Ms. Whisnant

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Ms. Whisnant

Hello everyone! The fall I will begin teaching my second year at SSS and and my third year teaching all together! I am orginally from Catawba County which is about 3 hours west of Smithfield. I moved to Smithfield in July of 2018 and have enjoyed every momeny here. I attended college at UNC Pembroke majoring in special education where I graduated in December of 2016. I began teaching for Lincoln County School in a resource and inclusion math classroom prior to moving to SSS. In my free time I enjoy going for runs and walks and hanging out with my older sister and younger brother. 

I hope everyone has a fantasic summer and can't wait to see y'all in the fall!!

 

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