Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Carolyn Kay
My name is Carolyn Kay and I am the Exceptional Children Cross Categorical teacher for grades 7 and 8 here at Swift Creek Middle School. I am certified to teach K-12 Special Education, Middle School Math and ELA, and Elementary Education.
As a proud East Carolina University graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in University Studies, Pedagogy and Disability Studies, I believe that to address the needs of all students, including exceptional children, an educator must first identify, and secondly, understand the educational implication of those needs. To that end, I absolutely love incorporating technology in the classroom, as it provides a personalized learning experience for all children. It is my belief that this encourages student engagement and helps level the playing field for all students!
My husband Tim and I will celebrate 31 years of marriage this September. We have two boys, John and Bill. John is a business graduate from UNC-Greensboro working in Charlotte and Bill is at JCC working on his general education classes before transferring to continue his journey of becoming a high school math teacher. Both boys are Johnston County Public School graduates, a huge factor in their success!
I am so excited to be working with your child in my 15th year with Johnston County Public Schools! Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
I look forward to a wonderful year! GO WOLVES!
Block 1 Planning
Block 2 9:51-11:25 8th Grade Math
Block 3 10:56-12:35 8th Grade ELA
Block 4 12:38-12:55 Planning
Block 5 12:58-2:02 7th Math
Block 6 2:05-3:10 7th Grade ELA
Johnston County Public Schools will hold a Trades and Classified Staff Job Fair on Thursday, June 27. Attendees can learn how to apply for positions and more about what the district has to offer for our trade and classified professionals.
PowerSchool Parent Portal is more powerful than ever before. Now with Parent Portal parents can begin the registration process, check their child’s grades, update emergency information, and keep up with the teacher’s classroom lessons and assignments from their smartphone or computer...