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Carrie Johnson

Welcome to Foundations of Math 1


This is going to be a very special year!!! It will definitely come with its own challenges and celebrations!!! As we begin this year on-line, I’d like to start by saying we will survive this opportunity and appreciate the face-to-face teaching and learning experiences even more than before. So who am I and what is my why???

 I am a Johnston County native. I graduated from South Johnston High, went to Johnston Community College and then obtained my Bachelors degree from Campbell University. I taught at Four Oaks Middle for 10 years and then went to Clayton High to teach high school for 4 years. I got married and we welcomed our daughter, Caroline. I stayed home with her until she turned 3 (last year) and came back to SSS. So this is my second year at SSS but I have been in JCPS since 2003. 

 My husband and I have our almost 4 year old daughter and now we have recently welcomed a little puppy to our home. She is 5 months old and is a designer breed - maltese and shihtzu mix. Her name is Lilly and she looks just like a teddy bear. We enjoy going to the beach.

 I love to teach! It is my heart and my passion. I love being in the classroom and I can not wait to have my classroom full of students. Online teaching is not the same but I’m learning and adjusting as I go. I want everyone to succeed and to enjoy my class so I work really hard to make that happen.

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