Phone: (919) 894-7161
Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Stephanie Morse
Hello! My name is Stephanie Morse and I LOVE teaching and to be organized and creative. I grew up in New York and graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College with a dual certification in general and special education. After graduation, I moved to North Carolina to pursue my teaching career. This is my 13th year teaching at McGee’s Crossroads Elementary. I taught first grade for 8 years and this is my 5th year teaching second grade. I absolutely love second grade and I am blessed to be here! I have a sweet husband named Ryan. He is also a teacher! He teaches third grade at West Smithfield Elementary. We have two little boys who are full of energy and love. Jax is first grader and Colton is in preschool. Our home would not be complete without our two dogs, Miley and Twixey! Although I grew up in New York, my family has “followed” us South. We are blessed to have them all near us! My favorite color is bright pink and I collect everything leopard print. I am passionate about education and I love for my students to believe in themselves and to read, READ, read!
We are offering a new opportunity for our families this winter break. Parents are invited to sign up to receive holiday meal kits that will be distributed from all of our high school sites. Each meal kit will include seven days of packaged breakfast and lunch meals per child.
Every JCPS parent must fill out the Second Semester Choice form to choose either the Virtual Program OR face-to-face instruction for each of their students. The Second Semester Choice form is to be filled out for ALL students in grades PreK-12. If a child is going to participate in face-to-face instruction for the second semester, the parent will be asked to fill out transportation information for the student in the form. A form for each student should be completed by Nov. 30.
Information on social distancing in school settings has been recently updated by the NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS). Upon receiving information from the NCDHHS, we consulted with the Johnston County Public Health Department on the impact these updates will have on our school system. This ongoing collaboration continues to guide our decision-making as students return to classrooms for in-person instruction.