Mrs. Verna Lippincott

Phone: 910-296-1647


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science Elementary Education and Special Education Master of Education Special Education

Mrs. Verna Lippincott


On the main iPad screen,  click on the Settings icon.

Then click on WiFi.

Now you will select the WiFi network that you wish to connect to and  enter the password if needed. You should now be connected to the internet.

Next, you will login to the filter.

Click on the Safari Web Browser.

Then on the home screen, you can choose to go to any website (We used Yahoo).

This will prompt you to sign in to our Internet Filter, which you must do before you can use the internet on this device. Enter the student email address, and then click Sign In.

You will then enter the email password for the student email address and click Sign In.

Congratulations. You are now signed into the filter and will be able to access the Internet.


I am originally from New Jersey and moved to Duplin County in 2013. I obtained my Bachelor of Science Elementary Education and Special Education as well as my Master of Education Special Education at Grand Canyon University. 

This is my third year teaching but my first year at Kenansville Elementary teaching the Social Skills class. I am excited for this year. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me via email or at school.


I would first like to tell all my students that they are truly missed. I think of all of you on a daily basis! I love each and every one of you! I am here if you need any help.

For the parents, I am here to help with work as well as making some suggestions besides the online learning links on the DCS website. The suggestions do not require internet access.

-Have students write letters to friends and family.

-Have students write about something of their choice whether it is what they have done in the past, something they want to do in the future, or if you give them something to write about.

-Read aloud with your child daily for 15-30 minutes. Ask questions about the story while reading and after you finish reading the story.

-Have the students tell you or write an alternative ending to the stories you read together.

-Have the students practice multiplication facts.

-Have students practice addition and subtraction with and without regrouping.

-Have students identify penny, nickel, dime, and quarter and add and subtract money.

-Have the students help with measuring in the kitchen to use their fractions.

-Have the students help with every day chores to teach them daily living skills.

-Play board games or card games and be sure that the rules of the game are being followed.