Mrs. Amanda Busillo - Math and Science
This year I teach 6th grade magnet math and science. I am partnered with Ms. Snyder who teaches ELA and Social Studies.

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I graduated with my Bachelor's Degree from The University of North Carolina Wilmington.  I have my Master's Degree in Teaching Science and Mathematics from the College of Charleston. I continue to take classes and workshops to keep my teaching up to date!  You never stop learning! I am looking forward to spending this exciting year with your child. The key to a successful year is a strong communication between the teacher, parents, and students. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

Facts about Ms. Bolton

  • I grew up in Portland Oregon and Titusville Pennsylvania
  • My family now lives in Oregon, Hilton Head Island, Charlotte and Charleston.
  • I have two dogs Eli and Reily
  • I love to travel, some of my favorite spots include, Italy, Turkey, South America, The Galapagos Islands and Africa.
  • I love to hike, camp, and get dirty!
  • I love to be on the water (paddle boarding, skiing, boating, you name it.)
  • My favorite color is green.
  • I am allergic to wheat – That’s right I can’t eat bread!
  • I love to dance and sing off key.
  • I crave Starbucks and Haribo Gummy bears all the time. 
  • I love to paint and draw in charcoal.
  • I am a huge Gamecocks fan!
  • I love teaching!

*What's most important to me:  My family and that people show respect for others.

* If money were no object:  I'd travel to every continent and as many countries as possible and help as many charities as I could.

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I offer tutoring by appointment directly after school. Please email or text me to set up an appointment.  Please keep in mind that I may have more than one child scheduled at a time. I can help you with anything you need, or if you just need a quiet place to work you are welcome in my room.

Many of my students are very nervous about math. It isn't really that they don't know how to do problems, but mostly that they don't know where to start.

Doing math is like eating an elephant -it is only possible one bite at a time. Break big problems into smaller parts. The small parts are usually easier than trying to find an answer in one step.

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