Mrs. Marjorie Harris

Phone: 919-934-4696

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BS in Biology Science Teaching Certification, grades 6-8 Social Studies Teaching Certification, grades 6-8

Mrs. Marjorie Harris

Mrs. Harris grew up in Gainesville, Georgia.  She graduated from Georgia College & State University, where she received her Bachelor's degree in Biology.  She went on to earn her teaching certification after moving to North Carolina. 

Mrs. Harris has 18 years of experience as a teacher.  In that time, she has taught 6th and 7th grades Science and Social Studies.  Mrs. Harris is committed to her students and believes that a middle school education should not only include lessons in Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Studies.  Students should grow each year to become more responsible, better leaders, and more organized.  

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    CLASS SCHEDULE

    Block

    Time

    Class

    1st

    7:50 – 9:05

     Science

    2nd

    9:08 – 10:18

     Planning

    3rd

    10:21 – 11:01

    Overtime 

    4th

    11:04 – 12:44

    Science 

    Lunch

    11:35 - 12:00

     

    5th

    12:47 – 1:57

    Science

    6th

    2:00 – 3:15

    Science 

     

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