Ms. Lisa Caudill

Phone: 919-934-4696

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Education General Education K-6 Specific Learning Disabilities K-12 Mental Impairment K-12

Ms. Lisa Caudill

Dear Parents and Students,

I am looking forward to beginning a new school year with you.  Even though the year is not beginning as we would have hoped, I will work hard to remain accessible and easy to contact.  I know this is not easy, however believe it or not it is not easy for me either.  We will have an new adventure daily with this new platform.  I look forward to meeting all of you virtually until we can meet in the classroom in the future.  

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns by phone or email. 

Continue to take care of yourselfs and be safe!

Thank you,

Ms. Caudill

 

 

 

 My name is Lisa Caudill.  I graduated from Concord University (formerly Concord College) in Athens West Virginia in 1998, with a Bachelor of Science in Education. I began teaching in Columbia North Carolina in the fall of 1998.  After nine years, I decided to move to Johnston County.  I became a Smithfield Knight in 2007.  I have four children ages range from 22 to 4.  I enjoy spending time with my family outside and being away from technology once in awhile.  I look forward to an amzing school year and helping each of you grow personally and academically.

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