Who We Are

Xyzzy Godfrey

Welcome Center · Principal
xgodfrey [at] campbellusd.org


Master of Arts in Educational Administration, Santa Clara University
Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, San Jose State University

About Me:

I am passionate about the influential role education can have on our youth. I believe we can make a difference by implementing engaging, rigorous academic instruction set within a positive classroom environment. I truly enjoy the opportunity to support not only our staff, but also students' achievement.

Hailey Dominguez

A3 · Teacher Grade 1
HHamilton [at] campbellusd.org

Teacher, Learning Designer, Life Long Learner

Mrs. Dominguez joined Campbell School of Innovation's 1st grade team in 2019. Together with her colleagues she provides opportunities for students to collaborate, create, grow, and become empowered through learning and design.

“Teaching students to think critically, empathize, identify problems, and communicate is guiding them to be future leaders and innovators.”

Mrs. Dominguez earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies, a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, and a Master of Arts degree in Curriculum and Instruction from San Jose State University.

When she isn’t teaching Mrs. Dominguez enjoys hiking, reading, and spending time with her family and pets.

Amanda Haughs

C7 · Computer Science
AHaughs [at] campbellusd.org

Campbell School of Innovation Teacher Amanda Haughs is known for “thinking outside the box”. As a Digital Innovation ToSA (teacher on special assignment) for Campbell Union School District, she has supported teachers seeking new ways to engage all students in meaningful and authentic cross-curricular learning.

Haughs is passionate about developing students’ creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. She is a leader in integrating digital tools and computer science education into elementary classrooms and using technology to personalize and enhance learning. Prior to her ToSA role, she was a teacher in the Campbell Union School District.

She is a 2015 PBS LearningMedia Lead Digital Innovator, 2016 Silicon Valley CUE Outstanding Educator, Google Certified Educator, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator and Leading Edge Certified Professional Learning Leader. She holds a Masters of Education in Learning Design and Technology from San Diego State University and a multiple subject credential and BCLAD from California State University Dominguez Hills.

Terri Hughes

A13 · Teacher Grade 2
Website  thughes [at] campbellusd.org

Terri Hughes is elated to be a part of Campbell Union School District’s new preschool-eighth-grade school. She has been a passionate educator for over 30 years--all at Campbell Middle School and Campbell School of Innovation--striving to ignite students' passions for learning and curiosity about the world in which they live.

The challenge of working with younger students as they begin their educational journeys excites her. "This is an opportunity to change the way we educate our future leaders," she says. "It is a chance to prepare our students to be critical and creative thinkers who will be prepared to compete in a quickly changing environment."

Her own children attended a K-8 school, so she also understands the benefits of community that develop in this special setting.

Hughes has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Humboldt State University, a multiple subjects teaching credential from San Jose State University, and will be earning her Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Santa Clara University prior to the opening of CSI. She was Campbell Middle School’s Teacher of the Year in 2016, a finalist for District 5, California League of Middle School Educator of the Year, Google Certified Educator, and Leading Edge Digital Educator.

She enjoys spending time hiking all over the Bay Area’s trails with her husband.

Google Classroom: http://classroom.google.com
Weebly Site: http://mrshughes6.weebly.com

Taylor Semon

A2 · Teacher Grade 1
TSemon [at] campbellusd.org

Ms. Semon is originally from Sacramento, but moved to the Bay Area to go to Santa Clara University. She completed her undergraduate degree in 2017 and received her Masters in Teaching and Credential in 2019 from SCU's School of Education. She started teaching first grade at CSI in the Fall of 2019 and has loved being a part of the CSI community! She lives in Campbell with her fiancé and loves to read, exercise, cook, and travel!

Sandra Tolbert

A10 · Teacher Grade K
STolbert [at] campbellusd.org

As a passionate, positive, community focused educator of young minds, Sandy Tolbert has an authentic desire for the Campbell School of Innovation to launch successfully and flourish.

She believes that teaching young students to develop a growth mindset instead of a fixed mindset is integral to helping them develop skills for success in their future careers.

“Students are capable of so much,” she says. “They are valuable assets to their community, despite their young age. My goal is to nurture that quality in our students and help make a positive impact on those around us.”

Tolbert brings 16 years of teaching experience to CSI. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Child Development from San Jose State University and a Master of Science degree in Education from Walden University. She was the 2015 Marshall Lane Teacher of the Year, she was a 2015 Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education award recipient, and she was a 2016 ArtsEdGrant recipient.

She lives in Campbell with her husband and children.

Loretta Toy

A7 · Teacher Grade K
LToy [at] campbellusd.org

Educator, Learning Designer, Facilitator, Lifelong Learner

Loretta Toy is ecstatic to be a part of Campbell School of Innovation. When she learned about CSI, she felt that it was a place that closely aligns with her beliefs and teaching practice. She considers herself very fortunate to be a part of the CSI community. 

She started her career as an educator teaching kindergarten. Over the past decade, she has taught kindergarten,1st, 2nd, 3rd, 2nd/3rd combo, 4th grade and was most recently the 7th/8th grade Maker Science teacher at a Project-Based Learning middle school. 

Loretta is a Google for Education and Raspberry Pi Certified Educator. She holds a Master of Arts in Education from UC Santa Cruz and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from UC Davis. She has her multiple subject teaching credential with Introductory Science Subject Matter Authorization and Specific Subject Matter Authorization in Biology. 

When Loretta isn’t in the classroom, she is teaching Zumba and LaBlast at local gyms. She also volunteers her time helping train a team of dancers to represent the United States at the 2021 Special Olympics Winter Games in Sweden.

Corinna Zamudio

A4 · Teacher Grade 1
CZamudio [at] campbellusd.org

Corinna Zamudio, Teacher, Campbell School of Innovation

Corinna Zamudio is thrilled about being part of the Campbell School of Innovation community. She looks forward to thriving with passionate and innovative educators who share the same goal of transforming the traditional classroom into a creative, communicative, compassionate and collaborative environment.

Zamudio believes educators and students learn from each other during the creation and application process of collaborative initiatives. Through her teachings, Zamudio plans to provide students with a multitude of opportunities to communicate and work together. 

“I believe that with the right tools, our students will be able to have the necessary innovative experiences so they can become our next generation of leaders,” she says.  

Zamudio has a Master of Arts in Teaching and a Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Sciences. She holds a teaching credential and a bilingual authorization from Santa Clara University. Prior to joining CSI, Zamudio taught at a Spanish immersion school.