sports, and what ever interest I see. 

  • Science Live Sessions: M-F from 10:30-11:15- 6th Grade Google Classroom: mme2n6i

     

    Virtual Office Hours are M-F from 12:45-1:30. If you have any questions feel free to email me.

     

    Overtime Sessions: from 1:30-2:15. Access Mrs. Carter Science Google Classroom for all the latest updates on Overtime: kjytbsr

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    If you have twitter follow any updates  through my twitter page: @ALCtwin2

     

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    Class Schedule

     

    Block

    Time

    Class

    1st

    8:05- 9:10

    6th Science

    2nd

    9:13-10:18

    Planning

    3rd/OT

    10:21-11:06

    Remediation 

    4th

    11:09- 12:46

    6th Science/Lunch

    5th

    12:49-1:54

    6th Science

    6th

    1:57- 3:05

     6th Science

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