Degrees and Certifications:

Omaira Plount

I am originally from The Republic of Panama, Central América. I moved to North Carolina in 1994. I earned my BS degree at the National University of Panama followed by a Master's degree. I went to ECU and earned my BS in Hispanic Studies (K-12). I am certified in International Baccalaureate (IB) Spanish B Standard Level; a language acquisition course designed for students with some previous experience of the target language and AB intro Spanish for beginners level as well.  

  • Fall 2022: 

    1st Block- Planning 

    2nd Block- Spanish 1 

    3rd Block- Spanish 1 

    4th Block- Spanish 1

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JCPS Announcements

  • 2023-2024 School Calendars Approved

    The Johnston County Board of Education approved the 2023-2024 Traditional Staff and Student Calendars at their March Board of Education meeting. 

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  • New Wellness Opportunity for JCPS Students, Staff, and Families

    Johnston County Public Schools is committed to the health, safety, and well-being of our students, staff, and families. With that in mind, we are excited to announce to you our partnership with Care Solace, a mental health care coordination service.

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  • JCPS to hold Job Fair on April 15

    Johnston County Public Schools will hold a Job Fair on Saturday, April 15 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at West Johnston High School.

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  • Updated School Nutrition Information for 2022-23

    We hope that you and your student have already noticed some of the exciting new food and  meal opportunities we are offering in our cafeterias this school year. Our new options will include more fresh produce, vegetarian options, and opportunities for students to customize their meal choice. These new offerings will be available at both breakfast and lunch. 

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  • 2022 Growth Needs Update

    Johnston County Public Schools Chief of Facilities and Construction Brooks Moore presented the 2022 Growth Needs Update to the Johnston County Board of Education at their March meeting.

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