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Hello! I'm new to Carmel Elementary this year, teaching 2nd grade. This will be my fifth year of teaching, all within CMCSS. I am originally from the Atlanta area in Georgia and graduated from Harding University in Arkansas. Outside of school, I enjoy cooking, crafting with my Cricut, and working out. Diet Coke and coffee keep me going.
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This is the mandated district supply list. I have gone through and indicated items you DO NOT NEED to purchase, as I have plenty on hand. Below the mandated list, you will find a "Wish list" based on the needs in our classroom.

2 dozen #2 yellow pencils (Ticonderoga are Excellent!)
6 glue sticks 
1 plastic school box
1 large box of tissues
3 plastic 3-prong pocket folders (solid color preferred)
1 package of anti-bacterial wipes
1 package of 4 dry erase markers
3 packages of wide rule loose leaf paper (1 package ONLY
1 wide rule hardbound composition notebook
1 wide rule spiral notebook

1 box marker

1 bottle of hand sanitizer


1 (4 oz.) bottle liquid glue (NOT NEEDED)

2 yellow highlighters (NOT NEEDED)

1 plastic 12 inch (with centimeters) ruler (NOT NEEDED)

2 boxes (24 count) crayons (NOT NEEDED)

1 pair scissors (NOT NEEDED)

Suggested Items that we will use everyday:

1 inch Binder

1 package of tabbed dividers

Ear buds or headphones for laptop (not Bluetooth)

Ream of copy paper (any color)

1 water bottle (Water fountains are currently turned off, due to COVID)



Post it notes (any size any color)

extra 3 ring Binders and Divider Tabs 

page protectors

paper towels


*Some of these supplies will not last all year and will need to be replaced from time to time. Any extra cleaning supplies you can get your hands on will be VERY appreciated.

I genuinely think school should be a fun place, where kids encourage one another, and feel safe and free to try new skills. We listen when others speak, do our best, and treat each other with respect.