Mrs. Beth Price

Phone: 919-934-4696

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science from East Carolina University Master of Arts in Education from East Carolina University National Board Certified Teacher

Mrs. Beth Price

This is my 27th year in education in North Carolina. After graduating from East Carolina University, I worked as an elementary teacher for 14 years. I then decided that middle school was where I really wanted to be. I have taught language arts, science, and social studies in the middle school for 10 years. Three years ago I accepted the position as the Curriculum Coach for Smithfield Middle. This year I will be serving as the IB Coordinator for Smithfield Middle. I love my job! I get to work with all subjects, all teachers, and all students. It is so much fun!

I also have my masters in education from East Carolina University and a National Board Certification. Learning for me is a natural part of being in education. 

  • I am available during school hours: 7:30-3:30. 

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  • EdCamp JoCo set for October 19

    There is still time to register for EdCamp JoCo, happening October 19th at West Johnston High from 8 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Attendees - this grassroots event appeals to educators from all walks of life. It's not just teachers, or just administrators it's for anyone! ...

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  • JCEF Adult Spelling Bee set for Oct. 29

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  • Johnston County Public Schools sets make-up days

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  • 2019-2020 graduation dates released

    Johnston County Public Schools will begin graduation season with two ceremonies on Friday, May 15, followed by eight traditional high school ceremonies on Friday, May 29.

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