Midlands 2015 “Career Specialist” of the Year
Alcyon “Alli” Smalls
Richland One- CA Johnson High School.
The 2015 Midlands Career Specialist of the Year is sponsored by MEBA (Midlands Education and Business Alliance). As a Midlands award recipient, Ms. Alcyon "Alli" Smalls will be among nominees from each of the state’s 12 regions considered for statewide awards. Administered by the South Carolina Department of Education’s Office of Career and Technology Education and the state’s Regional Career Specialists, the awards recognize the important role career specialists play in helping students achieve success. Statewide winners will be announced in May.
Hornets In The News!
Chanda Jefferson, C.A. Johnson biology teacher and some of her students recently participated in creating a video to promote becoming a STEM teacher. Ms. Jefferson did the sound track to Beyounce's "Put A Ring On IT" and the C.A. Johnson students portray students in the class. You can watch the full video
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CHARLES MALLORY AND TYE JACKSON
MR. AND MISS C.A. JOHNSON
The Mr. and Miss C.A. Johnson pageant was a gala event. Over two hundred parents and friends attended to support their favorite contestants. Contestants did a moving opening number dressed in "service uniforms" to highlight their theme, "Lead The Way, Save The Day, Service Starts At Home".
BACKPACK SURVEY IS HERE!
Students please take the backpack survey to indicate whether you want to receive a backpack for your laptop.
C.A JOHNSON STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN HOUR OF CODE Read more...
Saturday Make-up/Tutoring Session Is Here!
Attention students, now is the time to take advantage of our Saturday, Make-up /Tutoring Session. If you need help with EOC, ACT, Math, History, seat time or any subject, come to our Saturday session. Sessions begin at 9:00am and ends at 12 noon. Transportation will not be provided. Hurry, there are only two Saturday's left to take advantage of these sessions.
SOCIAL WORK CORNER
This school year has gotten off to a great start! Did you know that students who attend school regularly are more likely to graduate and find good jobs? In fact, a high school graduate makes, on average, a million dollars more than a dropout over a lifetime. Your education is like money in the bank!
Tips to make the most of your education:
· Attend all classes, every day, ON TIME.
· Make time to meet with teachers when you don’t understand the material.
· When you must miss school, be sure to bring in excuses within 48 hour after you return and get any missed work from your teachers.
· If you miss more than 8 days in a yearlong course or 4 days in a semester course, you may lose credit! There MAY be options for credit recovery, but it is easier to get it done during designated class times.
Remember students, at C. A. Johnson, Attendance Matters!
Mrs. Dixon, School Social Worker
POLICY - HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION OR BULLYING - MARCH_1.pdf
The Richland One School District Announces Its Harrassment Policy
Please Read Attachement.