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116 Laurel School Road, Vanceburg, KY 41179 Ph. 606 796-2214 Fax. 606 796-0805
Laurel Elementary School
116 Laurel School Road, Vanceburg, KY 41179  Ph. 606 796-2214  Fax. 606 796-0805 Mrs. Enix
Hello and welcome to my classroom page. My name is Debra Enix and I teach Preschool. I love the natural curiosity and enthusiasm for learning that our youngest students present each day. The Preschool curriculum provides optimal learning experiences that are based on developmentally appropriate practices and exploration through play, music and fun activities. I’m blessed with a great Para-Educator, Mrs. April McAdams. I’m looking forward to another exciting year in Preschool! The Preschool curriculum provides optimal learning experiences that are based on developmentally appropriate practices and exploration through play, music and fun activities.  The expectations for my  students are to have fun while gaining knowledge and independence through active participation.  
What I expect from my students:
I expect my students to have fun while gaining knowledge and independence through active participation.
Background Information: I moved to the Laurel community when I married my husband, Dale. We have two sons, Matthew and Jesse, and a daughter-in-law Amber. I am a proud grandmother of a grandson named, Parker. I’ve been working in the early childhood education realm for 18 years. I worked five years in a Head Start program before I became a certified teacher. I have an Associate of Science degree in Early Childhood Education from Maysville Community College, a Bachelor of Science with an Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education (IECE) certification from Morehead State University, and I completed the Fifth Year Program in Elementary Education (Rank II) from MSU.
I enjoy going to church and spending time with my family.
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~ “There is a brilliant child locked inside every student” ~ Marva Collins
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