Mrs. Crumpton is originally from the BBQ and Blues city of Memphis, Tennessee. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Memphis, Master’s Degree from Troy State University, Education Specialist Degree from Argosy University, and Educational Leadership Certification from the University of North Georgia. Upon moving to Georgia in 2001, Mrs. Crumpton began her teaching career with the DeKalb County School, teaching middle school special education for five years. She then taught middle school special education for eight years combined in Henry County and Gwinnett County. Mrs. Crumpton then served as an IST with Fulton County Schools from 2014-2021. Mrs. Crumpton was named Assistant Principal at Centennial High School during the 21-22 school year, and she is excited to join the CHS family.
Outside of work, Mrs. Crumpton is a wife and mother. Her favorite pastimes are spending time with her family, hiking with her dog, shopping, cooking, and gardening. Mrs. Crumpton is also an advocate for inclusive education, and she believes that with a positive attitude, a growth mindset, and a willingness to simply try, anyone can achieve great things!