Mrs. Tracey Comerford

Phone: 919-553-4064


Degrees and Certifications:

EC K-12 Visual Arts K-12 ELA 6-9 AIG K-12

Mrs. Tracey Comerford

Welcome to English!

I'm really excited to be back at Clayton High! I came to Johnston County in 1999 and have had the opportunity to teach English and Art students at both the middle and high school levels. My husband, a creative wrting teacher, and I have two awesome boys, two rescue dogs, and two rescue cats. 

I'm looking forward to fusing Visual Art and English together in a fun and engaging way into the English classroom. We use Google Classroom for informational purposes only. As of right now, students will be taking and completing tests, quizzes, and assignments using paper and pencil. They will not be turning in work or taking tests and quizzes through GC. I have units set up on Google Classroom so that students have access to power points, handouts, etc., if they happen to be out or lose their hard copies given to them in clss. My Classroom code is 1aqvch.

Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to hearing from you!

919-553-4064 ext 1595

  • Spring Semester

    First Block- Honors English 1

    Second Block- Planning

    Third Block-English 1

    Fourth Block-English 1 with Mrs. Bowman and Mr. Simmons


    Comet Time: I'm available most days during Comet Time, but my official tutoring days are Tuesdays B/C and Thursdays A/B.


    I'm not available on Mondays during B and Fridays during C due to team meetings and lunch duty.

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