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Elizabeth  Mihocka
Exceptional Children Resource Teacher K-5
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Subjects Taught
Math, Reading, Writing


I graduated from Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri in  December, 1980 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management.

I received my Teaching Certification from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro in the Spring of 2013. My student teaching was done at Trindale Elementary School.

I joined the faculty of Randleman Elementary School in 2013-2014 school year.


As you will see under my Biography section, teaching at an elementary school is my fourth profession.  I taught adults for 10 years in Leadership and Management Skills while working for Wachovia Bank.

I've been with Randleman Elementary School since the Fall of 2013.  I am an EC Resource Teacher, teaching K-5 in Reading, Writing and Math.  In the 2013-2014 school year, I taught primarily 4th and 5th graders.  During the 2014-2015 school year, I am teaching primarily K-2 in Reading, Writing and Math. 


Hi! My name is Elizabeth Mihocka.  The students call me "Miss Elizabeth", the last name can be rather cumbersome, for adults and chldren.  I am fairly new to Randleman Elementary and the Randleman-Asheboro area.  I moved here in 2013 from Winston-Salem, where I lived for 20 years.  While in Winston-Salem, I was a Vice-President for Wachovia Bank working in the Training and Development area.  

Prior to Winston-Salem, I lived in Charlotte, NC, working as a banker for Wachovia.

I moved to Charlotte from Staten Isalnd, New York where I lived for 10 years.  While in New York, I was a Vice President for Bond Investor's Guaranty, Inc, a Wall Street firm, working in their legal and marketing departments. I enjoyed living in New York.  The plays and musicals were marvelous.  The food was fantastic.

Before living in New York, I lived in Kansas City, Missouri and was the manager of the first Sidewalk Cafe in the Country Club Plaza. 

As you can see, teaching is my fourth profession.  I saved the best for last.