Cheering at Heinz Field Veterans day program Halloween 2016 Fire Safety Visit pioneer dress


Campbell Fourth Graders Take Field Trip to Packard Music Hall  Packard

On December 2, Campbell Middle School fourth grade fine and performing arts classes took a field trip to see a holiday performance at Packard Music Hall in Warren, Ohio. CMS was one of the few Mahoning County schools to attend the performance.

Students in attendance were exposed to several different types of performing arts including: modern dance, ballet, concert band, marching band, mass choir and solo vocalist. The feature ensemble was the famous Packard Band.

“Our 4th grade students thoroughly enjoyed the performance and we would like to extend a special thank you to those who supported our field trip,” said teacher Dan Welch.

Ohio Fiddler Visits Campbell Elementary & Middle School Music Classes Mr. Wig

On November 29, third, fourth and fifth grade students at Campbell Elementary & Middle School participated in a performance by renowned Ohio Fiddler, Christian Wig.

Wig performed numerous pieces of fiddle music from early American Colonial times, the Revolutionary War and music from the frontier, such as Ohio and Kentucky during the westward expansion. He also shared the lively stories that accompanied each song, as well as the history of the fiddle and his life long passion for music.

“My students and I would like to thank Mr. Wig for his performance and visiting our classroom. We all enjoyed your music and stories,” said music teacher Dan Welch.

Campbell Cheerleaders Perform with University of Pittsburgh Squad at Heinz Field 7th and 8th grade Cheerleading Squad
Making ornaments with recycled materials ornaments
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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


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.

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