6401 West Highway 146
Crestwood, KY 40014
Principal: Stu Martin - stu.martin @ oldham.kyschools.us
Office Manager: Charlene Jennings - charlene.jennings @ oldham.kyschools.us
Counselor: Brittany Ford - brittany.ford @ oldham.kyschools.us
School Based Decision-Making Council: Yes
Number of Students/Attendance Rate/Dropout Rate: 436/ 96%/ 0%
Number of Certified Staff: 32
Number of Classified Staff: 7
School Hours: 7:50 a.m. - 2:25 p.m. Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Before School Child Care: 6:30-7:30 a.m.
After School Child Care Hours: 2:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Mission Statement: The mission statement of Camden Station Elementary School is to uphold a challenging curriculum of high standards to promote continuous student growth for every child.
Transportation: Provided for students that reside more than one mile from school.
School Awards/Teacher Awards: 2002 Kentucky Pacesetter School, Kentucky Blue Ribbon School; Welcoming School Award, Merit Media Award, Guidance Program Excellence Award-KACD; 2003 Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year- Rene’ Larkin; 2006 Wal-Mart teacher of the Year- Julie Scott; National Board Certified Teachers- Stacey Dziedzic, Jennifer Moberly, Shari Kortum, Kate Osborn
Special Programs: Full-day Kindergarten; Extended School Services offered during the school day; Before & After school /Summer Child Care; Enrichment Clubs; Accelerated Reading and Accelerated Math; Star Reading and Star Math; Early Literacy; Computer Lab
Extra Curricular Activities: Scouts; 5th Grade Cheerleading and Basketball; Chorus; Student Council; Student Technology Leadership Program; Writing Club; Science Club; Art Club; Governor's Cup; Presto Strings; Climbing Wall; High Ropes; Cross Country
Technology Information: All classrooms are equipped with Dell Intelligent systems and have access to integrated software programs, Internet, e-mail, and a variety of educational software packages. Each classroom has at least two networked computers. The Library Media Center is fully automated for circulation, inventory, and cataloging. The Library Media Center also has the Intelligent Classroom equipment installed. Content related software is also available for checkout to the classrooms. Additional technology available through the Library Media Center includes scanners, digital cameras, projection devices, document cameras, video editing software, and video input/digitizing software. The school and Library Media Center feature a full range of research and instructional tools that meet state and national standards. The Library Media Specialist/School Technology Coordinator helps coordinate technology use within the school.