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My name is Renea Phillips and I teach Kindergarten at CHES. I am a lifelong resident of the Corinth Community and attended CHES as a child. I attended Smithfiled-Selma High School and graduated in 1998. It took me a little while to decide what path I was going to take so I attended Mount Olive College and graduated in 2006 with an Early Childhood Education Degree and then attended East Carolina University to obtain my Birth-Kindergarten teaching license. I have been teaching for 14 years and this is my third full year here at CHES. I got married to my husband, Stephen in 2003 and we have two children; my daughter Kassidy is 11 and she is in 6th grade at ALMS and my son Kamden is 5 and will be in Kindergarten here at CHES this year. I hope to positively touch each child that enters my classroom and help them develop a love of learning and enjoy school.
8:25 – 8:55 Arrival (unpack, bathroom, quiet centers, manipulatives)
8:55 – 9:00 Announcements
9:00 – 9:15 Morning Meeting
9:15 – 10:40 Math
11:25 – 1:20 LIteracy
1:20 – 1:50 Recess
1:55 - 2:45 Enrichment Class
2:5 - 3:00 Snack/Read Aloud
3:00 - 3:45 Science/Social Studies/Daily Review
Tuesday-PE (tennis shoes required!)
Wednesday-STEM (Library Books Due Today)
Johnston County Public Schools will begin using Here Comes the Bus in the 2019-2020 school year! Here Comes the Bus is a school bus tracking app that gives parents real-time bus location information and alerts to get students to the bus stop on time. The app is expected to roll out by the first day of school, August 26...
The Johnston County Education Foundation has changed its grant process from a three cycle a year process, to a once a year process. The grant deadline will now be November 15th each year and Grant Patrol will be held on the first Wednesday of December.