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Ms. Victoria Fulton
Hello! I am a 2nd year teacher, originally from Danville, VA. I grew up learning in the Danville Public School System and am happy to share my love of learning life skills with the students at DPS.
While growing up in Danville, I attended Schoolfield Elementary, Forest Hills Elementary, O.T. Bonner Middle School, George Washington High School, and the Piedmont Governor's School of Science, Mathematics, and Technology. I went on to pursue an Associates Degree in Science at Danville Community College, followed by an Associates Degree in Dance, and later, my Bachelors Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on Psychology and Mathematics.
I've lived in numerous cities and counties in Virginia and North Carolina. In my journey after leaving Danville, I found a passion for teaching others how to live with great intention and developing the skills and thought processes necessary to live a fulfilling life. My goal in life is to impact the lives of others by sharing my experiences and challenging others to think critically to achieve the outcomes they aspire to get.
As I go into my 2nd of teaching, I'm looking forward to bringing my students a different perspective on learning and driving their interest in developing their sense of self, understanding, independence, and curiosity.
I have a 2 year old daughter, a dog, and numerous family members, whom I love dearly! I danced at the Meredith Gravely School of Dance for over 10 years and have a love for dance. I have a deep interest in the impact of dance therapy and how moving your body can connect you to yourself and others. I love music and have a record player that I love to sit by and listen to, as a way to unwind and relax!
by Amy Shirley Year Published: 2023 by Claire Repp Year Published: 2023 by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah Year Published: 2010
We are different, we are the same! This story takes us through the journey of two characters who find common grounds over not so common lunches. Advocating for tolerance and acceptance, we learn how to join our classmates no matter how similar or different we are from one another.