Fairfield County School District Welcomes New Faces

Mary Combs-Bramlett

J. Christopher DInkins

Kathy Woodard

Webster Anderson

The School District of Fairfield County welcomes new principals and administrators. For the upcoming school year, the district has two new faces that will lead schools: Myra Combs-Bramlett at Geiger Elementary School and J. Christopher Dinkins at Fairfield Career and Technology Center. Two administrators whose faces aren’t quite new to the district have been placed in new positions. Kathy Woodard is the principal of Kelly Miller Elementary School and Webster Anderson is the Director of Student Services.

Myra Combs-Bramlett received a Bachelor of Science in Education from Louisiana State University and a Master of Arts Degree in Education Administration and Supervision from Southern University. She has served as a classroom teacher, enrichment tutor, academic coach, and an academic advanced teacher.

This past school year she served as Assistant Principal. Mrs. Combs-Bramlett is an astounding curriculum leader who has the ability to move Geiger Elementary forward. She will be an asset to Fairfield County School District, Geiger Elementary, and its students.

J. Christopher Dinkins received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of South Carolina-Aiken, and a Master in Arts in Education Leadership and Administration from Jones International University. Mr. Dinkins started his career in the public sector where he served as staff accountant, senior financial analyst, and an assistant manager. He entered the education field as a Career and Technology Business Education Teacher and taught for five years.

Mr. Dinkins has served as an Assistant Principal, Assistant Director in a Career Center, and a Career and Technology Director. He is a curriculum and visionary leader who has innovative ideas that will bring a fresh perspective to Fairfield County School District and Fairfield Career and Technology Center. He brings a wealth of diverse experience.

Mrs. Kathy Woodard received a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Columbia College and Master of Arts Degree in Education Administration from the University of Phoenix. She has served the students in Fairfield County with excellence and pride since 2002.

While serving as a teacher at Fairfield Magnet School, Ms. Woodard shined as a curriculum leader and as an “acting” administrator while the principal was out on extended leave.

Mrs. Woodard’s excellent track record, was celebrated in 2010 when she was awarded District Teacher of the Year, contributing to a promotion as Assistant Principal at Fairfield Elementary School.

She has served as Assistant Principal for the past two years and has performed superbly. Mrs. Woodard is ready for more responsibility, and will be great in the position of principal at Kelly Miller Elementary School.

Webster Anderson received his Bachelor of Arts from University of South Carolina-Coastal and a Master of Arts in Administration from Regent University. He has served Fairfield County School District as a teacher at Fairfield Central High School Assistant Principal at Fairfield Middle School, Director at Gordon Odyssey Academy, and Assistant to the Director of Student Services.

Mr. Anderson is extremely knowledgeable in special education and has an in depth understanding of student safety and discipline.

Mr. Anderson is a collaborative leader who possesses the knowledge and talent to transform the Student Services Department.

He has proven himself as a great administrator, and he will continue to be beneficial to Fairfield County School District.

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