Mrs. Catherine Johnson has been an educator for 14 years at Woodland High School in Cartersville, Georgia. She started teaching in 2005 as a Dramatic Arts Educator at Woodland and has won several Region One Act and Literary Competitions and has placed at the State level as well. Following her bliss, Mrs. Johnson, transferred to the Visual Arts Department at WHS in 2009. She is a certified International Baccalaureate Teacher for Visual Art as well as certified in the teaching of Advance Placement 2D Studio and Design, Painting and Drawing and in 3D Sculpture and Pottery. Mrs. Johnson is certified to teach, Visual Arts, English 6-12, Social Science 6-8, and has a Gifted Endorsement. In 2019, Mrs. Johnson became the Fine Arts Department Leader and plans to work with the Fine Arts Department keeping Woodland High School a leader of excellence for all aspects of performance.
Mrs. Johnson holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Kennesaw State University with a major in Painting and Drawing and a minor in Sculpture and Ceramics. Her work has been displayed in several galleries in Georgia, North Carolina, and in New York. She has receive the Modern Woodman Hometown Hero Award, the Bartow County School System Superhero award for her work as the Coach of the PBIS Framework at WHS. Woodland High has been recognized by the State of Georgia as an Operation PBIS School and has a 5 star climate rating thanks to her hard work and dedication to student success.
Mrs. Johnson and her husband, Scott, started dating in high school and have been married since 1985. Their son, Myles and his wife Ashlee, have three beautiful children Korbyn – age 11, Snow – 6, and Legend – 5, all making Mrs. Johnson one proud Grandmother.