Mrs. Karen Williams

Phone: 919-894-6003

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.S in Middle Grades Education - UNC Pembroke Elementary Education Certification MLIS in Library and Information Studies-UNC Greensboro

Mrs. Karen Williams

My name is Karen Williams and this is my 5th year at McGee's Crossroads Middle and my 18th year in education. I previously taught 6th-8th-grade language arts, science and social studies in Wayne County and I graduated May 4th, 2018 with my Master's of Library and Information Studies Degree through UNC-Greensboro!
 
I am married and have a stepson and 1 fur baby named Boo who is definitely more than a handful!
 
I look forward to promoting my love of reading to all my students!
 
MXMS Library Website- Click the link to access the NEW MXMS Library website.

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