Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year!
I am honored to continue to lead and serve in a school with such a rich history of family tradition and academic excellence. This year our school wide theme will be “Gators Growing Together” as we enter the 2021-22 school year. On behalf of the faculty and staff, I say “thank you” for entrusting us with your children. We take our work very seriously and have prepared for a new year of great learning.
As your principal, it is important to me that each person who enters the doors feels as welcomed and excited to be here as I do. Enon Elementary is well known in our community for creating a tradition of excellence for your child’s educational experience. We remain dedicated to this goal of building a strong and welcoming culture of learning as we welcome back all of our students to a face to face environment this fall. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have about this school year. The best way to reach me is through email Paula_Huffman@ccpsnet.net, the school office phone 804.530.5720 or my mobile 804.310.9331.
Dr. Paula Huffman
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