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District Headlines & Features
No School on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29
As a friendly reminder, in observance of Memorial Day there will be no school, and the Educational Service Center (ESC) will be closed to the public, on Monday, May 29, 2023. School and district operations will resume Tuesday, May 30, 2023.
Virtual Early Learning Gathering
Join us for a virtual Early Learning Gathering on May 31, 2023
Kindergarten Registration is open for the 2023-24 school year!
Families with a child who will be five-years-old by Aug. 31, 2023, are welcome to enroll their scholar online today.
The Post-lottery Choice enrollment application is open from May 1 – August 31.
Storming the Sound with Salmon Release Event
Following months of raising, FWPS 4th grade students release more than 1,600 salmon fry in local creek.
Preschool Enrollment for 2023-24 School Year
If your child will be three or four-years-old by August 31, consider enrollment into one of our preschool programs!
Hello Camelot families!
My name is Brooke Perry and I am proud to be the principal of Camelot Elementary. Before coming to Camelot, I was the assistant principal at Lake Grove Elementary for two years. Prior to that, I spent four years supporting educators and scholars as an instructional coach. As a teacher, I spent six years teaching 4th, 5th, and 6th grade in the Kent School District. I graduated from Washington State University with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education (2009), from Lesley University with a master’s degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (2014), and from Western Governors University with a master’s degree in Educational Leadership/School Administration (2020).
When not at work, I stay busy raising my spunky three-year-old daughter with my husband. I have first-hand experience of the time, patience, and love it takes to raise a family and it has only further confirmed my belief in the importance of having a village of support. At Camelot, we want to be part of your village, therefore every decision I make as a principal will be in-service of your child, your family, and the Camelot community as a whole.
Camelot is such a spectacular place with so many fun traditions and overall strengths! This year, our work will be guided by the theme "Being Deeply Known". We recognize the impact that a safe and positive relationship between all members of a school community has on the academic and social success of our scholars. Knowing that, our staff is committed to creating welcoming learning environments that foster a strong sense of belonging for all scholars; where they are known by more than just their name, but by the unique qualities that make them inherently valued.
We are looking forward to a year of many social and academic successes for our scholars, and working together to be deeply known.
Principal, Camelot Elementary