WELCOME BACK from Mrs. McCauley!
I am so excited about continuing to serve as the Assistant Principal at Brushy Creek Elementary School . Before earning the position here at Brushy Creek Elementary School, I served as the Administrative Assistant at Berea Elementary School for 3 years. Prior to the start of my career in administration, I was a classroom teacher for 13 years. I taught at Woodland Elementary School for seven years. Before moving over to teach at Woodland, I taught at Grove Elementary School for six years. I have taught 2nd, 3rd, and 5th grade. This year marks my 18th year in education.
I look forward to continuing to serve at BCES. If I can be of any assistance to you, please feel free to call me (355-5411) or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I am looking forward to another successful year at Brushy Creek Elementary School.
Dr. Sonya B. Campbell is an assistant principal at Brushy Creek Elementary. She has 31 years of educational experiences, and firmly believes in a strong school to home connection. Along with the excitement to be part of the BCES family, she realizes the responsibility to embrace, engage and empower the students, as well as have a positive impact with staff, families and the community.
During Dr. Campbell ‘s educational career she has held the following positions: 1st grade teacher, 2nd grade teacher, reading teacher, SPED teacher, assistant principal and principal. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Education from University of Central Missouri, a Masters of Education in Elementary Education and a Masters of Education in Learning Disabilities from Drury University, a Specialist of Educational Administration from Missouri State University and a Doctor of Educational Leadership from Saint Louis University.
No matter the role within education or grade she had taught, Dr. Campbell, always return to her core values, which includes the idea that education is a social right-- not a privilege. Education is the great equalizer, an instrument to change the world. To make a positive impact towards equity and excellence in our schools so our students will make their own positive and lasting impact in life and in our world. Her educational philosophy come from an African Proverb, which guided her though her career. “If you give a child a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teacher a child to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.”