Congratulations to Lee Ann Robinson who has been appointed as the new assistant principal at Oak Hill Middle School. Mrs. Robinson is a native of Hancock County and has been a resident of Baldwin County for the past thirteen years. She is a 1996 graduate of Baldwin High School. After graduating from high school, she continued her educational journey at Georgia College and State University. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education and Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and is currently pursuing her Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership. Mrs. Robinson has worked in the Baldwin County School District for the past 21 years in a variety of roles from inclusion teacher, general education teacher, EIP teacher, and Lead Special Education teacher. She currently holds Gifted, ESOL, and Reading Endorsements along with Middle Grades certification in Social Studies. In 2017, Mrs. Robinson was selected as the BCSD Teacher of the Year. Lee Ann Robinson is married to Marcus Robinson who is also a graduate of Baldwin High School. Mr. Robinson is the Motor Pool Maintenance Manager at Georgia Military College. They have two children, Kati and Reid Robinson.