Mrs. Kimberly Eaton

Phone: (919)359-6300

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Mrs. Kimberly Eaton

Hello Riverwood Families!

Welcome to Our Seuss-Per Room!

My name is Kimberly Eaton and this will be my 6th year teaching! I graduated from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania in 2013 and we made the best decision to move down to North Carolina in 2014. I taught in Harnett County my first 3 years and this will be my second year at Riverwood Elementary. I love being a part of the Riverwood Family!

I am married to my best friend and we have three little boys, Luke, Liam, and Landon! Luke is 6 years old and will be in 1st grade this year and Liam is 5 years old and will be beginning Kindergarten here at Riverwood! Landon is 3 years old and can't wait to come to school with us!

Teaching is my passion and is the most rewarding career. I truly love what I do! I adore being with your "babies" and seeing their faces light up when they reach the goals they set for themselves! I look forward to meeting you and I am excited to see what the year brings!

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    Arrival – 9:00

    Unpack/Morning Work

    9:00 – 10:45

    ELA/Small Group/Centers

    10:50 – 11:20

    Lunch

    11:25 – 12:30

    Fundations/Writing/

    D.E.A.R.

    12:35-1:20

    Enhancements 

    (class is split 3 ways - please refer to enhancement schedule)

    1:30 – 2:00

    Recess

    2:00 - 2:15

    Snack

    2:15 - 3:30

    Math

    3:35

    Dismissal

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