Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Amy Jackson
I have been a special education teacher for more than 20 years. I am from North Carolina and have taught in Taiwan, Raleigh, Asheville and for the last 10 years in Johnston County. I have two sons. My oldest son is a Social Studies teacher at ALMS. My youngest son attends college in Asheville. I received my graduate degree in Special Education at NC State, but received my undergraduate degree from UNC-Chapel Hill. I support the Wolfpack but remain a diehard Tarheel fan.
Most of my teaching experience has been in Life Skills classrooms. My passion is to teach these students to be as independent as they can. I believe that every person is capable of learning. I strive to create a classroom of love, support, kindness and high expectations.
e-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
7:00 - Arrival
7:00 - 7:30 - Breakfast in the Cafeteria
7:30 - 7:45 - Homeroom
7:50 - 8:32 - 1st Block - Math
8:36 - 9:20 - 2nd Block - Science/Social Studies
9:25 - 10:10 - 3rd Block - Language Arts
10:10 - 10:20 - snack
10:25 - 11:25 - Gym
11:33 - 12:33 - Smart Lunch with Circle of Friends
12:33 - 1:05 - Lunch in the Cafeteria
1:05 - 1:45 - Wipe tables and put up chairs
1:45 - Dismissal
Johnston County Public Schools is now offering a Substitute Teacher Temporary Incentive Pay Plan for substitutes.
At their August meeting, the Johnston County Board of Education voted 4-3 to make face coverings required indoors in all Johnston County Public Schools campuses and on all buses for students, staff, and guests. This updated mask requirement is effective immediately.