Phone: 919-894-4226 ext 3414
Degrees and Certifications:
Degrees: BA in Psychology Certifications: Special Education K-12 K-6 Elementary Education AIG
Ms. Kimberly Cuddington
Hello!! Welcome to my page. I grew up in Virginia where I graduated from Bluestone High School in Skipwith in 2000. I went on to attend and graduate from Meredith College in 2005 with a degree in Psychology. I have identical twin sons who attend 6th grade at North Johnston Middle School. I have a 2 year old Yorkie named Renny and 3 fish named Duke, State, and Grouchy. I enjoy sports (football, basketball, baseball). Besides my love of teaching and family, my heart resides with the Dallas Cowboys, the Duke Blue Devils, the Boston Red Sox, and vacations away from home. This year is my 10th year teaching in Johnston County, however it is my first year at Meadow, which I absolutely love. I am teaching Middle School Support.
8:30 - 9:10 8th Grade ELA
9:10 - 9:55 6th Grade Math
9:55 - 11:20 6th & 7th Grade ELA
11:20 - 11:55 Tribe Time
12:35 - 2:00 7th Grade Math
2:00 - 3:30 Planning & Student Support
Lunch on 12/17 will be chicken nuggets, chicken pastry, or turkey and cheese sandwich. Corn and baked potato, and pinapple tidbits will also be served. Lunch on 12/18 will be tornados, chicken fajita, or cheese bread sticks. Black beans, broccoli and cheese, and apples will also be served.
Our Kindergarten classes will have their Thanksgiving Program in the gym at 1:00 on Friday, November 16th. We hope to see many parents in attendance. Our students and their teachers work very hard preparing for this event. This is always a cute performance. :)
The week of Oct. 21st is Red Ribbon Week, which is a special week celebrated each year during the last full week of October. The purpose of Red Ribbon Week is to bring awareness to the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, and to encourage good decisions and healthy lifestyles. Help show your support for awareness to the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs: Tuesday, October 23: Wear Red Thursday, October 25: Put a Cap on Drugs (Wear caps/hats)