Phone: 919-934-2455 ext. 2045

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Associates of Science in Human Services - Wayne Community College Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Science - Liberty University ServSafe Dual Role/Instructor & Proctor - National Restaurant Association

Mrs. Stinnett

Welcome and Hello!

Please refer to my supply list below. 

Supply List:  1 inch 3-ring binder with notebook paper, pencil, pen, and any color highlighter. Students may use a section within their larger 3-ring binder,

Suggested items to donate: dish soap/dishwasher & laundry detergent, facial tissues, sanitizing wipes, paper plates, disposable flatware & cups, especially small sample-size cups. 

My classroom webpages for Foods 1 & 2 will be on Canvas and students will automatically be enrolled in the Canvas site. 

I'm Crystal Stinnett and I teach Foods and Nutrition 1 & 2.  I have been a Family and Consumer Science teacher at Cleveland High School since the school opened August 2010 and for 10 years in Florida.

My students enjoy learning through hands-on experiences in my lab classes. While there are a lot of notes & academic curriculum in my classes; students also have the opportunity to cook and improve their culinary skills.

I have been married since 1979 to Steve Stinnett. We were blessed to move back from Palm Bay, Florida to Johnston County August 2010. I attended the old Cleveland School & graduated from South Johnston High School. Our son, daughter-in-law and 2 amazing granddaughters live in Florida. My family has lived in the McGee's Crossroads area for 86 years. 

  • Schedule will be coming in August. Have a great summer!!

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