Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Stephanie Lofink
Mrs. Lofink was born and raised in San Diego, California. At 23, she met and married a sailor, and together they traveled and lived in many interesting places. While living in Hawaii, she earned her teaching certification, and made plans for their move to North Carolina. Mrs. Lofink has been involved with teaching children in Johnston County as a classroom teacher, and now serves as the STEM teacher for BES.
The kids have been working hard building with KNEX and have shown teamwork and a growthmindset.
Some of their comments from their experience are as follows:
I learned how to take turns. I learned how it is ok to not get it, but always try again and have a growth mindset. I learned working with a friend is better than working alone. I learned to share. I wish to be a master builder of KNEX. I learned that if you work together it is better. I wish I could have KNEX at home. I learned to have fun and NEVER give up. I liked when I made the house because it was challenging. I liked the way how we did teamwork. I learned you can build anything with KNEX. I learned to help my partner.
KNEX and Keva Blocks are available on Amazon.com and promote imagination and critical thinking.
Johnston County Public Shools invites students and parents to come learn more about interesting options for high school students. The Information Nights will be held in the Smithfield-Selma High auditorium on Jan. 30 and Feb. 6 ...
The Johnston County Board of Education has hired the North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) to help facilitate its search for the next superintendent of Johnston County Public Schools (JCPS)....
The application window all JCPS Innovative School Programs will open Dec. 1. The district offers programs for high school and middle school students...