Dr. Randi Smith

Dr. Randi Smith, Principal

Dr. Smith joined the Chesterfield County family in 1998. She taught English 7 at Providence Middle School for three year, until moving to Central Office in the Curriculum and Instruction Department in 2000. After 10 years serving as Chesterfield’s Secondary Language Arts Instructional Specialist, Dr. Smith joined the Grange Hall Bulldogs as their principal in 2011. Dr. Smith served Grange Hall for four years, and then became Ettrick Elementary’s principal in 2015!

Dr. Smith is a loyal Virginia Commonwealth University Ram, as she received her Bachelor of Arts in  English in 1993, her Masters in Teaching in 1994, and her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership in 2011, all from VCU.

Mrs. Stacy Hamilton

Mrs. Stacy Hamilton, Assistant Principal

Mrs. Hamilton has dedicated her career to serving in various capacities.  She joined the CCPS family in 2000, serving as a First-grade teacher at Harrowgate Elementary until starting at Ettrick Elementary in 2006.  She served as a school counselor before becoming an assistant principal.

She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education, Master of Education degree in Counseling from Virginia State University, and Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University.

She truly enjoys being a Trojan!

Mrs. Jennifer Leon

Mrs. Jennifer Leon, Dean of Students

I am excited to serve as the Dean of Students for Ettrick Elementary for the 2023-24 school year. Prior to joining the Ettrick community, I was a teacher for eighteen years in Chesterfield County at Evergreen Elementary and Crenshaw Elementary. I taught both fourth and fifth grades including working with a Special Education teacher in a collaborative classroom setting for sixteen of those years.

I am a proud two time graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University where I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in International Studies and a Master of Teaching. Go Rams! Currently, I am in the final semester of coursework at the University of Virginia to earn a Master of Education in Administration and Supervision graduating in December, 2023. Go Hoos!

I have two children benefiting from a CCPS education. My daughter will be a junior in high school, and my son just graduated and is heading to college in the fall. I grew up near the Blue Ridge Mountains, so I enjoy hiking and being outdoors. I also love to read and have been in a book club for over a decade.

I look forward to getting to know the Ettrick community and working together to support the academic, social, and emotional success of ALL students. Go Trojans!