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Administration

Kristin Wilson, Principal

Hello Wildcat Family! I am Kristin Wilson, the proud leader of Wilton Elementary!! I am honored to join a school community where leadership and learning are at the forefront to ensure that all students have an opportunity to grow and thrive.

I am a native of Mecklenburg County, Virginia. I attended Old Dominion University, where I earned a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Master of Science in Elementary Education. After three years of teacher, I attended Liberty University and earned an Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership. Prior to principalship, I served as a teacher, interventionist, instructional coach.

I wholeheartedly believe that all students can learn and it is my goal to ensure that teachers are providing equitable opportunities through quality educational experiences. I am committed  to working in partnership with our families, staff and community to support our students in reaching their maximum potential.

I look forward to learning and growing with our amazing students, dedicated staff, supportive families and community continuing the legacy of greatness at Wilton!!

Michael Spradlin, Assistant Principal

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Hello. My name is Michael Spradlin, and I am excited to start my first year at Wilton Elementary School. 

I have my Bachelor's in History from Brevard College, a Master's in Experiential Education from Minnesota State Mankato, and an additional Master's in School Administration from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. This is my 9th year in Granville County. I have previously served as a Middle School teacher at Northern Granville Middle School and Granville Academy. I then served as the Dean of Instruction at Granville Academy for two years before spending the last year leading the SparkNC program here in Granville County. 

I am very passionate about helping all students achieve their highest potential. Please let me know if I can do anything to support students, staff or families