• Mrs. Carroway and family
    Michelle Carroway
    5th Grade
    B.F. Grady Elementary School


      I am so excited to be teaching at B.F. Grady this year!  I have taught here from 2005 through 2013.  I left and taught at Richlands Elementary for two years and decided to come back.  B.F. Grady is such an awesome community that I couldn't stay away anymore.  This is my nineteenth year teaching and I am open to all the adventures that will come my way this year.  I have a Master's degree in Elementary Education and am also certified in ESL.  I have attended several different colleges/universities through the years, which helped me to obtain my degrees.  I am married and have two children, one that attends East Duplin High School and one that attends B.F. Grady. 
         I absolutely love teaching and building relationships with each of my students.  I feel very fortunate to be able to help students learn new things and grow in all subject areas.  I love to share my experiences with my students and have fun while learning.  My desire is to be able to get my students to laugh and smile throughout the day.  I want each of my students to know how much I love them and support them.  I treat each child like they are my very own.  Learning is very important, but I also want my students to enjoy it at the same time!

    Class Dojo

          Parents are able to stay up-to-date with your child's behavior and activities happening in class by joining our class Dojo account.  Please see me in order to receive your parent code to join our class.  Class Dojo is a quick and easy way to communicate with all parents.  I post upcoming events, pictures of our class participating in different activities, and many personal messages concerning your child's progress.  This is also one of our school's main avenues for communicating with parents.  I hope to hear from you soon! 

    Homework Expectations

         Students have homework Monday through Thursday nights.    These activities are to review skills taught during the school day. Students are expected to read nightly for at least 20 minutes.