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Crewe Primary School 1953 Sunnyside Road Crewe, Virginia 23930 (434) 645-8149


2017-2018 School Supply List

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Bell Schedule

  • 7:35-8:15-Bus and  Car Rider Arrival Time
  • 8:20 Tardy
  • Lunch:
    Pre-K and K- 10:45-11:45
    1st- 11:20-11:50
    2nd- 11:30-12:00
    3rd- 12:10-12:40
    4th- 12:45-1:15

Math and Reading Resources



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Parent Portal


The Parent Portal is an instrumental communication component of PowerSchool that empowers family members to engage, and thereby maintain a stake in each child's education by allowing parents and authorized guardians to access and view attendance, grades, and other information related to the student. (Pearson -- PowerSource)

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Home of the Bobcats
A Note from Sherry Saunders

Mission Statement

crewe principalCrewe Primary School's faculty and staff provide a quality education to all the children in our diverse community. We support, guide, nurture, inspire and encourage students and parents to achieve success. These efforts build relationships that foster productive, successful and caring individuals.

Value Statement
In order to grow a community of life-long learners, the CPS students, faculty, and staff value a supportive learning environment that allows teamwork as well as individuality.

Crewe Primary School is very proud of its student’s achievement in all areas. We work to provide a high quality education in a warm family environment. Our students are excited about learning and strive to do their best. We offer hands-on experiences, demonstrations with real world connections, and we establish a 21st Century culture of learning that prepares our students to be productive citizens in our local community and ever-changing world. In addition, we utilize a variety of strategies using technology, and many incentives to encourage effort and reward achievement.

Reading is a primary focus for Crewe Primary School. We truly believe that our students will be more successful in school and later in life if they are strong readers. To make this happen, a variety of intervention strategies are utilized to meet the needs of each student. We encourage independent reading by rewarding students who read and earn points with special activities each month as well as events at the end of the school year.

Governor Kaine Announces Awards for High-Performing Virginia Public Schools – Crewe Primary School named as one of the Board of Education’s competence to excellence award in 2010!


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Faculty Webs and Staff Contact Information

Principal – Sherry Saunders

Office Staff
Alice Barner - Secretary

Tammy Gaulding-Abel
Cathy Liggon

Michelle Garnett
Liz Lee
Ginger Ward
Kara K. Watts

First Grade
Wartena Somerville
Teresa Glascock
Alexa McMillian
Sabrina Marshall

Second Grade
Amber Owen
Erica Shelley
Teresa Ragland
LIsa Mountcasel

Third Grade
Jane Boettcher
Gwen Clements
John Esposito
Gabi Gil

Fourth Grade
Melissa Abernathy
Janice Hooton
Kristy H. Cole
Linda Jones
Colleen LeMay

Instructional Assistants
Joan Lee
Kelley Downey
Becky Garber

Shonte Braxton
Patricia Spruill 
Tracey Eubanks
Ana-Marie Ferguson


Title I Reading
Jessie Crane
Angela Rainey  

Reading Coach

Special Education
Michelle Crane
Leigh Ann Jones
Tammi Smith
Sherita Wilson

Andrea Shell

Math Coach
Amelia Woodall

Physical Education - Kristen Wilson
Art - Amanda Herring
Music - Clarence Wynn
Library - Jennifer Nelson
Speech - Kerry Neathery

Nurse - Terrese Jennings
Guidance - Madeline Schutt

Migrant/ESL – Nevina Johnson
ESL Teacher - Beth Sorenson

Instructional Technology - Annah Bowen
School Psychologist - Ashley Thompson

Lora Bassfield
Linwood Dagner
Barry Hubbard

Cafeteria Staff
Sandra Ford - Manager
Patricia Bell
Rebecca Shreck
Donna Jennings
Shirley Arrington PT





If you are worried about the well being or safety of an individual or worried about a situation that could endanger anyone at our school, click here to report your concerns. Place your student ID number in the subject line. All information will be kept confidential.





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