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Mrs. Johnsye Sperry

 

2nd Grade is Going to be Great!

Hi! My name is Johnsye Sperry, and  I am so excited to be teaching 2nd grade at West Clayton Elementary School during the 2019-2020school year!  I love being apart of the WCES community, and I am going on my 21st year of teaching.  I taught in Pasadena, California and North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and now Clayton, North Carolina!  I have taught half my career in 2nd, as well as 3rd and 4th grades.  

I have been married to Mr. Sperry for 15 years, and have two children Eric (6th grader) and Carlee (4th grade).  We love spending time as a family, watching movies, going swimming, attending soccer games, crafting, dancing, listening to music, and exploring our community.  

 

Fun Facts About Your Teacher:

Hobbies:  Shopping, Crafting, Decorating, Cooking/baking, Walking, laughing with friends and family,

Things I Like: Monogram (JSG), Starbucks, Music, Movies, Cats, teaching

Store:  Target, TJ MAXX, Three Little Birds, Bexley House, September and Company, Boutique 104

Favorite Color:  Red 

Cartoon Character: Mickey Mouse

Sport: Do not have one, they are all good!

Sports Team:  NC State

Favorite Food: Pizza, Chocolate, Peanut Butter 

Favorite Drink:  Coffee, Water

 

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