Phone: (919) 894-7161 Ext. 6642
Degrees and Certifications:
Undergraduate from North Carolina State University; Elementary teaching certification and masters through Campbell University
Mrs. Cristy Adams
Welcome to 4th Grade!
I am the 4th grade Math teacher at McGee's Crossroads Elementary School. I grew up in Benson, North Carolina and went to school at Benson Elementary, Benson Middle, and South Johnston High School. Upon graduation, I attended North Carolina State University and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources. To obtain my teaching certificate, I attended Campbell University. I have been teaching 4th grade for 19 years. The first five years were at Hobbton Elementary and then I went to Benson Elementary for 5 years. I have also taught at Neuse Charter School for two years and at Meadow School for 8 years. I am married to Dell Adams and we celebrated our 28th wedding anniversary in October. We have one son, Rett, who is an upcoming Senior at South Johnston High School.
I love ladybugs and my favorite colors are red and black. I enjoy spending time with my family, volunteering my time in my community/church, and I love to read. We raise registered longhorn cows and miniature donkeys at our farm, Rett's Creek. My classroom motto is "Be the Light" because it is important for our lights to shine brightly every day.
4th Grade Supply List (2022-2023)
1 quality pair of headphones to stay at school
1 computer mouse
5 marbled composition notebooks (no spirals)
1 sturdy 2-pocket folder
1 pencil pouch/box
1 ink pen
10 glue sticks
24 Ticonderoga pre-sharpened pencils
1 pack of crayons or colored pencils (no more than 24 count)
1 pair of scissors
NO BINDERS PLEASE!
1 roll of paper towels
1 box of tissues
2 rolls of Clorox wipes
1 hand sanitizer
1 disinfectant spray
1 package of ziploc bags (any size)
Individually wrapped candy
Extra required supplies
8:55-9:05 Morning Meeting
9:05-10:25 1st Block
10:25-11:05 2nd Block
1:10-1:50 2nd Block (Continued)
1:55-3:15 3rd Block
3:15-3:50 RIME Time
What a year it has been! Thank you for being flexible and willing to change. We have actually survived virtual teaching and learning for the 2020-2021 school year. I don´t know about you but I am looking forward to getting back to ¨normal¨. I hope each and every one of you have a wonderful summer.....because you deserve it! See you in August.
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.
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.