Camden Station News

Welcome to Camden Station Elementary’s website!


Picture of Camden Station Elementary School Principal Stu MartinI’m Stu Martin, the principal. We hope you find everything you are looking for. If there is any information that can’t be located, please call our office at 502-241-1271.

Camden Station is located in Crestwood on the South Campus of the Oldham County Schools. We are devoted to putting the needs of our students first. We begin this goal by building positive relationships with our students, each other and our families.

Camden also shares the Oldham County Schools’ vision for student learning outcomes in the 21st Century. This vision includes preparing our students with media and technology skills, along with communication and leadership skills. We also believe our students should have daily opportunities to use critical thinking and problem solving skills. Creativity and innovation should also be nurtured and supported throughout the learning process. Our teachers develop these classrooms by establishing Rigorous Curriculum, Student Engagement in Learning, Continuous Assessment, daily Intervention, along with Enrichment and Acceleration.

Students are our number one priority at Camden Station Elementary. Thank you for checking us out on our website, and come back soon!


Camden’s New Assistant Principal, Dana Corson


Camden Station Elementary is excited to introduce their new Assistant Principal, Dana Corson.  Dana has been in Oldham County for a decade, as a teacher at Goshen Elementary and Library Media Specialist at Camden.  She began her teaching career in Michigan, where she is originally from.  Dana has always been passionate about literacy and is continually reading professional texts and researching for good student literature.  She is currently working on her 2nd Master’s degree and is awaiting the outcome of her National Boards certification.  Dana’s second professional passion is researching and finding ways to fluidly integrate technology into instruction.  When she’s not reading or researching, Dana loves spending time with her husband, Scot, and two children, Norah and Benjamin.   


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