Phone: (919) 553- 0256
Degrees and Certifications:
BA in Psychology and Education
Ms. Clarice Williams
I am a fourth grade teacher at Cooper Academy. This is my third year at Cooper Academy. I have been a teacher for Johnston County Public schools for 6 years and teaching since 2001. Most of my career, I have taught 4th grade and I am excited to be back. I am a mother of three beautiful children and is orginally from Hartford, Connecticut. I am currently the math and science teacher. My team teacher, ELA and Social studies, is Mr. Burbank. In our classroom we believe in hard work, purposeful practice, learning from our mistakes, and showing respect to others. I love learning, hopefully you do too!
4th Grade Schedule
8:30-8:35 Daily Announcements
8:35-10:50 Math & Science Instructional Block 1
1:00-3:00 Math & Science Instructional Block 2
3:00 – 3:30 Daily Meeting /Second Step (SEL EC)
Khan Academy (video lessons and practice)
Personalized Learning (Student will need personal login to access this site)
Mark your calendars and come out to see the wonderful learning going on at Cooper Academy!
Our school will host the first ever Invention Convention for any students willing to participate in grades 2-5 on February 27th. This event is run similar to a science fair. Students will design, test, improve and bring their results to the Invention Convention. Informational fliers will be sent home with any students wanting to participate. Contact Mrs. McClure, our STEAM teacher, if you have any questions.
The Johnston County Public Schools Office of Equity, Information and Student Services is sponsoring a special discussion panel forum at Corinth Holders High School called We Are One: A Unity Forum...
The Johnston County Board of Education has hired the North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) to help facilitate its search for the next superintendent of Johnston County Public Schools (JCPS)....
The application window all JCPS Innovative School Programs will open Dec. 1. The district offers programs for high school and middle school students...