Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Ignacia Avalos
I teach Spanish I and II as well as Spanish I and II for Native Speakers. I was born in Freedom Oklahoma, but I was raised in Durango-México, which made Spanish my first language and provided me with a rich cultural immersion. After a few years of my return to the U.S., I started working on my career as an educator. I obtained my Associate’s Degree from JCC along with my Licensure as a translator. In 2013, I graduated from East Carolina University with a BA in World Languages Education Major in Spanish. I live in Smithfield with my husband, my two daughters, and my baby boy. I enjoy reading, singing, traveling to México, dancing and cooking out.
1st Block-----Spanish I
2nd Block----Spanish I
3rd Block----Spanish I
In an effort to accommodate more persons who may be interested in attending their monthly meetings, the Johnston County Board of Education has made the decision to start the public portion of its meeting at 4 p.m. until further notice.
The annual Showcase of the Stars event, which features musical performances from schools across Johnston County, will be held on Saturday, March 9, at Smithfield-Selma High School...
Students interested in attending one of the Johnston County Public Schools Innovative High School programs should apply now...