Anita Hardee Rhodes

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BA in Psychology MA in Special Education Certificates in Learning Disabilities and Mental Disabilities; also certified in middle school math and ELA and in Cross Categorical Classes

Anita Hardee Rhodes

My name is Anita Hardee Rhodes and I am an EC (Exceptional Children's) teacher at Four Oaks Middle School. This is my 26th year teaching, 23 of which was in Johnston County and 3 in Onslow County. I work with 6th grade and serve as case manager for several students. I teach math and ELA in a small group setting. I am a 1989 graduate of SJHS and a 1994 graduate of Barton College. I have a BA in Psychology and an MA in Special Education. I currently live in Four Oaks with my husband, Jody, and two children, Cam and Emma. We also have 1 dog, 4 donkeys, 17 chickens, 11 Texas Longhorn cows, 3 goats, and 3 pigs!

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