Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. Manuel Martinez
I'm from Venezuela and I grew up in a big city called Valencia (Industrial Capital of Venezuela). I went to Colegio Padre Seijas from 1st to 11th grade (we don’t have a 12th grade in high school) I graduated from the University of Carabobo Education school in 2009. During my time there, I had the opportunity to student-teach 3 different subjects and play soccer with the college team for a few months.
After graduating, I taught math for a year in Antonio Jose de Sucre College. I then taught physics and math for five years in a public school in a town called El Cambur. I also taught physics for 2 years in a private school in San Diego (in Venezuela, not California). This is my 10th year in the classroom and 5th at FOMS. I'm also head coach for Girls Soccer and assistant coach for Boys Soccer and Boys Basketball. Go Cardinals!!!
1st Block: Math
2nd Block: Planning
3rd Block: Planning
4th Block: Math
5th Block: Power
6th Block: Math
7th Block: Math
I hope you all are good, safe and healthy. Please enjoy your summer in a safe way, feel free to email me.
Have a great summer
The Johnston County Board of Education meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 14, at 4p.m. in the Evander Simpson Building in Smithfield. To comply with the Governor’s Executive Order, only the board members will be allowed in the boardroom. However, the open session portions of the meeting and all announcements will be accessible to the public via the livestream available online at www.johnston.k12.nc.us/boelive...
Based on guidance from the Johnston County Health Department and taking into consideration the growing number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county in recent weeks, the original plan to host “modified” traditional graduation ceremonies will not be possible....
THURSDAY, JULY 2, 2020
After careful review of the current trends regarding COVID-19, Johnston County Public Schools will delay voluntary workouts for high school fall sports athletic teams until at least July 20...
Johnston County Public Schools has begun planning three possible reopening plans for the 2020-2021 school year in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Based upon recently released documents provided to all school districts...