Phone: 9199653361

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Degrees and Certifications:

BA Psychology Masters of Education Masters of Library Science AIG and EC Certified

Mrs. Leta Woodall

Selma Elementary School has been a part of my life since I first walked through the doors of the old three story building as a Kindergarten student in 1983.  I attended Smithfield-Selma Middle School, and then graduated from Smithfield-Selma High School in 1995.  After graduating from North Carolina State University, I moved back to my hometown of Selma. Principal Jerry Stevens offered me a job as a teacher here at Selma Elementary in December of 1998.  During that time I decided to further my education by attending Campbell University where I received a Masters of Education in 2002.  I taught first grade and kindergarten, and I have also worked with the Exceptional Children's Department as a resource teacher after receiving AIG and EC certification in 2005.  I became the K-2 Media Coordinator in 2006,  which allowed me to work part-time and still enjoy time at home with my own children.  I became the full-time Media Coordinator in 2007, and shortly after completed the Library Science program through East Carolina University.  

Please let me know if I can ever be of assistance to you.  I want teachers, students, parents, and community members to always feel welcome in our library!

School Announcements

  • ACCESS Testing for English Language Learners

    North Carolina schools are required to administer ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 to all students identified as English Learners (ELs) in the spring of each year to determine their progress in learning English. Each student is tested in four areas: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. This assessment helps us monitor their English language development.

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JCPS Announcements

  • Updated COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance

    There have been significant changes to the Strong Schools NC toolkit that affects the quarantine procedures our staff and students must follow if they are exposed to a positive case of COVID-19. Any student or staff member who is currently quarantined due to an exposure of a positive COVID-19 case may return to school or work tomorrow, unless the close contact is a housemate. We are able to make this adjustment because our district requires masks for all students, staff, and guests.

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  • JCPS to Utilize New Website for Bus Updates

    Our district is launching a new portion of our website to further communicate bus delays and replacements with our families. We encourage those who have a student who utilizes our transportation to get to or from school to visit www.johnston.k12.nc.us/busdelays for updates on our school bus routes beginning Tuesday, January 18.

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  • JCPS Inclement Weather Conditions

    It is our district’s goal to make our school communities as prepared as possible for emergency situations, including inclement weather.

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  • ACCESS testing for English Language Learners

    North Carolina schools are required to administer ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 to all students identified as English Learners (ELs) in the spring of each year to determine their progress in learning English. Each student is tested in four areas: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. This assessment helps us monitor their English language development.

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  • Updated COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance

    Our district is continuing to follow the guidance and recommendations from the Johnston County Public Health Department, the CDC, and the Strong Schools NC Toolkit, and we will now adhere to a 5 day quarantine period for students or staff members who tests positive for COVID-19. This is a change from the previous 10 day quarantine time.

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