Degrees and Certifications:

Missy Hodges

I graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1998 with a BA in Psychology and Sociology.   I decided I wanted to teach and began my teaching career in Johnston County at Selma Elementary.  I taught Behavior and Emotionally Disabled kids my first year and assisted in the classroom the next year.  My third year I taught kindergarten at Selma Elementary and have not left this grade yet.  I returned to school for my teaching degree and received my Masters in Education from Campbell University.    I received my National Board Certification in 2004 and in 2013 I went through the renewal process for National Board Certification.  I passed and still hold my National Board Certification. I worked in Johnston County for 8 years and Wake County for 1 year.   I went and worked at Neuse Charter school when it opened in 2007 and spent 15 years there teaching Kindergarten.  This year I decided to go back to work in Johnston County and now I’m working here at Wilson’s Mills where I went to elementary school when I was in the 3rd – 6th grade.  It is great to be back in the county and at a school I love. I live in Smithfield with my husband, Patrick, and our 2 wonderful dogs, Bo and Ellie.  I like to cook, watch TV, and read.

  • Daily Schedule


    8:25-8:45     Arrival/Unpack

                       Morning Work


    8:45-8:55      Morning Meeting


    8:55-9:00     Morning Announcements

                          (Take Attendance)


    9:00-10:30     ELA


    10:35-11:20            Enhancements

         Monday – Guidance/Technology            

    Tuesday – Art                              Wednesday – Music

           Thursday – PE                              Friday – Media


    11:25-11:55      Lunch


    12:10-12:40           RIME Time


    12:45-2:05    Math


    2:10-2:40     Recess/Snack


    2:45-3:15      ELA – Writing


    3:20-3:50    Science


    3:50-3:55     Pack Up


    3:55           Dismissal

Mrs. Hodges