Phone: 919-934-7333 extension 5975
Degrees and Certifications:
K-12 Special Education K-12 Spanish 6-9 Math 6-9 English
Mrs. Stephanie Horsfield
My name is Mrs. Stephanie Horsfield. I grew up in Carmel, Indiana. I graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor's degree in K-12 Special Education. I am currently certified to teach K-12 Special Education, 6-9 Math, 6-9 English Language Arts and K-12 Spanish.
Directly out of college, I taught at West Lake Middle School in Wake County for 8 years. Then, I went to the country of Qatar to teach in Doha for 2 years. After that, I came to Durham to get married and taught at Brogden Middle School for one year. This 2020-2021 school year will be my third year here at West Johnston High School and my 14th year teaching. I'm excited to be here! High school is cool! I am one of two Occupational Course of Study teachers. I love helping others and love my job.
Here is my Google Classroom code for Occupational Preparation 1 that I will teach 4th block in fall 2020: b26ubpf
Here is my Google Classroom code for Extra Help in Math 1: 4shrncl
2020-2021 1st Semester Fall Schedule
1st Block: Math with Mrs. Neal
2nd Block: Planning
3rd Block: Math with Mrs. Neal
4th Block: Occupational Preparation 1 *Class code for Google Classroom: b26ubpf
I'm excited to teach you this fall!
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