Mrs. Olivia Lee

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Mrs. Olivia Lee

My name is Olivia Lee.  I am from Raleigh, N.C..  I graduated from Cary High School in 1993.  I have a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education and minor in Home Economics from Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C.  This is my 16th year of teaching.  I met and married a Clayton man my first year teaching and we have three beautiful daughters.  Savannah is a senior at CHHS, Zoe is in 6th grade at ALMS, and Ivy is in first grade at River Dell Elementary.  I taught 5th grade at Cooper Elementary in Clayton in 1999-2000.  I came to Corinth-Holders Elementary in 2003 and began teaching Kindergarten.  I taught K for 5 years.  I taught 2nd grade for 4 years.  I was the RtI Coach for 2 years and the Learning Deck Enhancement teacher for 3 years.  After 15 years at CHES, I have had the wonderful opportunity to pursue my masters in library science and become the media coordinator at Archer Lodge Middle School.  I am excited about the new adventure and can not wait for what the future holds.  I truly believe I was "called" into teaching and am exactly where I am supposed to be.  

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