NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Memorial Day
Students Place Wreath at the Eternal Flame in Arlington National Cemetery

Campbell eighth grade students placed a wreath at the John F. Kennedy Eternal Flame.  Students have had the opportunity to learn our rich nation’s history through an experience of a lifetime.  The Eternal Flame is a presidential memorial at the gravesite of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, in Arlington National Cemetery. The Eternal Flame grave site was consecrated and opened to the public on March 15, 1967.

The prideful Campbell community continues to value and honor those men and women who have served and continue to sacrifice for this great country.  On Monday May 25, 2015 a Memorial Day Service will be conducted at the Campbell Memorial High School Veterans’ Monument.  The ceremony will begin at 11:00 a.m.  The guest speaker will be Mr. Anthony Traficanti, Mahoning County Commissioner.  Following the service, a luncheon will be served at the Community Center at Roosevelt Park.  The events are sponsored by the American Legion Post 560.

Energy Conservation Program

The Campbell City Schools participated in an Energy Conservation Program (HB 264). The program allows school districts to make energy efficiency improvements to their buildings and use the cost savings to pay for those improvements.  

 

The Board of Education received a check in the amount of $24,779.00 from FirstEnergy on May 21, 2015.  The check was presented to Nora Montanez, Treasurer and Curt Brown, Maintenance Supervisor in recognition of the district’s valued participation towards energy efficiency and peak demand reduction projects.  The District entered an agreement with Consolation Energy for more efficient lighting, heating, and cooling along with an the installation of a diesel fuel tank for busing.

 

 

Steps to Respect

 

On Friday, April 24, 2015, CEMS second graders were recognized for completing the school's Steps to Respect program.  The program works with students on how to address bullying, and the students participated in the program by reading thoughts, displaying the book they created and playing  a song they chose with images they created in the background.  The students were greeted with a guest speaker, Mr. Joe Schiavoni, State Senator from the 33 district.  The program is run through Catholic Charties.  

Grade Four 2015-2016 School Day

The actual school day for fourth graders will be 7:25 AM and end at 2:25 PM; however, the fourth grade rooms will still be located in the elementary end of the building. 

The schedule change will place four grades on two equal schedules, providing more opportunities for all students, along with bettering daily school activities and routines. 

One of the biggest academic benefits from this adjustment is the increase in instructional time.  Fourth graders will increase an additional 78 hours of instructional time in language arts, math, science and social studies over the academic year.  Another academic improvement for fourth graders is that they will have the opportunity to take band, chorus, world language, and music appreciation in addition to the currently scheduled STEM, art, and physical education.

Physical Science and Youngstown State University

 

Students in ninth grade at Memorial High School traveled to Youngstown State University on Thursday, May 7th to use the physics laboratory and equipment in Ward Beecher Hall while preparing for their upcoming End-of-Year State Exam.  The field trip, facilitated by Ms.Janek, focused on the students’ final unit of study:  The Universe.

 

2015 YSU English Festival

Nearly 3,000 students from Mahoning, Turmbull, Columbiana, Mercer and Lawrence counties participated in the YSU English Festival over the course of three days.

The Campbell Memorial HPAC group
Campbell Middle School Yearbook

Reserve a copy of the 2014-2015 CMS Yearbook NOW!

 

Update!!!!!! Attention! Class of 2015

There will be no cost for the cap and gown for this years' graduates

Cap & Gown: Cost $0

 

 

More Rigorous Curriculum at Campbell Memorial High School

The District staff has embraced fundamental core values necessary to continuously improve where we will collectively W.R.A.P. all students in success:

     WHAT IS BEST FOR ALL STUDENTS

     RIGOROUS CURRICULUM FOR ALL

     ALL LEARNERS’ NEEDS MUST BE MET

     PREVENT AND DO NOT ACCEPT FAILURE

Teachers and administrators have been working collaboratively to improve educational opportunities for their students. The instructional team has disaggregated data to identify the needs for all learners. The building leadership team and teacher based teams created changes and additions to the curriculum that will enhance the educational journey at Campbell Memorial High School. Content teams have worked tirelessly to identify where they are currently, where they want to be, and how they are going to get there.

The following additions and changes to the curriculum at Memorial High School will be implemented during the 2015-2016 school year:  

Click here to view full release: campbell memorial high school press release 

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District Receives Auditor of State Award

Campbell – A recent financial audit of Campbell City Schools by the Auditor of State’s office has returned a clean audit report.  Campbell City’s excellent record keeping has earned it the Auditor of State Award.

Nora Montanez, Treasurer comments, “We take great pride in our accurate record keeping.  We have an obligation to our local community to be responsible with our financial operations as we continue to provide the best possible opportunities for our students.”

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Eastern Gateway Grant

Eastern Gateway Grant Saves Students and Families Money

To find out how you may qualify for a tuiton free college education, go to the Eastern Gateway Community College website or 

http://egcc.edu/future-students/gatewaygrant

College Credit Plus (CCP) is Available to Students

College Credit Plus is Ohio’s new system for dual enrollment. It replaces previous programs, including Post-Secondary Enrollment Options, and has been expanded to cover students beginning in the seventh grade.

College Credit Plus (CCP) is available to Campbell students in grades 7-12. Current students in grades 6-11 can apply for CCP for the 2015-2016 school year.

Click Here to learn more about College Credit Plus

Campbell E&M PTO Board Approved 

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