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Mrs. Kate Dulmaine
Welcome to PBL!
What is Project-Based Learning? Project-based learning teaches children critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. PBL presents students with a problem. Students will work collaboratively with their peers to dissect, examine, and solve the problem. Students will learn how to look at problems from various angles, brainstorm, and anticipate and overcome obstacles. PBL challenges students to think creatively, work together, and persevere to follow projects through to their completion.
How will Project-Based Learning be Implemented? PBL can take many forms and takes place in many classrooms throughout our school everyday. Our new PBL enhancement will use community service as our springboard, which is just AWESOME! Students will work together to analyze problems they see in our community and world and discuss, plan, and implement solutions to those problems. How amazing is that?! Our kids will be learning and working to understand, examine, and analyze problems and create and implement solutions, all while helping to make the world a better place! I am so thrilled to be able to assist our children in this process and truly hope to help develop their minds and hearts to help them realize that big or small, young or old, they can make a difference in the world!
We will be reaching out to the community to look for ways to help our neighbors and develop partnerships with individuals and businesses in our area- and maybe even to look for volunteers, too! If this type of work speaks to your heart, please make sure to go to the Johnston County Public School website, here, and fill out a volunteer application. We'd love to have you helping us helping others!
A little about me: I grew up in Massachusetts but moved to North Carolina about 15 years ago. We have made Johnston County our home and could not imagine living anywhere else! My husband and I have two wonderful boys and a beautiful puppy who loves to run around and play. My older son is a freshman at UNC-Greensboro this year studying computer science. My younger son attends Swift Creek Middle School and is involved band and Scouts.where I'm happy to say that they are continuing the dual language program this year! I graduated from East Carolina University with a degree in Elementary Education and the New England College of Business and Finance where I earned a degree in business administration and finance. Additionally, I have a K-12 reading specialist certification- I absolutely LOVE reading and hope to pass that on to my students! It is my goal to help your child flourish and succeed as a responsible, independent learner in a supportive and respectful environment.
I look forward to getting to know your child this year and to collaborating with you to help your child reach his or her goals.
If you have any questions, thoughts, ideas, or anything you'd like to share, please do not hesitate to contact me via Class Dojo or email at email@example.com
Reduced Breakfast for Grades K-12: Free
Breakfast for Grades K-12: $1.40
Reduced Lunch for Grades K-12: $.40
Lunch for Grades K-8: $2.30
You may now use our online service to post payments on your student's breakfast and lunch account. Please use the links below to access this online service: k12paymentcenter.com
School Nutrition Service offers meals free or at reduced prices to families who qualify for this benefit. An application for meal benefits can be obtained at the office.
Johnston County Public Schools is now offering a Substitute Teacher Temporary Incentive Pay Plan for substitutes.
At their August meeting, the Johnston County Board of Education voted 4-3 to make face coverings required indoors in all Johnston County Public Schools campuses and on all buses for students, staff, and guests. This updated mask requirement is effective immediately.