Mrs. K. Johnson
“Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening Using High Quality, Texts in Every Classroom, Every Day!”
A native Atlantan, I am a proud product of the Atlanta Public School System. I am a graduate of Benjamin Elijah Mays High School, Clark Atlanta University, and Walden University. I have been in the field of education for over twenty years, and I have worked in APS for the past nineteen years.
My career began at the pre-school level where I worked for Clark Atlanta University’s Head start Program. It was there that I developed an interest in urban education, and after six years at the pre-school level, I transitioned to public school. I worked sixteen productive years at John Wesley Dobbs Elementary School, first as a classroom teacher, then as SFA Facilitator, and finally as an instructional coach. My commitment to education is evident by my lifelong work as both a teacher and an instructional coach.
I have supported ELA instruction at Bunche Middle School for the past four years. My daily charge is to equip each teacher on my team with the skills necessary to prepare our students to meet 21st century literacy demands.