Meet Mrs. Landreau!

A proud graduate of Florida State University and University of Colorado, Carolyn Landreau began her teaching career with Fulton County Schools in 2004 at Northwestern Middle School. She also received an Education Specialist degree from Valdosta State University in 2014. After 8 years as the Orchestra teacher at Northwestern, she became a Centennial Knight in 2012 running the Centennial High School Orchestra program. During her 17 years with Fulton County Schools, she has held a variety of leadership positions including Fine Arts Department Chair and Fine Arts Support Teacher for Orchestra for Fulton County Schools. Through her leadership roles, she has served as the Lead Curriculum Architect for Standards Mastery Framework for Orchestra, presenting professional learning, monitoring county spending projects and supporting the work of the Fulton County Schools Fine Arts Department. In addition to her work within Fulton County Schools, Landreau has also served in a variety of district and state leadership positions within the Georgia Music Educator’s Association. Landreau has presented Professional Learning presentations at the Georgia Music Educator’s Association In-Service Conference, the Indiana Music Educator’s Association State Conference, the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic, and the American String Teachers Association National Conference. Mrs. Landreau also contributed four Teacher Resource Guides for the most recent publication of Teaching Music Through Performance in Orchestra, Vol. 4.


Mrs. Landreau is an Assistant Administrator for Centennial covering the areas of 504, RTI, and Student Success Skills. Mrs. Landreau is also the AP Coordinator- managing AP Testing, SAT and ACT administration. Mrs. Landreau’s husband, James Landreau, is an Assistant Administrator and Magnet Coordinator at North Springs High School. The Landreaus are the proud parents of Alexandra (12) and Carson (8), as well as our four feline furbabies- Ivey, Miguel, Reeses & Ryu.