Phone: 919-553-7113 ext. 5849
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Mrs. LaChandle Nowling
My name is LaChandle Nowling, and I am so excited to be partner with you in helping your child to grow academically, socially and emotionally this year. I am originally from High Point, NC. I received my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from NC A&T State University and my Masters in Education from Regent University. I have been in the educational field for over 15 years. This is my second year at West Clayton Elementary School, and I love being a part of the WCES team! My husband Melvin and I have resided in Clayton since 2002. We are the proud parents of 3 amazing boys, Micah (16), Myles (14) and Matthew (10), all of whom have attended WCES. In my spare time I enjoy reading, crocheting, spending time with my family, and singing on the praise team at my church. I am looking forward to a great year with you and your child!
A little more about me...
BIRTHDAY: October 18th
FAMILY: Melvin (husband), Micah(16), Myles (14), Matthew (10).
EDUCATION: BA Psychology, M.Ed
FAVORITE COLORS: Purple, gray and mustard yellow
FAVORITE SNACK: Smart50 Sea Salt Popcorn
SWEET TREAT: Dark Chocolate Almonds; Reese´s Peanut Butter Cups. Twizzlers, and Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
FAVORITE DRINK: Cherry Coke Zero
HOBBIES/INTEREST: Reading, crocheting, singing on the Praise Team at my church, baking, and spending time with my family.
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