Mrs. Camilla Dusenberry

    Summit and Camy


    Welcome to fourth grade!


    When I am not teaching, I am spending time with family in Bozeman, or on the farm with my husband, Tim. The above picture provides a glimpse of my summer life. Unfortunitely, my chocolate lab, Summit, is no longer with our family.

    The newest addition to our family is my daughter, Genevieve! I thoroughly enjoyed spending time with her this past summer. Transitioning back to work this year has been a different experience than in years past. I cannot wait to share this newfound love with my class.  

    For most of my life I called Sioux Falls, South Dakota home. Summers were spent traveling with family. Adventures in the west became my favorite. So selecting a college was no problem for me. I spent my college years at Montana State University in Bozeman, where I earned a B.S. in Elementary Education. Later, I returned to MSU to earn a Master's of Science in Science Education. It’s safe to say, I’m a proud Bobcat fan!

    Straight out of college, I was offered a teaching position back in my home town. It was a wonderful experience; however, the years away from the mountains drove me bonkers. The solution, move back!

    Since I have returned to gorgeous Montana, I have worked as a Family Resource Specialist and taught second and fourth grade. I have found my niche teaching fourth graders at Radley Elementary. 


    Looking forward to a great year,

    Mrs. Dusenberry



Last Modified on September 5, 2018