Jason Miller

Our Principal

Dr. Jason Miller


Welcome to our school. Twin Oaks Elementary provides an excellent learning environment for boys and girls in the third, fourth, and fifth grades. We have an outstanding faculty/staff, great students, and wonderful parents who work together to provide the best possible education. As principal, I am privileged to work in a great school in one of the best school systems in Georgia. This is my 24th year working in Lee County and 9th year serving as principal of Twin Oaks. Before coming here, I was an Assistant Principal at Kinchafoonee Primary School and Lee County High School. I also taught Social Studies coached basketball at L.C.H.S. for seven years. I earned my Bachelor and Doctorate degrees from Valdosta State University and my Master of Education degree from Albany State University. I am originally from Edison, Georgia and I am a second generation educator. My wife is Dr. Kerrie Miller and we have three children: Zac, Georgia, and Sadie.

Did you know?

  1. I was once a teacher in the People’s Republic of China.
  2. 2. I enjoy reading, running races from 5K up to marathons, golf, and hunting.
  3. My favorite team is the Atlanta Braves.
  4. I am the world’s fastest principal. Well, the maybe fastest in Lee County. I’m pretty sure that I am faster than our students!
  5. 5. I teach Sunday School and work in the children’s ministry at our church.

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Katie Peppers

Our Assistant Principal

Katie Peppers


Welcome to the Twin Oaks Elementary School family (TOES). Twin Oaks has the privilege of providing a positive learning environment for students in the West Zone in grades three, four, and five. I joined the Twin Oaks Elementary School faculty while student teaching in 2000. After graduating from Georgia Southwestern State University I began teaching at TOES and fell in love with the caring and supportive staff. I taught both 3rd and 4th grade at TOES for 5 years while earning my masters in Education from Troy State University. The next three years I spent in Lexington, Kentucky where I received my National Board Certification in Teaching. I taught 2nd, 3rd, and 5th grade before returning home to Twin Oaks in 2008. I was fortunate to return to 3rd grade and taught for two additional years before my placement as Assistant Principal in 2010. I earned my Leadership endorsement through Valdosta State University and my Specialist through Walden University. I continue to learn each day and believe everyone should be a lifelong learner. I have a supportive husband named David and three wonderful children- Katie, David, and Lilly.
I have an open door policy; feel free to call me or any staff member if we can be of assistance.