Degrees and Certifications:
Sardavia Williams graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of North Carolin at Greensboro where she received a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration: Social Entrepreneurship. While attending UNCG, she was a member of Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, performing in the top 10% of her junior class. She also served as vice president of Community Service and Pledge Education of Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity. During her undergraduate years, Sardavia spent time advising, tutoring, and mentoring middle school students with Empowering Youth through Education Program, as well as her peers as a Student Success Assistant with the University's special support TRIO program. In 2012, Sardavia joined Teach For America in Eastern North Carolina where she served as a 6th-8th grade math teacher, and in her second year she served as a Math 1 teacher. In this second year, she led in her district with 98% proficiency on the EOC. Sardavia has also taught math intervention, and served as a Dean of Culture, Dean of Students and Math Curriculum, and Manager of Teacher Leadership Development within a public school, charter school, and as a TFA staff member. Her current role at Riverwood Middle School is Math Intervention teacher. It is Sardavia’s lifelong goal to lead transformative experiences for student growth in high need communities.
Virtual Office Hours
I am available to assist with questions or concerns about material or in general at the following times...
6th Grade - Tuesday 10am-11am
7th Grade - Tuesday 11am-12pm
8th Grade - Wednesday 11am-12pm
Monday - 1pm to 2pm
If you need help at a different time, please email me to set up a time for an appointment.
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Johnston County Public Schools has begun planning three possible reopening plans for the 2020-2021 school year in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Based upon recently released documents provided to all school districts...