• C Styers

    Welcome to my Classroom

    Mrs. Styers
    Cheryl Johnson Styers
    Email:  cjstyers31@iss.k12.nc.us
    My Classroom Mission

    All students will learn skills that will help prepare them for the future.
    About Me
    photo of Styers

    NIHS class of 1987
    Member of state AAA basketball runner-up team
    1st team All-Piedmont & All-Northwest basketball teams
    2 time All-Conference player
    Chorus member for 4 years
    Beta Club etc.
    NC Elks' Club Scholar
    Elaine Tharpe Feimster Award/Female Athlete of Year
    US Army Scholar Athlete
    UNCG class of 1991
    North Carolina Teaching Fellow
    UNCG Merit Scholar
    UNCG University Marshall
    Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish Honor Fraternity inductee
    Summa Cum Laude Graduate
    Taught at NIHS since 1992
    Girls' basketball coach 1992-1998
    NIHS SIT chair 2000-2003
    NIHS TOY 2004-2005
    ISS Disctrict TOY grades 6-12 2004-2005
    Ben Craig Award winner 2004-2005
    National Board Certified 2010
    NIHS Foreign Language Chair (too many years to count)
    Married to Jeff, captain MFD, chief Central VFD
    Son Devin, NIHS alumnus, MCC student
    Daughter Carlie, 11, 6th grade @ NIMS
    Son Riley, 7, 1st grade @ Union Grove
    Brother Jarred, UNCG class of 2009
    Mom & best buddy Brenda
    I live on a farm in Northern Iredell County,
    close to Linney's Mill.  I have a pond & love to fish!
    All my critters
    Dogs:  Freckles (adorable mutt)   Cammie (mini wiener dog)
              Millie(Basset Hound) Grayson (blue Heeler)
              Sol (short for Solomon) mini wiener dog 
              Korra, Romba & Bonita (blue bassets)
              Socks (Chihuahua mix) 
    Horse:  Hawk 
    Pony:  Apple 
    Mini Horse:  Rusty 
    Parakeets:  Racin & Lemon
    Green conure:  Shelly
    Gerbil:  Ella
    Rabbit:  Creampuff
    Cows:  Red, Fuzzy, Pinky, Katie, Shorty, Kat + calves
    Chickens: 8
    Ducks:  Bossy, Luna, Quackers & Oliver
    Wild critters: geese, deer, turkeys, bunnies, skunks, snakes, squirrels etc. (not named)
    And there's probably a partridge in a pear tree somewhere.