Ms. Melissa Carrasquillo

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Ms. Melissa Carrasquillo

 

Ms. Melissa Carrasquillo ("Ms. C")

Hello! I teach grades 9-12 here at NJHS. I came to NJHS at the beginnig of the 

2018-2019 school year after teaching in Wayne County for 12 years. 

Before I received my teacheing license, I was a social worker for 16 years. 

I received my BSW from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale.

I lived in Illinois,Arkanasa and Ohio before moving to North Carolina in 1998.

I received my teaching license in 2006. I have a daughter who attends ECU.

a son who is soon to be a Junior in High School and a sweet Lab mix, Jagger.

I  am lookingforward to the 2020-2021 school year!!

We got this!!!

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