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Ms. Kelly Bradshaw

Hello Pioneers! My name is Kelly Bradshaw and I am excited to be a part of the Pioneer Family! I am originally from Gaston County but fell in love with the Raleigh area after moving this way for college. I currently reside in Garner, NC! I attended Meredith College, Class of ´09 (go Odds!), and earned my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics and my teaching license for grades 6 -12! I am a total Math nerd who loves to teach others all the awesome things that mathematics has to offer! I began in Johnston County Public Schools in 2009. I was the NCCTM Secondary Math Teacher of the Year for Johnston County in 2012. I was a finalist for Teacher of the Year in 2018. I was also nominated in the 2018-19 school year for the National Award for Excellence in Teaching in Mathematics. I am a cat mom and have two sweet boys named Gatsby and Darcy! I am the SIT chair for IA and an active member of the Equity Committee for Johnston County Public Schools! My favorite quote for students (by Anna Taylor) is ¨Love yourself enough to set boundaries. Your time and your energy are precious. You get to choose how you use it. You teach people how to treat you by what you will and won´t accept.¨

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