Phone: 336.242.1546 ext. 5009
Degrees and Certifications:
B.A in Elementary Education M.A. in Education Administration & Supervision Ed.S in Curriculum & Instruction M.A. in Library Science
Meet Mr. Fernung!
Welcome to The Media Center @ Pickett's webpage. My name is Mr. Terence Fernung. This is my 22nd year with Lexington City Schools. I have been fortunate to teach both fourth and fifth grades, as well as serve as Assistant Principal, and now Media Coordinator. I have been married for 26 years and have two children. My oldest is married and begins her teaching career at Charles England Elementary School as a second grade teacher. My son is 16 and has 2 Black Belts in Karate. I am originally from Kokomo, Indiana. My dad retired from the United States Navy which gave me the opportunity to travel and live in different countries.
- April 14: Early Dismissal @ 11:30
- April 15: No School
- April 18-22: Spring Break
- May 9: Early Dismissal @ 11:30
- May 9-13: Buy One Get One Free Book Fair
- May 12: Field Day (K-2)
- May 13: Field Day (3-5)
- May 13: All Books Returned to the Media Center
- May 18: Reading EOG
- May 19: Math EOG
- May 24: Science EOG (5th Grade only)
- May 27: Last Day of School: Early Dismissal @ 11:30
The Media Center @ Pickett Mission Statement
The Media Center @ Pickett will function as the hub of the school in order to lead students in becoming lifelong readers and learners who appreciate and celebrate literature, themselves, and others.
The Media Center @ Pickett will support the curriculum by collaborating with teachers, developing a collection that meets the needs of all learners and is representative of the school community by implementing core instruction for students that integrates technology, research, information literacy, and digital citizenship.
The Media Center @ Pickett is committed to challenging students to become critical thinkers, communicators, collaborators, and creators as they work to be productive citizens in a global society who are equipped with the 21st century skills necessary to succeed.
It is our passion to prepare students to be future ready: to not only become independent and ethical seekers and users of ideas of information, but creators of the ideas and information.