Welcome to a new year of learning and building relationships at East Forsyth!
In our classroom, we provide support that builds the confidence and the skills needed to graduate and get a job working in the community! Depending on the class you take, you may be building your math skills, your career readiness skills, and your self advocacy skills.--Classroom Rules1. Be On Time2. Come to class prepared and ready to work.3. Encourage classmates to make good choices.4. Participate in all the activities.5. Put your electronic devices away, until you are told to take them out.
-I began my teaching career during the 2010-2011 school year at Union Cross Elementary School. I worked in a Social Behavior Support class my first year. Then I went to work in a Core II class primarily with students with Intellectual Disabilities. In the middle of the 2014-2015 year, because of a lack of need for at teacher at Union Cross and a need for a teacher at East Forsyth, I was transferred to work as an Occupational Course of Study Teacher I graduated from UNC-G with a degree in Special Education-K12 Mild/Moderate Disabilities.Mrs. JohnstonFeel free to contact Mrs. JohnstonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 336-703-6735
Last Modified on December 9, 2015