New Teachers at Campbell Bring Unique Experiences

Katelyn Scurpa graduated from Slippery Rock University with a major in Early Childhood and Special Education. She student taught at Sharon City School District and at the American School Foundation in Mexico City, Mexico.  While completing her degree Katelyn was a camp counselor for students with special needs, a driver's education instructor and coached volleyball and basketball.  She is dual licensed in elementary and special education and will teach grade four at Campbell Elementary/Middle School.


Maria Clark, a resident of Campbell, graduated from Youngstown State University with an Elementary Education 1-8 certification and a Master’s Degree in Math and Reading from Walden University. She began her teaching career at Immaculate Conception. She then taught at Youngstown Community School and most recently in the Youngstown City Schools at Martin Luther King Elementary.  She will be teaching grade two  at Campbell Elementary/Middle School.


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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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.

Seventh Grade Immunization

Good afternoon parents and guardians of rising 7th grade students.

We hope everyone has had a great start to summer.  Moreover, we hope everyone continues to enjoy his or her time until we welcome back everyone on August 29th.  During this vacation time, though, we are hopeful parents can aid CEMS with immunization compliance.  All seventh grade students are required to have a Tdap/Td booster shot before they enter the seventh grade. 

Campbell City School District Welcomes Two Highly Skilled Administrative Staff Members

Campbell City School District is pleased to welcome James Goske as the new K-3 Associate Principal and Kent Polen as Professional Development Data Coach and Assistant Principal to its administrative team for the 2016-17 School Year. The Board of Education approved both new hires at their meeting held on Tuesday, June 21.

2016-2017 School Supply List


KG 4th grade
1st grade 5th grade
2nd grade 6th grade 
3rd grade  7th grade 


2016-2017 School Calendar



  2016-2017 School Year

Campbell City School District Awarded State Straight A Grant Worth Nearly a Million Dollars!

 A 915 Thousand Dollar Straight A Grant will soon be on its way to Northeast Ohio.  Campbell City Schools was the lead applicant on a   ground breaking literacy grant that will benefit not only students in Campbell, but a consortium of school districts including Austintown, Beaver Local, Brookfield, Newbury, West Branch, Windham, United Local and Youngstown Community School.  

Alumni Spotlight #8

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