Pamela Nolan

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Pamela Nolan

Hello, 

This year begins my 29th year of teaching----  (I know right!). I am super excited to be back in the classroom after serving as a Teaching and Learning Coach for the past two years. I received both my undergraduate degree and my Master's Of Education in Reading from Meredith College. Even though I have taught grades as low as 1st, my passion is English/ Language Arts at the upper middle school and English 1 level. 

I have been blassed with two amazing children of my own, Joshua who graduated from Campbell University last year and Alyssa Jane who is in her senior year in the College of Nursing at ECU. They are my pride and joy. In my spare time I love traveling and listening to live music. Building relationships both in and out of the classroom is a priority for me. 

I look forward to getting to know each of you this year as we taek on 8th ELA or English 1 together! Welcom to MY HAPPY PLACE---- my classroom!

 

  • Homeroom: 8:05

    Block 1: 8:10-9:15

    PACK: 9:18-9:48

    Block 2: 9:51-10:53

    Block 3: 10:56- 12:35   **** LUNCH 11:20- 11:45 (my 3rd block only)

    Block 4: 12:38-1:40

    Block 5: 1:43-2:25

    Block 6: 2:28-3:10

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