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Classroom Number: 123
School Phone:
940 825-3151
Conference Time:
11:15-12:00
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Lauren McCoy

Name:
Lauren McCoy

Title:
Special Education

Email:
lauren.mccoy@noconaisd.net

Work Phone:
940 825-3151

Conference Times:
11:15-12:00

Class Room Number:
123


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Educational History:

I am a proud graduate of The Ohio State University, Cum Laude, with a major in English Literature.

Educational History:

I am a proud graduate of The Ohio State University, Cum Laude, with a major in English Literature.

Current Position:

I am new to Nocona Elementary School with a start date of January 6, 2017.  I work in the Resource Room teaching Math, Language Arts, and Reading.

Previous Position:

Prior to moving to Montague, I worked in the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District for 20 years.  I worked at the administration building, then moved to Dove Elementary School where I was the Administrative Assistant to the Principal for two years before I began teaching.  I have been teaching for 17 years, both at Dove Elementary School and Grapevine Middle School, where I taught Resource Reading, Writing, and Math.

Family Information:

I have been married to my wonderful husband David for 36 years and we have three grown children.  My daughter Chelsea and her husband have five kids, including twin boys born in December of 2016.  My daughter Kelly has two children as well, making me the doting Nana to seven precious kids.  My son Dylan is married; he and his wife have not yet had children.  All three of my children reside in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area.  My husband and I have two Rat Terriers, an Australian Shepherd puppy, plus eight chickens, four goats, and two Brangus cows.  Needless to say, living in Montague is vastly different from living in Grapevine!

Personal Information:

After spending the past few years in the middle school setting, I have really enjoyed coming back to elementary school.  Many of the students I see are very eager to learn, which is refreshing.  I am working on fostering that desire to learn in all of my students.  When I am not at work I enjoy reading and remodeling our home in Montague.