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Meet your Administrative Team
Jennifer Proctor / Principal ----- Diane McLean / Asst. Principal K & 1st ----- Jodie Long / Asst. Principal 2nd & 3rd ----- Elizabeth Hopkins / Asst. Principal 4th & 5th
Jennifer Proctor - Principal
Jennifer Proctor - Principal
I live in Quicksburg with my husband, Scott and two children Justus and Lilly. I have lived in Shenandoah County most of my life, I moved here in 7th grade from Florida. I went to Stonewall Jackson High School. After high school I went to EMU for my bachelor's degree, UVA for my Reading Specialist degree and JMU for my Administration degree. I have taught PK - high school. I love being principal at WWR. The best part of the day is when I get to see the kids and spend time with them in their classrooms.
Diane McLean - K & 1st
Diane McLean - K & 1st
I was born and raised in South Williamsport, PA; Home of the Little League. I've taught in North Carolina, Louisiana, Texas, and Oregon before moving to Virginia. I was the Special Education Coordinator for SCPS from 2013-2016 at which time I left to gain more experience in building level administration and became the Principal of a Private Day School. When the opportunity to return to SCPS as the Assistant Principal of WWRES became available, I jumped on it! I currently live in Broadway with my husband and our beautiful Husky, Sadie. I love the outdoors, animals, and cooking with my husband. The best part about being at WWRES is walking down the hall and getting hugs and high fives from the students!
Jodie Long - 2nd & 3rd
Jodie Long - 2nd & 3rd
Hi W. W. Robinson Parents, Teachers, and Community!

I’m super excited to join your school TEAM, and I look forward to working with you to do the best job possible as your new second and third grade assistant principal. I began my career in August of 1997 as a special education teacher in Grant County West Virginia. In 1998 I transferred to Hardy County West Virginia where I was a resident and varsity cheerleading coach. I continued teaching special education during the 1998 school year. In 1999 I moved to Moorefield Elementary School as a Reading specialist, and in 2000 I transitioned to kindergarten. Working with my own class all day long was so very enlightening for me as a new educator. Watching my students grasp new concepts and achieve success in so many areas was exactly what I wanted to do each and every day. In 2001 I was hired as a second grade teacher at Moorefield Elementary, and this is the position I kept and enjoyed for the next seventeen years. In 2017 I made the decision to go back to school and pursue my Master’s of Science degree in Educational Leadership. During my graduate program, I spent over 300 hours completing administrative duties at the elementary and high school levels. It was during this time that I decided to pursue a career in administration. Last year I made the decision to leave West Virginia and join the Winchester Public School system in Virginia as a sixth grade English/Language Arts teacher. Upon completion of the school year, I was very excited to apply for the position of Assistant Principal at W. W. Robinson Elementary. Spending 19 of my 22 years teaching at the elementary level, it was my desire to begin my administrative career in a primary school. W. W. Robinson seems like a perfect fit for me, and I’m very excited to share what I’ve learned during my years in the classroom with new and seasoned teachers in order to assure that our students are receiving the best education possible. As your new Assistant Principal, I feel that bridging the gap between the school classroom, school office, and home is of the utmost importance. Teachers, parents, and administrators working cohesively allow for the most efficient TEAM when focusing on student success within our school system. I welcome your questions and concerns as they arise, and I promise to communicate openly with you as necessary. I am the mom of three boys ages 6, 15, and 17. As a parent, I have been on both sides of the education spectrum. I understand the struggles that parents face, and I certainly understand the importance of open communication with school personnel in order to take a proactive approach to address the needs of our children. As a veteran teacher, I also understand the struggles that teachers face when working with students of all ability levels. There is always something new being added to our “to do” list when there seems to be little time to complete what is currently “on our plate.” I’ve been in the trenches, and I wholeheartedly understand this. I look forward to helping make those struggles more manageable while encouraging teachers to build upon their individual strengths within the classroom. This is a team effort, and I’m here to help, encourage, listen, advise, and celebrate with teachers and parents alike.

Again, I look forward to a school year full of open communication and student success.

Jodie Long
Elizabeth Hopkins - 4th & 5th
Elizabeth Hopkins - 4th & 5th
Mrs. Hopkins is the new assistant principal for grades 4-5. She has experience as a fifth grade teacher, K-5 instructional coach, and as an acting assistant principal. Mrs. Hopkins attended James Madison University (go Dukes!) for her undergraduate and graduate degrees in education. One of Mrs. Hopkins' passions is teaching reading and she graduated from UVA's Curry School of Education with her reading specialist endorsement. She enjoys reading, running, and going to the beach with her family. Mrs. Hopkins is excited to start a new school year and support students, staff, and the Shenandoah County community in every way possible!