• McGee's Crossroads Middle School will return to school utilizing a Plan B Model with two cohorts attending school on Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday, Friday with Wednesday as a remote asynchronous learning day. This will begin on Monday, October 19. COVID-19 protocols and face coverings are required at all times. Please complete the Transportation Commitment form if your child will be a bus rider. This form is very important and is required to ride a school bus to and from school. This form must be completed no later than Tuesday, September 29 at 12:00 am. Additionally, if your student is assigned to be a virtual student and you would like for them to change to face-to-face instruction, you are required to complete the Change from Virtual to Face-to-Face form. This form must be completed no later than Tuesday, September 29 at 12:00 am. If your student is assigned to be a face-to-face student and you would for them to change to virtual instruction, you are required to complete the Virtual Program Registration form. This form must be completed no later than Tuesday, September 29 at 12:00 am. As a recap, the Transportation Commitment form, Change from Virtual to Face-to-Face form, and Virtual Program Registration forms should be completed no later than Tuesday, September 29 at 12:00 am as applicable. These forms can be conveniently found on our school website’s virtual lobby on the School Information stand or our school’s virtual office. This is a hard deadline that will not be extended. Student cohort assignment information and all return to school information will be shared soon. 

Mr. Stenson Lee

Phone: (919) 894-6003

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. Journalism Master of City and Regional Planning 6-9 ELA Certification 6-12 Social Studies Certification

Mr. Stenson Lee

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Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!

    Having lived my entire life in either North or South Carolina, I consider myself a true Carolinian. Roger Talton left England in 1688 for Virginia. He ended up in Johnston County in 1755; my family has been here ever since. I am an alumnus of the University of South Carolina in Columbia where I received a B.A. in Journalism. I also am an alumnus of Clemson University where I earned a Master's Degree in City and Regional Planning. Putting my degrees to work, I became the grants writer, coordinator and administrator for the City of North Charleston, S.C.

   I moved back to N.C. in 1996 and partnered with my father in a family-owned commercial roofing company. Surviving a life-altering burn accident, I took the advice of a very astute, maiden aunt who had always said I should be an educator. So, I obtained licensure through Campbell University and am now very happy to be teaching eighth grade at McGee's Crossroads Middle School. My certifications include high school social studies and middle school language arts and social studies.

   My wife, a nurse at WakeMed, and I were married in Charleston, S.C. and we have one daughter that attends Appalachian State University. We three now live near Benson on a 40- acre farm that has been in my wife's family for seven generations. I am a voracious reader- my favorite genres being historical fiction, historical non-fiction and Southern Gothic.

   When not on our farm or at school, one may find me in Columbia, S.C. with 85,000 garnet and black-clad enthusiasts enjoying Carolina Gamecock football. I also love to "recharge my batteries" among the live oaks, Spanish moss, sea breezes and abundant wildlife found on Edisto Island, S.C., which, to me, is the most sublime of places.

   I grew up in the Cleveland community and attended Cleveland when it was K-8. I also graduated from South Johnston High School. I am excited to be a member of the Mustang family, as faculty. Here's to a fantastic academic year for all students, faculty, and parents/guardians.

Sincerely,

Mr. Lee

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School Announcements

JCPS Announcements

  • JCPS transitions to Plan B for all students

    The Johnston County Board of Education voted to return all Pre-K and EC-Self Contained students to Plan B, four days per week, beginning on Tuesday, Jan. 19. These students will participate in face-to-face instruction on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, with Wednesday serving as a remote learning day. All other students in grades K-12 will remain on Plan C until Monday, Feb. 1.

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  • High School State Assessments FAQ

    This FAQ document was created to provide responses to common or anticipated questions related to high school state assessments for first semester testing 2020-2021.

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  • Innovative Middle School and Program Information

    Fifth grade Students and Parents, are you looking for an innovative middle school or an innovative middle school program? Innovation Academy at South Campus and AVID could offer what you are looking for.

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  • JCPS to Return to Plan C

    Due to Johnston County being designated a “red” county by the NCDHHS, as well as increased quarantines and COVID cases in the school district as reflected on our dashboard, the Johnston County Board of Education voted to have ALL students, including Pre-K and EC self contained, return to remote learning under Plan C, beginning Monday, December 14 through Friday, January 15. Unless the remote learning period is extended beyond January 15th, students will return to the plan that they chose on the Second Semester Choice form on Tuesday, January 19.

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  • High School State Assessments Update

    On December 8th 2020, the Johnston County School Board of Education voted to return to Plan C (Remote Learning), we would like to provide an update to parents and guardians of options to complete state-mandated End-of-Course (EOC) and Career/Technical Education Post Assessment testing.

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