Mrs. Michelle Moose

Phone: 919-455-4878

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Special Education -ECU Highly Qualified for Middle School Math

Mrs. Michelle Moose

2019-2020 School year- I graduated from ECU with a degree in Special Education. I have two children, my son is studying Computerized Machining at Johnston Community College and my daugher is Studying Communication at Appalachian State. 

This year I am excited to have the opportunity of working along side a wonderful staff at Smithfiled Middle School. I will be teaching resource and inclusion math for 7th and 8th grade.
Please let me know by phone, note or email of any concerns that may come up during the school year. 
I would rather be proactive instead of reactive in making every child's  school year a successful event in their life's.

  • CLASS SCHEDULE

    Block

    Time

    Class

    1st

    7:50 – 9:05

     7th grade inclusion Math

    2nd

    9:08 – 10:18

     Planning

    3rd

    10:21 – 11:01

    Overtime 

    4th

    11:04 – 12:44

    7th grade inclusion Math 

    5th

    12:47 – 1:57

    7th grade Resouce Math 

    6th

    2:00 – 3:15

    8th grade Resouce Math 

     

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