Alert: Campbell City Schools will have an early release on Friday September 30th 2016 (Grades 4-7 dismiss at 12:30pm, Grades 8-12 dismiss at 12:35pm, and Grades K-3 dismiss at 1:00pm)

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Campbell’s Dean Austalosh Advances to District Golf Tournament Next Week

Salem, OH--  Congratulations to  Campbell Memorial’s Dean Austalosh, who in rainy, cool conditions, scored an amazing round of 77 to finish 2nd place individually at Salem Hills Golf Course,  in the Division III Sectional Tournament Monday.  The second place finish means Austalosh advances to next Thursday’s District Tournament at Tannenhauf Golf Club in Alliance.

Austalosh was second only to Columbiana’s Jared Wilson, who shot a 76.  Of the 58 player field, Austalosh who shot 77,  beat his nearest competitors by  at least 8 strokes.

District Tournament Play is set for Thursday, October 6 at Tannenhauf Golf Club.

LICENSED TUTORS

The following positions are available for the 2016-2017 school year:

2 LICENSED TUTORS

Must have current Ohio teaching license

5 days per week/5.5 hours per day

Hourly Rate $19.00

Campbell City Schools Marching Band Program Has Doubled In Size

Please see the story broadcast on WFMJ.http://www.wfmj.com/clip/12758268/double-the-fun-campbell-band-has-the-beat

Campbell City Schools Marching Band program has doubled in size since last school year. Their marching band grew from two dozen students marching to 55 students marching on the field for the 2016-17 school year and includes students from 7th-12th Grade

Early Release Friday September 30th

Campbell City Schools Launches Official Facebook Page

CAMPBELL, OH -  The Campbell City School District has launched its official Facebook page for additional access to district-wide updates, school news, event reminders and more. Students, parents, and community members are invited to “like” the official Campbell City Schools page at https://www.facebook.com/campbellcityschools/.  Campbell’s Facebook page is now an extension of the District's website. Families and community members are still encouraged to view the website but the District acknowledges the need to increase the access  to the most current up-to-date information for all stakeholders.  

 

Campbell Students Shine at Friends 4 Friends Award Recipients

The students of Campbell City Schools produced two films this year for the annual Friends4Friends Film Festival titled “Give Him the Hint” and “Shattered”. On September 22nd at the DeYor Performing Arts Center the Students represented the community incredibly well.  Madeline Rosile, High School student and Luke Collins, Middle School student were each awarded best actor and actress. The Middle School team received the highest honor for best film titled “Give Him the Hint”.

"The Friends4Friends Film Festival is a great opportunity for young people in our area to showcase their artistic talents while also addressing important social issues in a meaningful way,” said Senator Joe Schiavoni (D-Boardman). “Students at Campbell Memorial Middle School can be proud of their outstanding work.”

 

School Supply Gift Received from Winner of Today's International Woman

On Thursday, September 22nd, the students in Miss Gonzalez's class were visited by Adih Maria Perez, winner of Today's International Woman Pageant. The pageant was held on a cruise to the Bahamas where she represented our state of Ohio.  She was crowned the Queen of Queens and is also the first woman from Puerto Rico to win this honor. She is now engaging in community service and has graciously donated an arrangement of school supplies to Miss Gonzalez’s kindergarten class.  Her son, Jadriel, was also crowned King of Kids in this pageant. Mr. James Goske, Associate K-3 Principal comments, “We greatly appreciate the support we receive from so many generous people within the Campbell community.  Our students continue to learn from the positive role models willing to make a difference for children”.

Campbell Administrators and Staff Visit 33 Daybreak to Talk About Community Tailgate

Youngstown, OH-- The day started VERY early Friday, for a group of Campbell School Administrators and Staff---at “Daybreak” you could say!  At 6 AM they visited the morning news set at WYTV-33, to talk with Meteorologist and Campbell Alumni, Jim Loboy about the big Community Tailgate planned for Friday evening.

Loboy, an ‘88 Graduate of Campbell Memorial High School asked about all the free activities planned for the Tailgate.  Assistant Principal Brad Yeager said,

“We have several bounce houses, face painting, an inflatable slide, a putting challenge, and free refreshments.  We’ve invited YSU as well, to make some early connections with our students.”

The Tailgate is set for 5-7 PM, right before kickoff.  The Campbell Red Devils play Liberty.

An Incredible Opportunity for a New Public Library in Campbell

On August 26, 2016, officials from the Campbell City School District presented a unique solution to increase library utilization while providing increased wellness opportunities to the public.  These objectives can be achieved through the creation of a partnership to share services within the announced Campbell Athletic Recreation Complex.  Combining resources will save anticipated costs to all Mahoning County taxpayers.

The Campbell City Schools maximizes educational opportunities for all learners by responding to the needs of the community with leading-edge, high-quality, cost-effective programs and services.

The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County connects people and communities to reliable resources that inspire learning and foster enrichment. Together, we are at the threshold of a unique opportunity to create a joint venture that will connect, inspire and enrich the community of Campbell and the surrounding areas.

No decisions have been made but the lines of communication remain open.  Please view the presentation documents from the August 26, 2016 meeting. /userfiles/2/my files/library presentation 82516 (2).pdf?id=547052

CAMPBELL CITY SCHOOLS ANNOUNCES ATHLETIC RECREATION COMPLEX

Plans for the complex located at the south end of the Elementary and Middle School on State Route 616

An indoor multipurpose facility will provide room for major events. It will serve as the District's indoor practice facility and venue for competitions, club sports and intramurals. Additionally, the space will benefit the community through memberships and facility use requests.

When the schools were reconstructed in 2002, the reduction of athletic facilities placed the Campbell students at a disadvantage. The District reduced gymnasium space by half and now only operates two gymnasiums, previously four. Students are in need of an opportunity to have a ball in their hands and engage in such activities.

The District has researched similar facility costs, but has yet to secure a detailed estimate for the Athletic Recreation Complex. The Campbell Board of Education will not ask voters to approve a tax levy or bond issue. The District plans to finance the project through a combination of general fund carryover dollars and donations. The members of the community have been very generous in their educational support. The construction of the Athletic Recreation Complex will be secured without any additional financial burden on the community.

Campbell Memorial BAND Alumni

The First Alumni Band Night  

will take place on Friday, October 7, 2016 

 

Alumni Spotlight #9

Select the link below to read about the Alumnus chosen for our next alumni spotlight. 

Alumni Spotlight News

Campbell Cheerleaders Showed Their Red Devil Pride at Canfield Fair Cheerleading Competition  

Student Work at the Canfield Fair

 

Mrs. Stallsmith's STEM classes were featured in the display at the Canfield Fair this year.  Each year Campbell City Schools participates in the Fair's Education Booth.  

No Summer Rest for These Dedicated Teachers

This group of dedicated Campbell teachers took time from their busy summers to enhance their teaching skills by participating in professional development through the MCESC.  During this three day training teachers learned how to integrate children’s non-fiction literature with science instruction.  Their newly attained skills will help improve student achievement in both science and reading.

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Alumni Spotlight #8

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