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Exceptional Children

Sharon Bond

Sharon Bond

Adaptive EC Teacher/EC Dept. Chair
BA Government/PreLaw, Campbell University
MA History, Campbell University
MEd/ Special Education, Campbell University
Exceptional Children, Not applicable to my position
George Crute

George Crute

EC Teacher and Behavioral Support Specialist
B.S. Business Administration and Management
M.Div and Linguistics, Southeastern Theological Seminary
Exceptional Children, Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th, 10th
Mr. Crute has served Franklin County schools for 10 years. He grew up in Virginia and has been living in North Carolina for over 20 years. He received his bachelor’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in Business Administration and Management and Master’s of Divinity from Southeastern Seminary. After serving 20 years in the fields of computer science, management, and ministry, Mr. Crute joined the Franklin County school system where he has had the opportunity of working with students in numerous classroom settings. Of those opportunities, working with the exceptional children has been an incredible joy of his heart. He currently serves at Cedar Creek Middle School as Teacher/Behavior Support Specialist.
Denise Puett

Denise Puett

Teacher
BA Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Special Education - General Ed, East Carolina University
Exceptional Children, 7th
Denise Puett is a Franklin County native. CCMS has a special place in her heart as both of her children were CCMS Jags. She is a special education teacher with extensive experience working with students with a range of learning disabilities. Mrs. Puett firmly believes that great educators learn and grow with their students and is thankful for the opportunity to help young minds develop and flourish.
Michael Snee

Michael Snee

Teacher
BSBA from East Carolina University
Exceptional Children, 7th, 8th
Mr. Snee attended Louisburg College and East Carolina University and received his Bachelor's degree in Marketing from East Carolina University in 1989. His previous business experience before coming to CCMS includes Director of Ticket Sales for The Durham Bulls Baseball Club, Network Management with MCI WorldCom, and Project Management with Northrop Grumman and General Dynamics. He is currently licensed to teach Exceptional Children, General Curriculum (K-12).

Antionette Thompson

Antionette Thompson

EC General (6th Grade)
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Virginia State University
Masters of Education, MA, Virginia State University/ Strayer University
Exceptional Children, 6th
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