Camcea Stapinski takes over as principal of North Crowley Ninth Grade after serving in the same role at Sue Crouch Intermediate School for two years. She joined the district in 2012 as an assistant principal at Crowley Middle School. She previously served as a chemical operations specialist in the United States Army and National Guard.
Stapinski has a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and a Master of Education in Educational Administration from the University of North Texas.
Why did you choose education as a career?
It has always been my passion to helps kids and to ensure that all students are given the opportunity to be successful in school and in life. I also want to make sure that we have the best of the best educators spearheading the knowledge that our students are receiving.
Why is education important?
Education creates more opportunities for success for all people. It is the cornerstone of understanding society and its structure and order. It helps us to not repeat mistakes from our history and continue to progress as a nation to become better for all mankind.
Tell us about your family.
I am married and we have two awesome children, Emmani and Keiona. I served eight years in the United States Army and National Guard as a Chemical Operations Specialist. I have also been a volunteer cheerleading coordinator for the Arlington Blue Devils Youth Football Organization.