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Law Approved As New LKMS Assistant Principal

Law Approved As New LKMS Assistant Principal

Brittany Law has been approved as the new assistant principal of Legacy Knoll Middle School, following a vote by the Jackson County Board of Education on Monday night. 

Law will join an administrative team at LKMS that includes principal Dr. Miriam Ledford-Lyle and assistant principal Daniela McLean. 

“Ms. Law’s vast instructional knowledge and passion for supporting families will add to our legacy of serving students as they learn and grow,” Ledford-Lyle said. “We are excited to welcome her to our team.” 

Law is currently an assistant principal at a middle school in Gwinnett County where she oversees connections courses and testing for the entire school. She was previously an eighth grade STEM, English Language Arts and Social Studies teacher at Twin Rivers Middle School in Buford. She has also taught at South Effingham Middle School.

“I am really excited about the growth taking place in Jackson County and the commitment to being a school system that continuously improves,” Law said. “I am really excited to get to work with a new staff, new community. I cannot wait to work alongside Dr. Ledford-Lyle and the team at Legacy Knoll Middle School.”

Law has served on the Gwinnett County Public Schools Literacy Leadership and Assessment Leadership Teams and graduated from the GCPS Teacher as Leaders program, among other leadership duties throughout the duration of her career.

Law holds a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education from Mississippi State University and a Masters of Education in Middle Grades Education from the University of Georgia. Law is currently pursuing her Tier I Certification in Educational Administration and Policy from UGA.