Degrees and Certifications:
BA in Elementary Education-UNCW MA in Elementary Education-Campbell University
Mrs. Meredith Clawson
Hello Friendly Frogs!
My name is Meredith Clawson and I will be your child's Kindergarten teacher this year. This will be my 21st year teaching, all of which have been at Cooper. I graduated from UNCW in 1999 with a BA in Elementary Education and obtained my master's degree from Campbell University in 2005. I have taught first grade, second grade, and this will be my 7th year teaching Kindergarten. I am married to Rusty Clawson, who is the Street Supervisor for the Town of Clayton. We have 2 children, Ally (16) who will be a junior at Clayton High School this year and Colby (14) who will be a freshman at Clayton High, both of which attended Cooper. My kids keep me busy with horseback riding and soccer. We have 2 horses, a cat named Bogey, and a very spoiled Blue Heeler puppy named Suede. Teaching has always been my passion and first love and I cannot wait to meet your precious kids. This year is going to be awesome and your child will be in great hands each day! We are going to have a fabulous time leaping into learning at Cooper Academy! My door is always open and I welcome any questions or concerns that you may have!
Mrs. Clawson's Daily Schedule
8:30-8:35- Morning Announcements
8:35-9:00-Morning Meeting/2nd Step
2:45-3:00-Pack and Snack
3:00-3:25- Choice Read and Relax
Here are some fun resources and youtube things to search that we will be using this year in our classroom. Happy Learning!
Have fun teaching
Starting on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 rising 6th graders from Cooper Academy can register for elective classes on the Riverwood Middle School website. The link on the front page of their website will offer elective course descriptions, expectations, and directions on how to complete the google form.
THURSDAY, JULY 2, 2020
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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...