Mrs. Mahoney

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Mrs. Mahoney

My name is Vicky Mahoney and I am the new media coordinator at Clayton Middle. I have lived and worked in Johnston County since 2006. I was an elementary education teacher for several years. I received my Master's in Library Science in 2010 from East Carolina University. I was a media coordinator at an elementary school in Clayton for seven years. I am a National Board Certified Teacher. I received the Johnston County Media Coordinator of the Year in 2016. When I am not working I love spending time with my family. We love to travel, try new foods and watch soccer. 

I am excited to be at Clayton Middle School. I look forward to working with the staff and students at CMS! 

 

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