Amy Wade Named Principal at West Hall Middle
Superintendent Will Schofield announced today his intent to recommend Amy Wade as the next Principal of West Hall Middle School. The recommendation will be made at the Monday, June 12, 2023 board meeting.
“I am honored and humbled to be able to join the team of educators at West Hall Middle School” said Wade. “I look forward to working alongside the educators and students and continuing the long-established tradition of hard work and the commitment to excellence for which the Spartan community is known. I am eager to return to middle school, to meet everyone, and to start planning for a great year. I am excited and grateful to be a Spartan!”
Wade began her career as a special education instructor, teaching in Fulton, Whitfield, and Lumpkin Counties. She was an Assistant Principal at both Lumpkin County Middle and Lumpkin County High Schools. Since 2020, Wade has been the Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction at Johnson High School.
“Amy Wade has many strengths as an educational leader, but in particular we are impressed with her strong instructional background,” said Superintendent Will Schofield. “She and the faculty at West Hall Middle School both understand that a culture of compassion and high expectations is key to student learning. Knowing this, we can’t help but be excited for the students and community.”
Wade has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Special Education and an Ed.S. in Teaching and Learning with an Educational Leadership Certificate Add-on. She is married to Garrett. They have 4 children and one grandson.