Phone: 919-553-4064 ext. 1565


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors in Economics/Pre-Law - Indiana University of Pennsylvania Masters in Secondary Education - N.C. State University

Ms. Dawn Molinaro

Welcome Back Comets!!

I have called Clayton High School home for all of my 22 years in education and am looking forward to completing year 23 in Comet Country. Both of my children attended Clayton High and I am proud to work with numerous former students that have returned home as fellow staff!  


I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Economics/Pre-Law from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and completed my Masters in Secondary Education at N.C. State University.


This semester I will be teaching American History and Economics & Personal Finance. Please sign up for Google classroom with the codes listed below. Feel free to contact me through the website or by phone with any questions!! It's going to be a fantastic semester!!


Ms. M

Google Codes

1st Block = a n 3 k g b 2

3rd Block = c 5 z q f o q

4th Block = z 2 z j m h b 






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JCPS Announcements

  • JCPS to implement state-of-the-art security systems

    At the November Regular Session Board of Education meeting, the Board voted unanimously to improve safety and security in Johnston County Public Schools by implementing state-of-the-art security systems in each of the district’s schools.

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  • Updated School Nutrition Information for 2022-23

    We hope that you and your student have already noticed some of the exciting new food and  meal opportunities we are offering in our cafeterias this school year. Our new options will include more fresh produce, vegetarian options, and opportunities for students to customize their meal choice. These new offerings will be available at both breakfast and lunch. 

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  • 2022 Growth Needs Update

    Johnston County Public Schools Chief of Facilities and Construction Brooks Moore presented the 2022 Growth Needs Update to the Johnston County Board of Education at their March meeting.

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