Mr. Campos loves his job. Coming to school each day to help make a difference in the lives of our students is his favorite part of his job. Mr. Campos has been Principal of Crenshaw Elementary for four years and it has been the highlight of his 23 years in public education. Prior to coming to Crenshaw, Mr. Campos also worked at Hening Elementary, Elizabeth Scott Elementary, and Marguerite Christian Elementary School. Prior to coming to CCPS, Mr. Campos also worked in Hanover County, Tussing Elementary in Colonial Heights and Colonial Heights Middle School. He earned his Master’s degree from The George Washington University and his undergraduate degree is from Mary Washington College. Most of his free time is spent with his family participating in sports, spending time outside, playing board games, and reading.
Ms. Wade is so excited to be working with the Cardinals at Crenshaw!
She began teaching as a first grade teacher during the 1996/1997 school year in Petersburg City Public Schools. A few years later, she began her career in Chesterfield County Schools as a first Grade Teacher at Bellwood Elementary where she spent three years. Ms. Wade continued teaching at various schools and grade levels. In 2007, she had the privilege of being offered a teaching position at Elizabeth Scott Elementary School when it opened. While there, she also taught Title 1 Reading and became the Dean of Students for her last two years before being named the Assistant Principal at Thelma Crenshaw Elementary. Ms. Wade feels that working with the Crenshaw community has been a wonderful experience.