Ms. Jackson

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Ms. Jackson

Hello! I am one of the Environmental Inquiry teachers and I am so excited to bring my love of the environment to the students here at LH!

I grew up around here and went to Cary Elementary, East Cary and graduated from Cary Senior High School! I packed my bags and went west to attend Appalachian State University for my undergrad in Elementary Education.  After that I taught K, 1st, and a 1-2 combination class in Burlington for a few years so I could attend graduate school for Reading at UNC-Greensboro. Then I headed to Charlotte where I taught 2nd and 3rd grade multi-age at Davidson Elementary. I moved to Fuquay in order to be closer to my family so I could spend time with my nephew and 5 nieces. Since I was close to UNC-CH, I decided to go to graduate school there for Mathematics! I worked at Farmington Woods IB before making the switch to LH 4 years ago.  I love our new environmental theme and am using that as an opportunity to continue my learning!

When I'm not with my friends and family you might find me at the library finding new books to read! I also enjoy spending time outside with my dogs, Winnie and Rosie. I usually have a bonus dog with me as well since I foster rescue dogs through Neuse River Golden Retriever Rescue.   

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 Ms. Stooks

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Ms. Stooks

My name is Christianne Stooks.  I am one of the Environmental Inquiry teachers here at LHECMES!  This is my 22nd year of teaching, 19 of which have been spent here at LH!  I've spent the majority of my teaching career in first grade but have also taught second, third, fifth and was the STEM coordinator. 

I live in Holly Springs with my husband and two children. I am originally from Pennsylvania and went to school in Cleveland. I am an avid hockey fan and enjoy watching my two children play ice hockey.  When I am not spending time with my family I am usually taking walks with my dog, Remington or working in the garden. I think science is a chance to spark thinking and engage students. I enjoy taking them outside and seeing their curiosity spring to life.  If ever you have expertise to offer or even just want to join in the learning please contact me at cstooks@wcpss.net.