Degrees and Certifications:
Welcome to my page! I am excited that you are visiting to see what our students are learning through the year.
Just a little about me: I am a local girl; I grew up right here in Johnston County and graduated from South Johnston High School. I attended Meredith College and was honored to receive the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Scholarship. I attended Campbell University, where I received my Masters Degree in Education in 2008. In 2010, I was awarded my National Board of Professional Teaching Standards certification. This is my 17th year in the classroom as a middle school teacher. I love kids, and middle school kids are my absolute favorite!
My family and I live in the McGee's Crossroads community (for the last 13 years). We have three children: Seth, Owen, and Jane. Owen and Jane attend Johnston County Public Schools, and Seth has begun his first year of college at JCC. We have a dog and a cat, and we love Carolina basketball! Go Heels! I also love to read! Can you believe a math teacher loves to read???
I am so ready to meet all my kids and for class to start. I love math, and I love to teach kids about how I've always thought about math and how numbers have always made sense to me. Just hold on, y'all! It's going to be a great ride!
Block 1 8:23-9:27
Block 2 9:30-10:34
Block 3 10:37-11:07 (Remediation/Acceleration)
Block 4 11:10-12:25 (Elective/teacher planning time)
Lunch 11:58-12:23 (with Block 4 elective teacher)
Block 5 12:28-1:13 (Elective/teacher planning time)
Block 6 1:16-2:20
Block 7 2:23-3:30
At this time, all traditional high school graduations are still planned for May 29. Graduation ceremonies for Johnston County Early College Academy and Johnston County Career and Technical Leadership Academy will now take place on May 16th, rather than the original date of May 15th.
The Johnston County Board of Education will hold a budget work session on Tuesday, April 27. The meeting will begin at 5:00 p.m. and be held in the Evander Simpson Building in Smithfield.