Ebinger, Shelley (2nd grade)

B.A. in Elementary Education K-6, University of South Florida

Associate of Arts Degree, Hillsborough Community College 

Hello, My name is Shelley Ebinger! I’m very excited to be back at Woodfin this year! I have been an elementary teacher for 13 years. I moved to Asheville, North Carolina 4 years ago with my husband and daughter from Florida. I was born and raised in the Tampa, Florida area and even though I loved living near the beach in Ruskin, Florida my family was ready for a change from the heat. My husband and I have always wanted to live near mountains and in a cooler climate which is what brought us to the Asheville area. We love living here! I enjoy time with family, reading, nature (sometimes from indoors). I am a vegetarian and LOVE french fries and Dr. Pepper! I love animals but do not currently have any pets. I am looking forward to getting fish soon which will be new for me. 

I am honored to be your child’s teacher and I look forward to getting to know them and you. Communication is very important, notes, messages through Seesaw, and emails are usually the easiest way to communicate with me. Expect my first contact via. phone/email in the next few days, and we will move with further communication from there. Our digital platform will be Seesaw. Seesaw will be my primary method of parent-teacher communication with you. I will send invites for this later in the week when I have everyone’s emails. Don't worry! I will guide you step by step. More information will be shared in the coming days.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me by note, email, or calling the school office at 828.232.4287 at any time.

It's going to be a great year!

Mrs. Ebinger’s  2nd grade school supply List 2021 -2022

What to bring to school for the 2 in person days:

Backpack (no wheels)

Student ipad with cord (charged)

Water Bottle with water (school water fountain not in use)

3 Journals: reading/writing, math, science/social studies (composition notebooks preferred over spirals)

3 folders (reading, math, science/social studies)

2 pairs of earbuds or headphones-(personal pair for your child)--best price at dollar store

Colored pencils or crayons


Glue stick

Supply box (preferred over pencil pouch)

Keep at home:

Personal pencil sharpener (with lid that keeps shavings inside)

2 packs of pencils (at least 24)

Optional supplies:

Erasers (rectangle shape) 



Dry-Erase Markers

Classroom donation wish list: 

sticky note pads

cardstock paper

Dry erase markers

notebook paper 

Ticonderoga Pencils (better quality and much easier to sharpen)