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#FacultyFriday: Mr. Tremayne Hall
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Friday, April 12, 2019

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Meet Mr. Tremayne Hall! Mr.Hall is in first year as Assistant Principal at Wilkinson County High School, following 13 years of service within the Districts of Baldwin, Hancock, Wilkinson, and Emanuel Counties. Mr. Hall spent the first ten years of his career as a Special Education Instructor, before being named an assistant principal at Emanuel County Schools. He also served in the US Navy for 12 years.

Mr. Hall grew up in Milledgeville and attended school in the Baldwin County School District, graduating from Baldwin County High School. He received his undergraduate degree from Georgia College & State University. Mr. Hall earned his master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Troy University. He later went on to obtain his Education Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from Georgia College & State University.

Mr. Hall became an educator because he wanted to inspire our youth to go beyond the environment, they saw every day and pursue their dreams to fruition. As an administrator, he continues to strive to be the best for our students and faculty.

During his free time, Mr. Hall enjoys fishing, working with the youth, and spending time with his sons Jordan and Devin.


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