Degrees and Certifications:
Elementary Education BS and MA
Mrs. Angela Strickland
I am a third grade reading teacher at Meadow School. I have worked at Meadow for several years. My goal is for each child to develop a love for reading.
I hope everyone has a great summer. Remember to read and practice your math multiplication facts. Take time to practice writing by sending a card or letter to someone. We will see you back in August.
Third grade will be using CLasstag as a communication tool with parents, you will be receiving an invitation to join the group in the near future on your cellphone or through your email.
** Any student that leaves before 12:00 they will be counted absent for that day.**
** If you pick up your child during recess, lunch or announcements please allow for extra time for them to travel back to their classroom to gather all of their belongings.
** Please make sure your child has a snack everyday
Third Grade Schedule
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I am so excited to begin this school year. Third grade is an exciting and fun grade. You will be learning so many new things. Also, we will learn about several great authors and take many adventures through the books we will be reading. I will see you on the first day of school!!! Welcome to third grade!!!
Please click the links below to read about what vaccinations are required for students entering 7th and 12th grades, and what days the vaccines will be provided. There is also information in the letter about how to make an appointment for your child. English Form of Letter from Health Department Spanish Form of Letter from Health Department
At a Special Session Meeting on Thursday, December 2, the Johnston County Board of Education approved two changes to our existing traditional calendar for this school year to accommodate necessary professional development for our teachers. January 4th is now a required teacher work day, rather than a regular school day for students...
At a Special Session meeting on Oct. 27, the Johnston County Board of Education approved the following calendar changes: adding two wellness days and an optional teacher work day to the district’s November calendar.
At their August meeting, the Johnston County Board of Education voted 4-3 to make face coverings required indoors in all Johnston County Public Schools campuses and on all buses for students, staff, and guests. This updated mask requirement is effective immediately.