Phone: 919-934-2978 ext. 6536
Degrees and Certifications:
*Associate of General Education degree, Johnston Community College *Bachelor of Science in Education, East Carolina University *Master of Science in Education, Western Governors University *National Board Certified Teacher *Licensed to teach grades K-12 in four different areas and mathematics in grades 6-9
Mrs. Christina Nait Saidi
Welcome! My name is Christy Nait Saidi and I am currently a Reading, Writing, and Math teacher for grades 1-4.
My husband, Zahir, is originally from Algeria in North Africa. Our last name is pronounced, "Night Sigh-ee-dee", but everyone calls me Mrs. Christy. We have three daughters: Gracie, Kenza, and Thiya. Gracie recently graduated from Johnston Community College (planning to become a special education teacher), Kenza just completed 4th grade, and Thiya is four years old. We also have a cat named Ribbet - or as my youngest daughter calls her, Ribbet Cat Johnson.
I became a Yellow Jacket (again) in March 2020, but I also attended Selma Elementary as a student many years ago. This year marks 13 years of teaching for me and 16 years working in Johnston County Public Schools. I have taught at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. I have also worked as an instructional assistant and receptionist.
I am grateful for your trust in working with your child and look forward to partnering with you!
Have a safe and healthy summer!
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