Hall County School Superintendent Will Schofield has announced that he will recommend Mr. Robert Wilson, who is currently the principal of Lyman Hall Elementary, to become the first Principal of Cherokee Bluff Middle School, which is scheduled to open in the 2018-19 school-year. The next meeting of the Hall County Board of Education is a work session, which is scheduled for Monday, November 13, 2017 at the district office beginning at 5:00 p.m.
Currently, Mr. Wilson is Principal at Lyman Hall Elementary School, a position he has held since 2012. He was first employed in the Hall County School District in August of 2010 after having served the previous four years (2006-2010) as assistant principal for curriculum and instruction at McNair Middle School in College Park, Georgia.
Robert Wilson holds an Education Specialist Degree, which he earned form Lincoln Memorial University in 2010, He received a Master’s Degree from Troy State University in 2000 and his Bachelor’s Degree from LaGrange College in 1994.
Robert Wilson and his wife MaryAnna have two sons—Tanner, age 16 is a junior at West Hall High School and Nathan, age 10, a 5th grader at Flowery Branch Elementary. The family resides in Braselton.