NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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.  

Recognition Banquet Honoring Our Student-Athletes

Grades 9-12
May 21st at 6:00pm
Elementary & Middle School Cafetorium

Dinner catered by:

 

Guest Speaker:
Youngstown State University Head Football Coach

Campbell Middle School Yearbook

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

 

Friday May 8th Promenade will start at 5:00pm

Admission will be $2.00 and kids under 3 get in for free.

All students involved will need to arrive at the high school by 4:30pm.

Attention! Class of 2015

Tickets are $40 each and are NOW on sale until Wednesday April 29th

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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Attention Seniors!

Scholarships/Alumni/News

 Deadline May 1, 2015

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Destination Imagination

On March 14, 2015, Campbell Elementary and Middle School students competed in the Region 1 Destination Imagination tournament at Youngstown State University's Beeghly Center.  The team captured third place in the competition that welcomed schools from Ashtrabula, Trumbull and Mahoning County.  

National Honor Society

Congratulations to our newest National Honor Society inductees!

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

2015 - 2016 School Calendar

1131 Instructional Hours for All Students!

School districts and joint vocational school districts must be open for instruction for a minimum of:

  • 910 hours for students in full-day kindergarten through Grade 6
  • 1,001 hours for students in Grades 7-12

 

Measles

The Ohio Department of Health has had reports of an outbreak of measles occurring in counties in Ohio.  As measles has only rarely been seen in Ohio in the past several decades, we would like to provide information to our community about measles and how the school district will respond to a reported case in order to keep our students safe.

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 

SweatshirtPDF

E&M Shirt PDF

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