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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