Shining Staff Spotlight - Mrs. Crystal Johnson

Shining Staff Spotlight - Crystal Johnson
Today's #ShiningStaffSpotlight – Mrs. Crystal Johnson for Second Grade Teacher NELSD. 
 
Mrs. Johnson is a 1995 graduate of Kenton Ridge High School and is in her 19th year with the district. Currently, she is a second grade teacher at Northridge Elementary School (NRES).
 
Mrs. Johnson has been married to her high school sweetheart, Terry Johnson, for 23 years. Mr. Johnson also works for Northeastern Local Schools (NELSD) in the maintenance department. They have a 13-year-old son, Trey, a seventh-grader at Northridge Middle School, and a seven-year-old daughter, Delaney, a first-grader at NRES. Trey enjoys playing basketball and baseball with his friends. Delaney loves drawing, singing and playing outside with her friends. The Johnson family also has a Labradoodle named Winston, whose favorite activity is taking the family on walks!
 
When she’s not in the second grade classroom, Mrs. Johnson enjoys spending time with her family more than anything else.  She also enjoys going for a nice run or cheering on The Ohio State University Buckeyes. You can also find Mrs. Johnson cheering on Trey and Delaney at their various sporting events or relaxing on the beach in Destin, Florida, and Hilton Head, South Carolina, where they go for their annual family vacations. 
 
Mrs. Johnson has a bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and a master's degree in Classroom Teaching from Urbana University. 
 
When asked what she loves most about working at NELSD, Mrs. Johnson said, “My favorite thing about working in this district would be the amazing staff, students, and families that I get to work with each year. This district is part of a great community that I am blessed to work and live in! I love it here!”
 
Thank you, Mrs. Johnson, for your commitment to the students and staff of NELSD.
 
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