Mrs. Johnson's Corner

About Me

Hi! I am Allison Johnson, the Assistant Principal at Jenkins Elementary and Oakwood Elementary. I am originally from Wilkes County in the foothills of NC. My family and I moved to Catawba County in 2016. I am married with two children, a boy and a girl who in fourth and seventh grade, and a mommy to a poodle named Jake. I enjoy spending time outdoors, cooking, reading, music, and being with my family.

I am in my 20th year in public education. In my 20 years, I have taught second, third, and fourth grade, and served as Assistant Principal at Longview Elementary and Southwest Primary, prior to serving the Jenkins and Oakwood communities. I earned my Master’s in Elementary Education and School Administration from Appalachian State University, as well as my Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from ASU. GO APP!!!

I believe that students learn best when students are held to high expectations, have positive relationships with school staff members, and know they are safe within the school. Our Jenkins' students experience all these essential learning components.

This 2021-2022 school year has been a bit more "normal" and it feels so good! We have been able to resume our house competitions, PBIS redemption days for individuals, school wide PBIS quarterly rewards, and our school/house leaders! We have also implemented a cheer crew that welcomes students to school each Monday, Wednesday,and Friday. We are beginning a flag bearer crew, morning news announcers, as well as grade level correspondents. Whew! Amazing opportunities are taking place for our Bobcats!

Virtual Assistant Principal's Office

This is my Bitmoji office. These are a few of my favorite things!

The 4 houses

Here at Jenkins, we use a house system that is superhero themed. When a student enrolls at Jenkins, he/she spins the sorting wheel that places them in their superhero house. This house is the one they stay in throughout their career here at Jenkins. Jenkins staff members are also in a house. When a student earns points based on the SuperHEROES matrix, those points also go towards their house. Each house competes to have the most throughout the year. Rewards are given throughout the year to the house with the most points. For the 2019-2020 school year, AVENGERS won. Which house will win this year?!?!?!


We are a PBIS school here at Jenkins. We have high expectations in all areas of our school that is set forth in our school wide behavior matrix. When our students are following expectations, they earn points. We use LiveSchools to record students earned points. Once they have earned enough points, students can redeem their points during monthly redemption days or can choose to hold them for bigger rewards. Students also work towards being able to attend/participate in the school-wide quarterly PBIS reward.

PBIS is a research based strategy that has been proven to work in positively reinforcing student behavior. Parents can access their child's points also. Ask your child's teacher for access codes. Check out the House News information below!

What HEROES do!

House News 21-22

The first edition of our Jenkins House News for the 2021-2022 school year was published at the end of October. Our second edition was published at the end of December, highlighting November and December point leaders. Our House News is a video publication that shares with everyone the Superhero house that is in the lead, and top earning students overall, per grade, and per house. House News videos are published at the end of each month. Check them out below!

Jenkins House News OCT 2021

Oct ‘21 House News.MOV

Jenkins House News Nov and Dec 2021

Nov and Dec House

Jenkins House News Jan and Feb 2022

Jan and Feb 2022.MOV