Maggie Pearce

Maggie Pearce is a student at Appalachian State University and will graduate in December with a degree in adapted special education. After completing her student teaching in Wake County this fall, she plans to remain in North Carolina to teach students with significant disabilities. She attended Hunter Elementary, Ligon Middle, and Saint Mary’s School in Raleigh.

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