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 EXPERIENCES LEADERSHIP AT SARAH COBB ELEMENTARY
EXPERIENCES LEADERSHIP AT SARAH COBB ELEMENTARY

GINA ROBINSON-SCOTT BRINGS VAST EXPERIENCES TO SARAH COBB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
After graduating magna cum laude from Clark College in 1982, with a degree in psychology, Gina Robinson continued her extensive work in special needs education.

As she increased her training, she received her degree in Mental Retardation (P-12), Early Childhood Education, Teacher Support Specialist, Master of Education in Educational Administration and Supervision and Education Specialist in Education Administration and Supervision.

Beginning in 1988, Mrs. Scott served as an Exceptional Student’s Teacher in the Dougherty County Schools. There she developed and monitored individualized education students plans. As her educational career advanced, Mrs. Scott was a Kindergarten Teacher, a First Grade Teacher at International Magnet School in Albany, Georgia and Interim Assistant Principal at Pelham City Elementary School.

Before coming to Sarah Cobb Elementary, Mrs. Scott was Director of Student Support Teams for Pelham City Schools. In that capacity, she analyzed, developed, implemented and tacked intervention plans. She managed, analyzed, disaggregated student test data and progress to elementary and middle school teachers. She developed a research based intervention/strategy guide for teachers and parents. Additionally, she facilitated meetings of students transitioning from special education services to section 504 services. She managed the selection and implementation of research based strategies, differentiated instruction and flexible grouping to teach Georgia Performance Standards. Mrs. Scott guided school instructional improvement efforts by: recommending academic and behavior strategies, observing and evaluating classroom instruction, and using data to evaluate the school’s instructional effectiveness, and assisting staff in developing classroom and school improvement plans.


‘We welcome Mrs. Robinson-Scott to Sarah Cobb Elementary. She brings a vast record of involvement and accomplishments with students at every level. I am sure that her history of educational services will manifest itself at Sarah Cobb,” said Principal Barbara Watford.

In her Assistant Principal’s office, Mrs. Robinson-Scott makes plans for her next visit to the classrooms at Sarah Cobb.

 
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