Phone: (919)284-3374 ext 3821
Degrees and Certifications:
Masters degree in Environmental Resources Certified in Math and Science
Mr. Sunday Ogunwobi
Born in a city called Jos in northern Nigeria. Went to elementary, high school and college in Nigeria. I moved to London, England where I attended other colleges and completed my post graduate studies. Worked on site as an engineer after completing my studies. After spending sometime on ste I decided to pusue a teaching career and I went to University of Greenwich, London England and obtained my certification. I taught in Community colleges in London for sometime. In 2008, I moved to United States where I was employed at Northshore Community College in Beverly, Massachusettes. A position I occupied until August 2009 when I moved to Raleigh in North Carolina.
North Johnston Middle School has now provided links and packets at all grade levels for Students Learning at home at this time. You will find your links on Google classroom. Here are the link codes to access learning at home for students in Mr Sunday Ogunwobi's math class. Block 1: bzhbhjl; Block 2 : mwfynmt; Block 4 : czzzsob; and Block 6: 4ocl7ik
Academy of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing to be held at NJHS next school year for rising 9th graders
In Fall of 2020, North Johnston HIgh School will start an Academy of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing for Freshmen. Interested NJMS 8th Grade students and parents can follow link: www.johnston.k12.nc.us/domain/9741 to learn more about academy and apply. Acceptance into academy is for freshmen only in NJHS attendance area. Application window has opened and will close April 15.
The 8th Grade Dance will be held on Friday, March 20th from 6:00-9:00 PM in the cafetorium. More details will be provided to 8th grade students on Wednesday, January 29th during JAG time at a grade level meeting with administration and 8th grade teachers. A letter will be sent home with all students on Wednesday, January 29th. A parent meeting will be held for all families who are interested in assisting with the dance on Tuesday, February 4th in the media center at 6:00 pm.
NC Check-Ins are interim assessments developed by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) that are aligned to North Carolina grade-level content standards (for reading and mathematics) and North Carolina Essential Standards (for Science). More information is available inside.