Mrs. Tamara Seelig

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BS from SUNY New Paltz New York AIG Certification JCS ESL Certification ECU

Mrs. Tamara Seelig

Hello! I am one of the ELL specialists here at Selma Elementary. I have worked at Selma for 15 years. I have been a teacher in Johnston County for over 25 years. It is my privilege to work with our English Language Learners in the four basic domains of Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. When I am not at school, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, reading, and shopping. I am originally from new York but moved here with my husband in 1994. I have one daughter who is in college! My husband is also a teacher in Johnston County.

 

I am super excited to be working with my students again! This year I will be co-teaching with Ms. Lopez in third grade! We have already created a strong bond with these students and will continue to work with them in acquiring the necessary grade level skills to have a great successful year. 

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