Phone: 919-894-7161 ext. 6618
Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. Applied Developmental Psychology M.Ed. Instruction & Learning University of Pittsburgh Certified in Elementary K-6 and EC General Curriculum K-6 with a Pre-K Add-On
Hello! My name is Mrs. Megan Skidmore and I am a Kindergarten teacher at McGee's Crossroads Elementary School. I am originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. in Applied Developmental Psychology and a M.Ed. in Instruction and Learning. After graduating I moved to Houston, Texas, where I taught First Grade and First Grade Dual Language. In 2018 my husband and I moved to North Carolina and I began teaching Kindergarten here at McGee's Crossroads. I absolutely love teaching and inspiring my students to love learning! In my spare time I enjoy reading, baking, learning Spanish on Duolingo, watching movies, and eating the many tasty meals made by my husband Tyler.
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I am so excited to begin our new year together!
Kindergarten Daily Schedule
2019-2020 School Year
8:15-8:50 Arrival/Morning work time
8:55-9:20 Morning Meeting
1:30 - 2:20 Enhancements
2:35-3:05 Writing/Science (Social Studies integrated into Language Arts)
3:05-3:15 Rest Time/Pack Up
3:20 - Dismissal
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