Mrs. Sheila Lambert

Phone: 252-514-6420


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor in Science Elementary Education Reading License K-12th grade

Mrs. Sheila Lambert

Hi!! My name is Sheila Lambert and this will be my 13th  year of teaching.  I taught Kindergarten for one year, first grade for 9 years and fourth grade for three years. I am looking forward to a great 2018-2019 school year.

Here's a little about me: I am a New Bern native. I was born and raised here and attended Brinson Memorial, H.J. MacDonald, and NBHS. I was also a cheerleader at H. J. MacDonald and NBHS and still enjoy going to football games and cheering on my Alma Mater. Go BEARS!!! I am married and have three children unless you include my husband who is also a kid at heart. My oldest son, Lee, lives in Utah with his beautiful wife,  Missie and  my beautiful grand daughter, Rylee Elizabeth, who turned four years old on June 25th. He works in Civil Service on Hill Air Force Base .  I love being a Mimi. My youngest son, Tyler graduated from UNC-Wilmington in December 2016 and is an Accountant at South Tech (his first "big boy job" as we like to call it) in Wilmington. He enjoys going to the beach and hanging out with his friends. We are so proud of him.   My daughter, Brooke, will be a Super Senior in high school/ college at the Early College East and Craven Community college.  She enjoys reading, hanging out with her friends and of course, surfing the web. I also have three dogs, a walker hound, Grace, a miniature dachshund, Bailey and a basset hound, Gator. So needless to say I have a very busy household. 

It is my hope that you and I can work together as a team to give your child a great school year.  I have found over my thirteen years of teaching that when a parent and teacher work side-by-side that students have a more successful year.  Please know that I am hear to educate your child in all aspects (educationally, socially, emotionally, and behaviorally).  I am very much a communicator and will keep informed of all aspects of your child's school life.  I do not consider my children a score!  My goal is to make sure your child is growing at THEIR developmental level.  Growth is the most important thing and not "being on a certain level."  My biggest joy is to watch my students grow in all aspects. 

I look forward to working with you this school year and teaching and loving your child.