Phone: @letticia_palmer

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Degrees and Certifications:

Fayetteville State University- B.S. in Elementary Education K-6 and 9-12 History; Grand Canyon University- Master of Education in Administration, Curriculum and Instruction in Reading and Special Education Certifications- Principal K-12; Elementary Education K-6; History 9-12; Reading K-12

Ms. Letticia Palmer

Ms. Palmer is currently a 25th year seasoned teacher. She teaches second grade at Powell Center for Play and Ingenuity. Ms. Palmer taught in Guilford, Cumberland, and Northampton County schools before coming to Wake County. She has taught Kindergarten through Fourth grades. Second grade is where she loves to teach. Ms. Palmer believes it is necessary to build a solid foundation in the early elementary grades so students can be successful in upper elementary.

Ms. Palmer is currently working on a Doctor of Education degree in Literacy and Reading at Capella University. In her spare time, she spends time with her daughter, who graduated from NC A&T State University. Her daughter is now pursuing another degree in Nursing. Ms. Palmer also loves to travel and spend quality time with her friends.

My Play-losophy:

There is power in play. Give students the chance to show you their ability to use the power of play to be successful students.

Phone: @ms_thompson304

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Degrees and Certifications:

North Carolina State University - Bachelor of Psychology North Carolina State University - Master's in Elementary Education

Miss Roxanne Thompson

Ms. Thompson is a born & raised North Carolinian. WCPSS schools provided Ms. Thompson an education, elementary through high school! She then moved onto NC State University where she received an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a Master's in Elementary Ed. Ms. Thompson lives in Raleigh with her fiancé, 2 cats, snake, and aquarium. Ms. Thompson's hobbies include: everything nature, coloring, napping, reading, drinking coffee, and spending time with her favorite people.

My Play-losophy:

Play allows all of us to view everything we do differently. Play encourages out-of-the-box thinking. Play encourages laughter, smiles, friendship, and teamwork. What could be better than that?

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Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Anthony Scialabba