Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Meri-Beth Myers
Hi! Welcome to 1st grade! I am so excited to be your child's teacher this year. This is my third year teaching at CHES. Prior to coming to our school, I had been working in a Preschool setting since 2005. This year is going to be so much fun and we are going to learn, grow, and achieve so much together! Your child's education is my number one priority. My passion is helping to grow and mold the minds of America's future!
Here is a little bit about me. My husband, Tony, and I have three daughters. Sophia is going to be in 6th grade at ALMS this year, Lili is going to be in 4th grade at CHES this year, and our youngest, Charli, is going to be 4 this coming December. We also have a Black Lab puppy named, Loki. I was born and raised in Reading, Pa and moved to North Carolina in 2008. I went to La Salle University in Philadelphia, Pa and graduated in 2006. I will forever be an Explorer! I recently finished my Elementary Education licensure in December 2018 at ECU.
When I'm not at school, I love to read (Harry Potter is my favorite!), spend time with my family, watch movies, be crafty, travel, take pictures of my kids, and live for every moment.
8:30- Morning Work
9:00- Morning Meeting
9:10- ELA Whole Group
10:10- ELA Small Group
11:20 - Lunch
3:00- Science/ Social Studies
The Johnston County Board of Education approved a back to school plan at a special called session on Thursday, Sept. 25.
Progress Report dates will be shared by individual schools. It is essential to activate PowerSchool Parent Portal in order to review your child’s academic progress, school attendance, and to stay informed...
Beginning Tuesday, September 8, JCPS will operate its curbside meal service at only its elementary school sites. Students in all grade levels can receive a meal from any of the 23 elementary school sites at no cost...
Johnston County Public Schools has begun posting the number of confirmed, school-related COVID-19 cases that are reported to us by the Johnston County Health Department. This will give families and staff more information about how the pandemic is impacting the school system.