Learn. Play. Dream. Grow
My name is Annie Riddick and it is my extreme pleasure to introduce myself as your child's kindergarten teacher! This is my thirteenth year as a kindergarten teacher at Moyock Elementary School. I graduated from Currituck County High School in 2002 and continued my education at Elizabeth City State University. I originally obtained a degree in Psychology and graduated from ECSU in December of 2005.
In the summer of 2006, I traveled to New York to work at Camp Ramapo with children who suffered from extreme behavioral and emotional difficulties. This camp also consisted of children with autism. This was the most rewarding experience and helped me grow to unconditionally love all children. I returned from New York and became employed as a Community Support Associate Professional with Life Inc. I had the opportunity to meet with parents and children to set educational goals, as well as behavioral goals, to be successful in all settings. I accompanied many of these children to school and decided that I had a desire to teach.I returned to Elizabeth City State University to obtain my teaching license and received my Master's in Education from Strayer University. I hope that we can work together to make this school year successful. Kindergarten is a busy and exciting world. We will engage in many wonderful and exciting learning activities and I am excited about what we can accomplish as a parent-teacher team this year!!
Please feel free to contact me at school if you have any questions or concerns. I am open to any suggestions to accommodate the needs of your child and my students.
Annie RiddickBook bagBox of crayons (8 basic colors)Washable markersScissorsGlue sticks (10)(2)Mead Primary Journal(can be found at Food Lion or Target)Small Pencil BoxTissues (2 class size boxes)Mat for restingClorox wipesZiploc Bags (Girls bring small Ziploc bags) (Boys bring large Ziploc bags)Change of clothes labeled in a bag (Please pack 1 pair of long pants, 1 pair of shorts, 1 short sleeve shirt, 1 pair of underwear, and 1 pair of socks)