Mrs. Kyon Cobb, Principal

Mrs. Kyon Cobb was named as the next principal of Langston Road Elementary School during the Houston County Board of Education meeting held on January 17, 2023.

Cobb most recently served as an Assistant Principal at Pearl Stephens Elementary School. Prior to that, she was a classroom teacher for 17 years. She has a passion for watching students learn and grow while supporting the needs of teachers.

Cobb earned a bachelor’s degree from Valdosta State University and a master’s degree from Walden University. She also holds two specialist degrees in both Elementary Education and Educational Leadership. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her husband, Sean, and their two daughters named Mya and Marissa.


Dr. Erin Gramley, Assistant Principal of Instruction

Dr. Gramley has worked in the Houston County School System for ten years at both title and non-title schools, the latest of which was Matt Arthur Elementary School. During her time in the district, Gramley has served as a teacher in grades Pre-K, 1st, 3rd, and 4th, as well as serving as the Early Intervention Reading Specialist.

Gramley earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Middle Georgia State University in Early Childhood Education upon her graduation from high school and later earned her Master's, Specialist, and Doctorate degrees from Georgia College and State University and Piedmont College, respectively, in Early Childhood Education and Curriculum and Instruction. 

Along with her education, Gramley is also certified in Early Childhood Education (P-5), Curriculum and Instruction (P-12), Teacher Support and Coaching, Educational Leadership, and as a Google Level 1 Educator.  In 2018 he was named the Teacher of the Year for Matt Arthur Elementary.

Dr. Gramley and her husband, Matt, have been married for ten years and they have three children.


Mr. Curtis Singleton, Assistant Principal of Discipline

Mr. Singleton became the Assistant Principal of Discipline for Langston Road Primary and Elementary in 2023.  Prior to join administration, he was one of the many excellent fifth grade teachers at Langston Elementary School. He has been teaching for many years in Houston County. His experiences include working in grades third to fifth and also providing interventions for students will academic and behavioral needs. Throughout his first years in Houston County, he continued his education achieving his masters and education specialist in Curriculum and Instruction. His passion is to build relationships with students and to model to students that they can succeed with dedication.

As a member of a military family, Singleton can associate his upbringing with being well rounded from robust experiences.  Outside of his vocation, he enjoyed his personal time traveling with his wife.