Bessie Walton, Director
I love working with children and meeting new people. I have been in early childhood education for 30 years and currently pursuing my Bachelors in Early Childhood Education.
I have been married to my childhood sweetheart for 35 years and we have 3 adult children. I also have 4 wonderful grandchildren who make my heart melt each time I see them.
I have been the Director at this school for 11 years and consider myself fortunate to make a difference in the lives of the children!
Shavannah Campbell, Assistant Director
Hello, my name is Shavannah Campbell. I am a native from Raymond, MS, a small town outside of Jackson, MS. I am the youngest of three girls. I am married to my wonderful husband Marcus Campbell and we have a 20 year old daughter Erica; and a 6 year son Kilahn. I graduated from Raymond High School and later went to pursue my degree in nursing at Hinds Community College Nursing Allied Health. I graduated with my LPN vocational degree in 2005, but I soon realized that was not where my heart was. I always wanted to be a teacher so in April 2009, I began working at Hinds County Human Resource Agency (Head Start). I then decided to go back to school for my education degree and I graduated in 2011 with a Bachelors degree in Childcare & Family Education. After receiving my degree I wanted to advance with the company so I applied for the center administrator position and was promoted. I returned to school in 2012 and received my Masters degree in Early Childhood May 2015. I love working with children because you get to share your knowledge and love with them. There is never a dull moment working with children. Working in this field has taught me how to be more patient and to listen to children when they talk because they will tell you everything you need to know to better understand some of their decisions. When I am not working I enjoy reading and spending time with my family. I recently moved to Round Rock, TX due to a change of job for my husband. I have only been at this school for a short period of time, but I consider this my home and I love working with the children, families, staff, and my colleagues. I plan on growing here and to continue being supportive in any way needed.