Ms. Angel Jackson

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. in Dance Studies and Psychology, Meredith College Masters of Youth Family, and Community Science, North Carolina State University

Ms. Angel Jackson

My name is Angel Jackson, and I will be your 7th grade ELA teacher this year! I am thrilled to be apart of the Railblazer family! I am a Johnston County native from Kenly. I am a graduate of Meredith College, where I pursued a Bachelor of Arts in Dance Studies and Psychology. I am also an alum of North Carolina State University, where I obtained a Master's degree in Youth, Family, and Community Science. Prior to working at Selma Middle, I was a Kindergarten Teacher Assistant at Kernersville Elementary School. I also spent four years as a Residence Hall Coordinator for High School Life at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

I am looking forward to working with the students and families within the Selma community this year. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out via email or phone. Have a wonderful school year, Railblazers!

    • Monday -Thursday Schedule

      • HR 7:55-8:00
      • 1- 8:03-8:48 P
      • 2- 8:51-9:36 P
      • 3- 9:39-10:39
      • 4- 10:42-11:42
      • 5/L 11:45 -1:14
      • Lunch 11:50-12:20
      • 6- 1:17-2:17
      • 7- 2:20-3:20

      Friday Schedule

      • HR 7:55-8:00
      • Hub 8:03-8:48
      • 1- 8:51-9:23 P
      • 2- 9:26-9:58 P
      • 3- 10:01-10:47
      • 4- 10:50-11:36
      • 5/L 11:39-12:55
      • Lunch 11:50-12:20
      • 6- 12:58-1:44
      • 7- 1:47-2:32
      • Clubs 2:35-3:20
       
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