Welcome Mr. William Wilson!
The Houston County Board of Education appointed William Wilson as
principal of Russell Elementary School during the February 28, 2017
called Board meeting.
"I am honored and grateful to be selected as the principal of
Russell Elementary School," said Mr. Wilson "It is great to be a
Patriot! I am extremely blessed and honored to be able to work
alongside Russell's staff, families and community. It will be a joy
to become a member of this school family as we continue to work
toward and celebrate school success."
Wilson has worked in the school system for 16 years and is a
graduate of the system. He was born in Alaska, but moved to Houston
County as a child when his father was stationed at Robins Air Force
Base. He attended Bonaire Elementary, Warner Robins Middle and
Houston County High. After attending Georgia College and State
University, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades
Education as well as master's and specialist degrees in Educational
Leadership. His tenure with the district includes serving as a
fifth grade teacher at Tucker Elementary and serving as the
Assistant Principal of Instruction at Parkwood Elementary. He was
also named the Assistant Principal for Discipline at Langston Road
Elementary and Kings Chapel Elementary in 2014.