Tarsha Johnson

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Tarsha Johnson

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I am Ms. Johnson I am a 2010 graduate of East Carolina University.  While I have worked with JCPS since 2008 in various positions, this will be my 4th year as a teacher.  I am a native of Harnett county but I have lived in Johnston County for over 20 years.  I have two children of my own as well and two beautiful grandgirls.  I enjoy reading and helping kids learn how to read and more importantly motiviating them so that they create a love for reading.  I am the founder of a non-profit orgination that focuses on academics for children and promotes educating parents as well. I believe in creating strong communities through church, family, and healthy schools. My continued belief is that it does take a villiage.

 

Don't forget to READ!

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