Degrees and Certifications:
- Clayton High School Teacher of the Year 2018-2019 - Bachelor of Science in Birth through Kindergarten - Masters of Education in Birth through Kindergarten Education; Adult and College Teaching Specialty - B-K Teacher Certification - K-6 Teacher Certification - FACS Teacher Certification
Ms. Rachel Langdon
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I am in my sixth year teaching Family and Consumer Sciences at Clayton High School, and in my eleventh year teaching overall.
Previous to teaching FACS at the high school level, I taught special education and first grade at local elementary schools.
I am the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) adviser for Clayton High School. FCCLA is the only student organization with the family as the focus, and it is the ultimate leadership experience!
I am a graduate of East Carolina with both my undergraduate and graduate degrees in Birth through Kindergarten Education, with a specialty in adult and college teaching.
Also, I am a Clayton High School alumna and still live in the Clayton community. I feel so lucky to still be a part of Comet Country and I look forward to this year together learning with you all!
1st Block - Planning
2nd Block - Counseling and Mental Health I
3rd Block - Counseling and Mental Health I
4th Block - Counseling and Mental Health I
1st Block - Planning
2nd Block - Counseling and Mental Health II
3rd Block - Principles of Family and Human Services (PFHS)
4th Block - Principles of Family and Human Services (PFHS)
Clayton High School Announcements
For the past 15 years, Johnston County Public Schools has honored our local veterans with a special Veterans Day celebration program. The 2020 celebration will be held virtually on Wednesday, Nov. 11. The online program begins at 11 a.m., and a link to the program will be posted...
Information on social distancing in school settings has been recently updated by the NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS). Upon receiving information from the NCDHHS, we consulted with the Johnston County Public Health Department on the impact these updates will have on our school system. This ongoing collaboration continues to guide our decision-making as students return to classrooms for in-person instruction.
As students in grades K-5 begin returning to school, the curbside locations for free meals will now be located at each middle and high school. The curbside meal locations at our elementary schools will end on Friday, Oct. 2 and will open at the middle and high schools on Monday, Oct. 5.
The Johnston County Board of Education approved a back to school plan at a special called session on Thursday, Sept. 25.