Jacki Robinson

Phone: 304-748-7760

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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts in Education, Biology 9-12 Bachelor of Arts in Education, General Science 5-12 Master of Arts in Administration, Principal and Superintendent AP Biology Certification ALC Certification

Jacki Robinson

Mrs. Robinson, known to her students as Ms. Rob, has been a resident of Brooke County for 35 years.  She moved to Brooke County when her husband was hired as a special education teacher and football coach at Brooke High School.  The first thirteen years she spent as a stay at home mom, but she kept busy.  Mrs. Robinson spent time at the former Carver School, helping out when she was needed.  As her children began attending school, she became a homeroom mother and got involved with the PTA.  Mrs. Robinson was also a Girl Scout leader.

Mrs. Robinson returned to college in August of 1995.  After her graduation in 2000, she worked as a substitute in both Brooke County and Ohio County.  In 2001, Mrs. Robinson was hired for a full-time position in Ohio County.  For seven years, while employed at Wheeling Park High School, Mrs. Robinson taught Biology, Honors Biology, AP Biology, Chemistry I, Chemistry I Honors, Microbiology, and Zoology.  Five of those years, she also held the position of head swim coach. 

In 2008, Mrs. Robinson came to Brooke County Schools.  Her seven years at Brooke High School were spent teaching Biology, Biology Honors, Biology II, Earth Science, Environmental Science, and Physical Science.  She also served as Assistant Athletic Director for two years and Athletic Director for two and a half years.  

In 2015, Mrs. Robinson became the Department Chair at the Brooke County Alternative Learning Center (ALC) and she also took on the position of ALC-PM instructor.  Mrs. Robinson enjoyed working with the students and other instructors at the ALC.  Every day was always different and brought new challenges.

In 2017, Mrs. Robinson was approved as principal of Lauretta B. Millsop Primary School.  She started her new position in mid-September and spent the remainder of the year at the school.  Working at the elementary level was quite a new experience and Mrs. Robinson was happy to work with such a friendly, welcoming, and knowledgable staff.