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Subjects Taught
Business Management, Computer Applications, Personal Finance


Graduate of Central High School,  Columbia, TN

        Class of 1977

Graduate of Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN

       Class of 1981,  Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Education

Certified in Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Certified in CPR

Additional training in Suicide Prevention and Blood Borne Pathogens










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I have been employed with Marshall County Board of Education for the past 23 years.  I started my teaching career at the Alternative School which was previously located at the Board of Education on Jones Circle.  After two years at the Alternative School, I transferred to Marshall County High School. Here I taught Keyboarding and E-Commerce to 9th-12th graders for two years.  In an effort to enhanced the Keyboarding skills of students prior to attending high school, I was transferred to Lewisburg Middle School for three years.

Presently, I am happily back at Marshall County High School. Classes that I have previously taught are Advanced Computer Applications and Interactive Multimedia.  Courses that I am currently teaching include Computer Applications, Personal Finance, and Business Management.

Co-sponsor of Future Business Leaders of America.

Chosen as Renaissance Teacher of the Year - 2017-2018.

Freshmen Class Sponsor







Greetings! I am Melodia Ann Johnson. I am originally from Columbia, TN.  I am married to Curtis Johnson who was chosen 2018 Citizen of the Year. My daughter, Candice, lives in Columbia and is employed at the Health Department as the regional WIC coordinator. My son, McKedren, formerly assisted at MCHS, and now is employed at Berry Plastics in Lewisburg. 

Curtis and I have four beautiful grandchildren, Keelyn, Kyler, Abryelle, and McKari. I love teaching, traveling, reading, and loving on my grandchildren. I am a true sports fanatic, having played basketball and softball in high school!


One of my favorite quotes:

"I’ve learned that no matter what happens, or how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow." Maya Angelou