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Mrs. Carrie Johnson

Welcome to 7th grade ELA

I am so excited to be joining this Meadow Tribe. This is my first year at Meadow, although I have been teaching in Johnston County Schools for 19 years.  I am looking forward to being back in middle school, after being in high school since 2014. 

 
I have a daughter named Caroline Brooke who will be in K here with me also. She is my only child. My husband, Chad, and I built our forever home on family land in the Meadow community and we have one doggie named, Lilly Pearl. Caroline brings me complete joy every day. I am proud to be her Mommy.
 
DISNEY WORLD also brings me joy! I love to travel and Disney World is my happy place! Cinderella and Donald Duck are my favorites. 
“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” 
 
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 and came back to JCPS in the fall of 2019. I then worked at SSS for 3 years but I have been with JCPS since 2003. 

I love to teach! It is my heart and my passion. I love being in the classroom! I want everyone to succeed and enjoy being in my class so I work really hard to make that happen.

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