Mrs. Stacey Allred
Director, Ball State University Faculty
Stacey Allred graduated from Ball State University with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Special Education. She also has a master’s degree in Learning Disabilities and Education Administration. Her areas of interest include classroom management, instructional strategies, and family engagement.
Her work has been featured in both the 4thand 5th editions of The First Days of School as well as in SAGE Publications’ Encyclopedia of Classroom Management. Currently, Stacey is an instructor in the Department of Elementary Education at Ball State University and celebrating over 20 years in education.
Mr. David Lamb
Mr. Lamb has been teaching for 15+ years, most of that time in third grade at Wes-Del Elementary School. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Ball State University. In his spare time you’ll likely find him outside fishing, hiking, or camping. He is passionate about science and mathematics, and loves to see students experience them both outside at camp!
Mr. James Leslie
Emeritus Camp Adventure Facilities Director
Mr. Leslie was the Challenge Education Coordinator for Muncie Community Schools and Caretaker for Camp Adventure from 1995-2020. Mr. James would often be seen leading nature hikes, facilitating ropes courses/team building activities, and giving “roller-coaster” like wagon rides.
Now, he can be found relaxing in his dream retirement home in Virginia and taking 7 mile strolls every day.
We miss you and Sparky! Come back to camp and visit us anytime!
Dr. Rona Robinson-Hill
Ball State University Faculty
Dr. Rona Robinson-Hill, from research scientist to assistant professor was born and raised in St. Louis, MO and is a product of St. Louis Public Schools. She holds a B.S. in Biology from University of Missouri Kansas City; M.S. Curriculum & Instruction from Maryville University-St. Louis; and a Ph. D. in Science Education from University of MO-St. Louis. Her research interests include: supervising practicum for pre-service teachers in experiential settings in Muncie, IN teaching inquiry science using the 5E Learning Model to K-5 underrepresented students and teaching pre-service students effective strategies to be successful in science and other university content courses. She is the proud mother of one son and one daughter, a host of Godchildren, students and mentees.