Mrs. Holly Barbour

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B.S. Elementary Education Licensed: K-6 Elementary Ed K-12 Reading

Mrs. Holly Barbour

My name is Holly Barbour. I am so excited to be your child's teacher this year! 

I am a graduate of East Carolina University (Go Pirates!) with a degree in elementary education and an add-on certification for reading K-12. I live in Benson with my husband Blake and our two sons Lucas and Liam. Lucas will be in third grade this year at McGee's and Liam will be turning 3! In my free time I enjoy reading, swimming, going to the beach, watching movies and spending time with my family. 

I am excited and honored to get to share in your child's third grade year. I hope to help all of my students make wonderful memories and develop a deep love of learning. Please feel free to email, call or Dojo message me at anytime with questions. 

It's going to be a good year in room 201! 

 Classroom Wishlists

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Classroom Wishlists

Linked below are our classroom wishlists. One of the lists contain supplies and items that help make student's everyday learning environment run more smoothly as well as add in some fun while learning. Our second list is a book wishlist. This list contains the books we as a class would like to add to our classroom library. 

Anything you donate will be greatly appreciated, well used and well loved. Thanks for stopping by our wish lists!

Classroom Wishlist: Click HERE

Book Wishlist: Click HERE

 

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