Phone: 919 894-3889 ext.1456
Degrees and Certifications:
Fayetteville State University Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
Miss Marilyn Bailey
My name is Miss Bailey. I am a sixth grade Social Studies and ELA teacher. I am looking forward to working with your children this year. We will be learning about ancient civilizations, how they developed, and how their contributions still impact the world today. We will visit such places as Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, China, Greece, and Rome. We will time travel back into the days during the Renaissance and the Middle Ages. We will note similarities and differences in culture and government among the civilizations. We will also be using a variety of ELA strategies to strengthen vocabulary, comprehension, writing skills, and critical thinking skills.
6th grade Virtual Plan C Schedule
8:15 - 8:25
8:30 - 9:30
9:32 - 10:32
10:39 - 11:39
11:40 - 12:10
12:10 - 1:10
Office Hours , Independent Work, Goal Setting and Tracking
1:12 - 2:12
2:19 - 3:19
3:20 - 3:30
Closing: Reflect/Goal Set
A-day Electives will be Monday and Tuesday.
B-day Electives will be Thursday and Friday.
Note: It is understood that students may not be able to attend the exact times above. Teachers will have the content available for students, but it will be the students responsibility to complete the course work outside of the designated times above and email the teacher if they will not log in for the day.
The Johnston County Board of Education approved a back to school plan at a special called session on Thursday, Sept. 25.
Progress Report dates will be shared by individual schools. It is essential to activate PowerSchool Parent Portal in order to review your child’s academic progress, school attendance, and to stay informed...
Beginning Tuesday, September 8, JCPS will operate its curbside meal service at only its elementary school sites. Students in all grade levels can receive a meal from any of the 23 elementary school sites at no cost...
Johnston County Public Schools has begun posting the number of confirmed, school-related COVID-19 cases that are reported to us by the Johnston County Health Department. This will give families and staff more information about how the pandemic is impacting the school system.