Degrees and Certifications:

High School: Hardin-Central C-2 B.S. in Secondary Education Social Studies: University of Central Missouri

Mrs. Johnna Dunwoodie

Hello! My name is Johnna Dunwoodie, and I am so excited about my second year as the Jr. High ELA teacher, HS History teacher, and the class of 2026 sponsor at Braymer C-4! This will be my first year as the Jr. High and Varsity Scholar Bowl coach and National Honor Society sponsor as well. This is going to be such a great year! GO BOBCATS!

1st hr: Economics

2nd hr: Government

3rd hr: 7th ELA

4th hr: 8th ELA

5th hr: Plan

6th hr: Government

7th hr: 9th grade American History

Here is the Selection procedure for NHS

Section 1.  The selection of members to this chapter shall be by a majority vote of the faculty council which consists of five faculty members appointed by the principal. The chapter adviser shall be the sixth, nonvoting, ex officio member of the faculty council.

Section 2.  The selection of active members shall be held once a year during the second semester of the school year. Only students in grades 10th-12th are eligible to apply for selection.

Section 3.  Prior to the final selection, the following shall occur:

a. Students’ academic records shall be reviewed to determine scholastic eligibility. Braymer High School NHS chapter's cumulative GPA requirement is a 3.5 on 4.0 scale.

b. All students who are eligible scholastically (i.e., candidates) shall be notified and asked to complete and submit the candidate information form for further consideration. 

c. The faculty shall be requested to evaluate candidates determined to be scholastically eligible using the official input form provided by the chapter adviser. 

d. The faculty council shall review the candidate information forms, faculty input, candidate essay and other relevant information to help determine their vote.

Section 4. Candidates become members when inducted at a special ceremony. This special ceremony is generally held at the Braymer C-4 student honor night, which is held in April of each year. 

Section 5.  An active member of the National Honor Society who transfers from this school will be given an official letter indicating the status of his/her membership.

Section 6.  An active member of the National Honor Society who transfers to this school will be automatically accepted for membership in this chapter.  The faculty council shall grant to the transferring member one semester to attain the membership requirements and, thereafter, this member must maintain those requirements for this chapter in order to retain his/her membership.