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Hello Everyone !!!
I just wanted to let you know a little about me. I grew up in Johnston County and attended Johnston County Public Schools. I graduated Smithfield- Selma High School in 2010 and went on to college to pursue a degree. I started at Peace College in Raleigh where I played volleyball. From there I went to Barton College and recieved my Bachelor's in Social Work.
I started working with Johnston County Public School during my senior year of college as an intern. This year I am serving just Selma Elementary as a social worker as well as Community and Family Engagement. This year will be my first full year at Selma Elementary and I am so excited. I look forward to this school year and meeting all the families here at Selma Elementary.
Have a wonderful summer!
The Johnston County Board of Education members will hold a Retreat on Saturday, April 17 as authorized through North Carolina General Statutes. Open Session will begin at 8:30 a.m. at Facility Services Town Hall located at 601 West Market Street in Smithfield. To comply with the governor’s executive order, a limited number of seats will be available to the public. These seats will be granted on a first come, first served basis.
Johnston County Public Schools will hold a Virtual Job Fair on Wednesday, April 21. The event will be held in a Zoom Conference format from 2:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. Candidates will have the opportunity to meet with various school principals about career opportunities in each of the district’s 47 schools.
The online application for the Johnston County Public Schools Preschool Program is now available. Parents who are interested in the JCPS Preschool Program are encouraged to apply early, as availability is on a first come, first served basis. The application window closes on June 30th.
Johnston County Public Schools has updated its plan to mark senior milestones, including prom and graduation while adhering to guidance from the Johnston County Public Health Department and the CDC in regards to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.