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We are looking forward to another exciting year at Coralwood. Thank you for joining us.
 
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Would you like to serve on the Principal's Advisory Council?
Principal Advisory Councils are coalitions of parents, guardians, and teachers that serve their school communities at 112 DCSD schools. Councils act as a link between the school and the community, encouraging engagement with stakeholders, increasing transparency, monitoring progress, and participating in the selection of a school’s principal.
Those interested in joining a 2018-2019 Principal Advisory Council can declare their candidacy now until August 31.
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Those interested in joining a 2018-2019 Principal Advisory Council can declare their candidacy now until August 31.
The voting window for 2018-2019 elections will be open September 18 at 8:00 a.m. until September 25 at 5:00 p.m. Electronic ballots will be sent to the email address on file in Infinite Campus for parents/guardians and Outlook for teachers. 
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Coralwood 2018-19 Teacher of the Year
GinGin Stratton
Virginia “GinGin” Stratton

My educational career began in August 1981 at Sky Haven Elementary in Dekalb  County.  I taught fifth, sixth and fourth grade science and social studies (along with math and reading).  I earned my Master’s Degree in Library Media from Georgia State in 1989 and joined Fulton County Schools at McNair Middle School in College Park. I worked at McNair for eighteen years as the media specialist.    After McNair I worked for four years at Evoline West Elementary in Fairburn.  While there I gained my certification in P-12 reading.   After 22 years in Fulton County, I came for an interview at Coralwood.  When I walked in the door I knew that I had truly found home.  This is my sixth year here and I plan to spend as many more as I am able.  Coralwood energizes me and I learn something new every day.  I am thankful to Dr. Castelle for having the faith in me to bring me into this family of the greatest teachers, students and parents that exist anywhere. I have thirty five years in education and I am having too much fun to stop anytime soon!  Thank you so much to the Coralwood family for choosing me to be Teacher of the Year.  

Educational Support I Person of the Year
Staphia Sellers
Staphia Sellers

I am 29 years old.  My birthday is February 10.  I am a Pre-K Paraprofessional. 

I started working at Coralwood March 2015.  I have been married for 3 years.  My hobbies are cooking and arts and crafts.  I love working with children, and seeing them grow and mature while at school is the most rewarding thing for me.


Educational Support II Person of the Year
Joellyn Thompson
 Joellyn Thompson, MS, CCC-SLP
Joellyn Thompson, MS, CCC-SLP received her BA in Psychology from Berry College and her MS in Speech Pathology from East Tennessee State University. She began her career providing play based feeding therapy and early speech/language intervention services in clinical and home settings first in Virginia and then in Florida. In 2014, she moved to Georgia and began working as a speech-language pathologist (SLP) in Dekalb County Schools at Coralwood School. At Coralwood, Joellyn provides speech, language, voice, and fluency evaluations and therapy for qualifying students. Joellyn has a passion for working with children with Autism and children with multi-sensory needs, while helping children learn their best way to communicate. Annually, she organizes and provides training to staff and teachers on “AAC in the Classroom” and “Best Practices with AAC.” In addition to being an SLP at Coralwood, Joellyn is a certified Zumba Instructor. She supports the health and wellness of teachers and staff at Coralwood by providing weekly Zumba fitness classes after school. 
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