Mrs. Laurie Weldon, Ed.S

4th Grade Teacher
Phone: 334.567.4323
Mrs. Laurie Weldon


I was born and raised in rural north Alabama. I grew up on a small black angus farm. Farming was a family tradition handed down generation to generation. Both sets of my grandparents farmed. It was from them that I learned hard work and determination as well as honesty and empathy. These traits shaped me growing up and would continue being the foundation for my beliefs and value system. I had always planned to attend Auburn University. After graduation, I packed up and moved south. I chose to marry and raise my children in Wetumpka. I am married to LTC Wes Weldon, we have three beautiful girls (Mabrey, Aubrey & Wren) that keep us busy. They are always challenging us to see things in new ways and to explore life beyond limits. We embrace the chaos. My hobbies include kayaking, hiking, camping, traveling, reading, and spending time with my family. 


Bachelor of Arts Communications/Spanish Auburn University

Bachelor of Science Elementary/Early Childhood Auburn Montgomery

Master of Education Auburn University

Education Specialist Auburn University

Supply List:

3 Packs Pencils #2

4 Glue Sticks

1 Pair Scissors

1-24 Crayola Crayons

1-Colored Pencils

1 Pack Yellow Highlighters

1 Zipper Pouch

2 Composition Notebooks

1 Pair Headphones

1 Pencil Sharpener w/ Lid

4 Plastic Folders w/ Pockets and Prongs

(red, green, yellow, blue)

Wish List:

White Card Stock

White Copy Paper

Clorox Wipes

Lysol Spray


Paper Towels



7:50 Reading

9:20 Writing/Grammar
9:50 Tier II ELA 

10:10 Snack

10:20 Math

11:15 Tier II Math

11:35 Science

12:20 Lunch Window Begins (Alabama History will be a staggered start for each group)

 12:21-12:46 Weldon and Dennis

 12:26-12:51 Mixson and Burdell

 12:30-12:55 Rogers and Stewart

12:55 Alabama History

1:40 P.E.

2:25 Digital Literacy

2:45 Dismissal

Classroom Management

Procedures for Violation of the Code of Conduct

Step 1: A teacher-student conference

Step 2: Teacher notification of discipline problems to parent/guardian and teacher designated consequence.

Step 3: The administrator may assign the student to one day of detention or to counselor intervention, whichever they deem appropriate. 

Step 4: Referral to administration as a Class II Offense (BA-Habitual Class I Offences)

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