Jamie Woosley has been announced as the principal of WCPS’ newest school, Jennings Creek Elementary, opening in the fall of 2018. Mr. Woosley has a long and successful history as an educator dating back to 1998 when he joined WCPS as a teacher at Greenwood High School. He spent more than a decade in the classroom before transitioning to administration in 2008 as the assistant principal of Rich Pond Elementary. He was named principal of South Edmonson Elementary School four years later in 2012.
“We look forward to welcoming Mr. Woosley back to the WCPS community as the principal of our newest elementary school,” stated Superintendent Rob Clayton. “Opening a brand new school is a unique professional opportunity and Mr. Woosley’s vision for student success will serve our community well. His track record of establishing positive relationships with students, staff, and parents will benefit our students during their transition to a new school. I am confident that his values as an educator will align themselves with our district priorities of ensuring safety, achievement and opportunity for every student.”
Jennings Creek Elementary will become the district’s fifteenth elementary school and its twenty-third traditional school. The 90,000 square-foot facility will accommodate up to 750 students in the Warren Central corridor and is located on Russellville Road adjacent to Henry Moss Middle School.
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