Principal - Camie McGaughey
LES is continuing our tradition of academic excellence. Student achievement continues to be our top priority and we work very hard to meet the individual needs of all our students. We value our parents as their child's first teacher. We know that parents are valuable partners and we encourage our parents to visit our school, consult with our staff and participate in school activities. We also invite you to become aware of what our curriculum has to offer and the resources used to educate your children. We realize that a first rate elementary school education is essential preparation for student's long term success. With your support, Loganville Elementary School will continue to be a positive environment where everyone learns and succeeds. LES truly is a place "Where Eagles Learn to Soar!"
Assistant Principal - Carrie Collins
I grew up in Walton County and graduated from Loganville High School in 1995. After high school, I attended Georgia College & State University where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Community Health and Education in 2000. I took a small break from school and worked at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta as a Patient Educator for about a year until I decided to go back and get my Master's in Early Childhood Education from Piedmont College. I obviously love school entirely too much because after completing that program I went on to get my Gifted Endorsement and my Teacher Support Specialist. Finally, in May of 2010, I finished my days of attending school when I completed my Specialist in Reading Education and my Leadership Endorsement from the University of Georgia - GO DAWGS!!
I have been teaching in Walton County Schools my entire teaching career. I have been on staff at Atha Road Elementary and Sharon Elementary where I taught 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. I was also a Gifted Resource teacher for 2 years at ARES. In 2011, I took a huge leap out of my comfort zone and moved up to YMS to teach the READ 180 Connection Course and after 2 years in working in Reading Connection I was blessed with a new opportunity and began working as a 7th Grade Language Arts Teacher! Now, I find myself back at "Home" at LES where I have taught 2nd grade and I am now serving as the Assistant Principal!
I was honored to be named Youth Middle School Teacher of the Year for the 2015-2016 School Year and I was also unbelievably humbled to serve as Walton County Teacher of the Year for the 2015-2016 School Year.