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Mrs. Deandra Tart

"Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world." ~ Nelson Mandela

 

Hi!

A little about me:

I am incredibly passionate about education. I consider myself a life-long student and my favorite thing to do is to see a new place or learn something new. I graduated from South Johnston High School in 2001 and went on earn my Bachelor of Science degree from Campbell University. In 2013, I graduated from NC State with a Masters degree in Education, focusing on curriculum and instruction. I have an awesome husband (Scott) and we have two children, but they have four paws--Maggie and Winston. I absolutely love to travel, especially with students! 

 

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    It's Going to be a Great Year!

    Welcome to Johnston County Virtual Academy! 

    I am so pleased to be working with each of you. If you need to contact me, please feel free to do so.  I can be reached by email at deandratart@johnston.k12.nc.us.  

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  • JCPS to implement state-of-the-art security systems

    At the November Regular Session Board of Education meeting, the Board voted unanimously to improve safety and security in Johnston County Public Schools by implementing state-of-the-art security systems in each of the district’s schools.

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  • Updated School Nutrition Information for 2022-23

    We hope that you and your student have already noticed some of the exciting new food and  meal opportunities we are offering in our cafeterias this school year. Our new options will include more fresh produce, vegetarian options, and opportunities for students to customize their meal choice. These new offerings will be available at both breakfast and lunch. 

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  • 2022 Growth Needs Update

    Johnston County Public Schools Chief of Facilities and Construction Brooks Moore presented the 2022 Growth Needs Update to the Johnston County Board of Education at their March meeting.

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