Degrees and Certifications:
BA in Sociology emphasis in Criminal Justice Teacher certification
Mr. Derrick Johnson
Mr. Johnson teaches social studies and drivers education. The 2020-21 school year will be my twenty-fifth year teaching and my third year at Clayton H.S. I graduated from Kinston High School and UNCW, where I played college basketball. I worked as a deputy sheriff for the Wake County Sheriff's Department for six years before I was injuried and medically retired. I taught/coached at Laney H.S. in Wilmington for 3 years, SW Randolph H.S. in Asheboro for 8 years and North Johnston H.S. for 13 years. I also have taught Driver's Education for 21 years.
Google Classroom Code: 5kx57cg
Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7478890798?pwd=eVcyWXVpb1FMVzBCS2FRQ1gzUDZzZz09
Meeting ID 747 889 0798
1st Block American History I
2nd Block Planning
3rd Block American History I
4th Block American History I
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Johnston County Public Schools will hold a Virtual Job Fair on Wednesday, April 21. The event will be held in a Zoom Conference format from 2:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. Candidates will have the opportunity to meet with various school principals about career opportunities in each of the district’s 47 schools.
The online application for the Johnston County Public Schools Preschool Program is now available. Parents who are interested in the JCPS Preschool Program are encouraged to apply early, as availability is on a first come, first served basis. The application window closes on June 30th.
Johnston County Public Schools has updated its plan to mark senior milestones, including prom and graduation while adhering to guidance from the Johnston County Public Health Department and the CDC in regards to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.