Director of Day School
Camela Nixon received her BA in Biology and Chemistry from UNCG. She obtained her teaching certification from Greensboro College and taught in public schools for 16 years, including 10 years as a kindergarten teacher, 3 years teaching 4th grade and 3 years teaching 6th grade. Camela has worked at Central Church Day School for 4 years as a preschool assistant, kindergarten assistant and 4 year old teacher before becoming the Director.
Camela grew up attending Farmer Methodist Church and was saved in an Assembly of God church, where she was a member for 20 years. Currently, she and her husband Mike are members of Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church in Asheboro, NC.
- Volunteering in classrooms (i.e. music, art, reading, etc.)
- Sharing talents weekly/monthly at day school (music, art, cooking, etc)
- Blessing teachers for teacher appreciation week
- Donating items/money for yearly auction
- Donating supplies such as baby wipes, paper towels, hand sanitizer, Clorox Wipes
- Participating in envelopes for angels by “adopting” or “sponsoring” a child in the day school
- Bringing farm animals for Farm Day at the day school
- Passing out fliers at large events to advertise the day school (next event is drive thru trunk or treat)
- Passing out church information to parents as they enter the school in the mornings (information on church services, times, available programs)
- Participating in yearly auction by attending, cooking, designing tables, etc. (march)
- Praying for teachers and writing encouraging notes and emails
WHAT PEOPLE SAY:
"Camela is passionate and innovative about educating and ministering to the children in our Day School and their families. We appreciate the wonderful life and spiritual training she provides."
"Camela has done outstanding work for the Central Day School during the pandemic. She has led the way for the Day School to institute a comprehensive health and safety protocol for the children, parents, and staff. Camela helped to plan and implement a summer program for the Day School which was instrumental in allowing children to safely return to their opportunities for academic, spiritual, and social development in a safe manner. Being the director of an educational program in the COVID-19 is certainly not easy (just ask any school principal, superintendent, or teacher right how) and Camela has given exemplary leadership to the Central Church Day School in this uncertain and unprecendented time!"