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Mrs. Kristin Bollten
Hello Rams! I am so happy to begin my 15th year of teaching here at Cleveland Middle School. My career started in the Harnett County School system for 2 years and then taught in Wake County for 10 years. I joined the CvMS family in March of 2015 and love being a part of this school and community. This year, I will be teaching a reading and math group, as well as having some focused time with MTSS.
I earned my Bachelors Degree in History in 2002 and my Masters Degree in Education in 2004. I received both of these from Campbell University.
On a personal note, I am married and have two children. My son (Wyatt) is in the 6th grade and my daughter (Bethany) is in the 4th grade. We live in this community and try to stay involved in different things. So, I look forward to seeing you at sports events and other activities around town.
1st Block - 8:05 - 9:13 8th Grade Math with Ms. Minervini
AP - 9:15 - 9:42 Room 702
2nd Block -9:45 - 10:50 8th Grade Math with Ms. Helms
10:50-11:50 Lunch and Planning
3rd Block 11:50 - 12:55 7th Grade Math with Ms. Barone
4th Block A Day 12:58 - 2:03 7th Grade Math with Ms. Downey
B Day 1:00 - 1: 41 8th Grade Math with Ms. Helms
5th Block 1:41/2:03 - 3:10 Planning
Johnston County Public Schools will hold a Virtual Job Fair on Wednesday, April 21. The event will be held in a Zoom Conference format from 2:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. Candidates will have the opportunity to meet with various school principals about career opportunities in each of the district’s 47 schools.
The online application for the Johnston County Public Schools Preschool Program is now available. Parents who are interested in the JCPS Preschool Program are encouraged to apply early, as availability is on a first come, first served basis. The application window closes on June 30th.
Johnston County Public Schools has updated its plan to mark senior milestones, including prom and graduation while adhering to guidance from the Johnston County Public Health Department and the CDC in regards to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.