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All Fulton County Schools will be closed until further notice. For more information, visit the district website.​

Banneker Cluster Student Belongings Distribution
May 14 & 15
10:00 am-2:00 pm

Additional Option

May 18
11:00 am-1:00 pm




April 13
6th | 7th | 8th & 9th |
April 20
Connections | 6th | 7th | 8th & 9th |
April 27
Connections | 6th | 7th | 8th & 9th |

Dear Woodland Middle School Parents,

Thank you for your flexibility and support this week. As you know, our county is working to ensure a safe environment for all students and staff, following all recommendations from the CDC and Department of Health. Because of school closures across the district, our primary method of instruction will be through teacher assigned lessons which will be communicated through Woodland’s Remote Learning Plan. I hope that you will find that our digital options are easy-to-use for you and your child. Please click on the following link for digital resources:  https://www.smore.com/sg6fy.  If you have questions, you are welcome to contact your child’s teacher via email.

Our goal as a school is that our scholars remain actively engaged in instruction during the school day.  Our teachers and administrators will be available to work collaboratively with you and our scholars.  I am sincerely grateful for our families who partner with us to make this community strong for all students. Your support and tenacity are the characteristics that make us unique and create the true meaning of “We are Woodland”.  Please take care of yourself and take care of our scholars. I believe that brighter days are forthcoming.


Dr. Brown


Woodland Middle School

Digital Resource Link for Students

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​I am a native of Foreman, Arkansas, a rural community in the southwest part of the state. I am a product of a single-family home where I was raised primarily by my mother. As a child, some of my fondest memories were from playing school in the backyard with my neighboring friends. I never imagined that the playful activities of my childhood would lead to a career in education.  I graduated from the University Central Arkansas, where I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education. I later graduated from Gardner-Webb University with a Master of Arts degree in School Administration.
I earned a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Leadership with a minor in Human Resources Development from Nova Southeastern University. 
​I have 22 years of experience as an educator. I began my career as a teacher in Pulaski County Special School District in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Early in my career, I moved to Charlotte, North Carolina where I spent 17 years in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS). In 1997, I continued my educational career path as a Special Education teacher at Northwest School of the Arts where I taught middle and high school students. During my tenure as a teacher, I also started my leadership journey. As a school-wide initiative to improve student achievement, I served as the Saturday school administrator at the school in which I taught. In August 2005, I was promoted to assistant principal in a Title-I elementary school within Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. For 10 years, I served in diverse elementary schools throughout the CMS district in the role of assistant principal. Recently, I was selected for an opportunity within Gwinnett County Public Schools in Georgia in 2015 where I served as an assistant principal at Shiloh High School leading the Special Education Department. Through the commitment of strategic leadership and a shared vision among stakeholders, one of my biggest accomplishments was leading the improvement of our graduation rate among students with disabilities from 41% to 56.1% in 2018. I am an instructional leader who is committed to a high level of teaching and learning for all students and staff. My desire is to support those who teach to ensure a quality education and positively influence the lives of students. In doing so, my goal is to foster a safe and warm learning environment that will birth countless opportunities for students and their families to be equipped with the knowledge they need to be successful. I am grateful and honored for the opportunity to serve and impact the lives of our students. 


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6th Grade
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Learn how to refer your child to the
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​Parent/Guardian Representative
Andrea Miller
​Teacher Representative
Kendall Kelly


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Fulton County School leaders know that
communication is critical during this
COVID-19 pandemic and we need to
hear from you.  As promised, included in today’s message are links to two
surveys seeking input specifically from students and parents. The surveys are designed to gather your feedback about what is important to you during this period of remote learning while schools are closed. Please take a few minutes to complete the appropriate survey and share them with other Fulton County Schools family members as necessary. 



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Title I Parent Info Parent Resource Center
Title I School/Parent Feedback Form
Registration Online
School Hours


Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0
Middle School Grades 6-8
Marijuana: What Parent Need to Know About "Marijuana and Drug-Based Edibles"

CALENDAR 2019-2020



Office Hours
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:05 p.m.
Counseling Hours
Monday-Friday  8:30am-4:00pm


Instructional: 8:35 a.m. - 4:05 p.m.
Breakfast: 8:20 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
Breakfast & Lunch are FREE for all students!


Dr. Regina H. Brown, Ed.D.

2745 Stone Road
East Point, Georgia 30344
470-254-2190 (FAX)





Last updated: May 6, 2020

Pam Wolf-Cook
SLC SharePoint Web Support

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