The Johnston County school system has named its Outstanding First Year Teacher of the Year for 2013-2014. She is Jennifer Loman, who teaches math at South Johnston High School.
Loman receive a plaque and $500.
South Johnston Principal Eddie Price said Loman uses interactive lessons to keep her students engaged, and she gives her students multiple opportunities each week to receive tutoring and complete missing assignments. Also, Loman builds relationships with her students, often helping them set goals, Price added.
“Ms. Loman is truly an outstanding teacher,” he said.
Other finalists for the award were Kenneth Turner of Cleveland Middle School and Dani Yarborough of Selma Elementary. Each received a plaque and $250.
This year’s nominees are listed below by school.
Archer Lodge Middle – Elizabeth Puckett.
Benson Elementary – Melanie Johnson.
Benson Middle – Elizabeth Adams.
Clayton High – Candace Williams.
Clayton Middle – Paula Jones.
Cleveland Elementary – Lisa Graham.
Cleveland Middle – Kenneth Turner.
Cooper Elementary – Micheline Aoun.
Corinth Holders Elementary – Jennifer Conrad.
Corinth Holders High – Rachel Seay.
Dixon Road Elementary – Casey Dunbar.
East Clayton Elementary – Hannah Weakley.
Four Oaks Elementary – Sarah LaFevers.
Glendale-Kenly Elementary – Angey Nicol.
McGee’s Crossroads Elementary – Lauren Horne.
McGee’s Crossroads Middle – Sandy Mullican.
Meadow School – Sigourney Wells.
Micro-Pine Level Elementary – Charley Batten.
North Johnston Middle – Meghan Pickerall.
Polenta Elementary – Christine Fleagle.
Powhatan Elementary – Alex Canady.
Princeton Elementary – Samantha Medlin.
River Dell Elementary – Robin Dudash.
Riverwood Middle – Carlos Pineda.
Selma Elementary – Dani Yarborough.
Selma Middle – Kelly McQuiston.
Smithfield Middle – Amber Carter.
Smithfield-Selma High – Bridget Correia.
South Johnston High – Jennifer Loman.
West Clayton Elementary – Caroline Trainor.
West Johnston High – Christie Jackson.
West Smithfield Elementary – Lauren Beavers.
Wilson’s Mills Elementary -– Anna Teague.