NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Red Devil Pride at the Canfield Fair!

 

 

Dress Code Policy Revision

Black or tan khaki trousers or black or tan khaki dress walking shorts are permitted. Dress walking shorts must be no more than three inches above the knee. Dress shorts are only permitted when announced as so by the building administrator during appropriate times of the year. All trousers and walking shorts must fit appropriately.  When purchasing student attire, please note the emphasis is on the color tan and not other variations of khaki.

5511 dress code policy

 

BRINGING STEM EDUCATION TO THE STUDENTS (3rd - 8th)

STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education. We focus on these areas together not only because the skills and knowledge in each discipline are essential for student success, but also because these fields are deeply intertwined in the real world and in how students learn most effectively. STEM is an interdisciplinary and applied approach that is coupled with hands-on, problem-based learning. 

A STEM-literate student is not only an innovator and critical thinker, but is able to make meaningful connections between school, community, work and global issues. STEM skills are increasingly necessary to engage in a knowledge-based economy. There is solid evidence to suggest that the fastest-growing and highest-wage jobs in future years will be in STEM fields and all employees will need to utilize STEM skills for problem solving in a wide range of industries.  

What It Takes to Earn an Ohio Diploma

Graduating Classes of 2014 and Beyond

    Students must meet both testing requirements and curriculum requirements in order to earn a diploma. These requirements apply to students entering their freshman year in 2010 and beyond. See the below link for the graduation requirements checklists. 

Graduation Requirements - checklist-2014

LEVY RENEWAL

PLEASE SUPPORT THE RENEWAL LEVY

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 2014

FOR OUR

CAMPBELL CITY SCHOOLS

 

THE RENEWAL WILL CONTINUE TO GENERATE FUNDS NECESSARY FOR SCHOOL OPERATIONS.

 

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!

 

We Need to Work Together to Improve Student's Attendance
  • Let your child know that you believe school is important.
  • Set a regular bed time/curfew on school night's that is appropriate for your child's age.
  • Provide a plan for getting your child to school on time.
  • Please do not support children leaving school early during the school day.
  • Regularly check your child's attendance and academic progress with your child's teacher or the school's attendance designee.
  • Schedule all appointments for before or after school hours.
  • View lateness as unacceptable behavior.
  • Notify the school as soon as possible if your child has a prolonged absence due to illness or hospitalization.

Why September Matters: Improving Student Attendance 

By:  Linda S. Olson

This brief examines absences in September and students’ attendance over the rest of the year...

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UPCOMING EVENTS



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