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CMHS Modified Exam Schedule

Memorial High School WILL CONTINUE its exam schedule for Wednesday, January 16th.

Please see the photo of the modified exam schedule. Students will still have an early release at 2:09.

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CMHS Modified Exam Schedule

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Memorial High School WILL CONTINUE its exam schedule for Wednesday, January 16th.

Please see the photo of the modified exam schedule. Students will still have an early release at 2:09.

CEMS Sensory Pathway Sensory Pathway

The halls of CEMS are a little brighter for our students with the addition of a sensory pathway.
The sensory path was created to give students a series of movements through jumping, bending, hopping and pushing as a way to help them regulate their bodies. It can be used for students several times a day when they feel they may need a movement break to help refocus their bodies and brain.

Destination Imagination Fundraiser

Please support our Destination Imagination teams on January 15, 2019, at our Chipolte Fundraiser.DI

#firstinfirstout FirstInFirstOut

Campbell Memorial Class of 2019 and staff surprised the Campbell Kindergartners with Christmas presents. This was a new program Mr. McCray and Mr. Yeager created for the senior class to give back to the kids in their school district.
​​​​​​​#firstinfirstout

Kurjan - Badurik - KG

A HUGE thank you to Campbell alum Steve Badurik from Badurik’s Butcher Block for donating copies of the book “Bernie the One-Eyed Puppy” to all of our kindergarten students. He even brought the author, Sally Kurjan, in to visit all of the kindergarten classes!

High School Cultural Holiday Celebration HS Cultural Celebration

Over 60 English Language Learners from both buildings came to Memorial High School for a celebration of the different cultures in Campbell. Students sang and danced to celebrate the holidays. Special thanks to Priscilla Espada and Nettie McDowell for planning this great event!
Click Read More to check out pictures and videos

Middle School Student Council Collects Toys MS Student Council

Thank you to our Student Council for collecting toys and donating them to Akron Children’s Hospital!

Campbell PD Greet Students CPD@EM

A big thank you to the members of the Campbell PD who stopped by this morning to greet students as they arrived!
Click the link for more photos.

This weeks winter concerts. Winter

Video clips from some of this weeks winter concerts. 

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CLASSIFIED POSITION VACANCY

The following classified position is available for the 2018-2019 school year:

FULL TIME BUS DRIVER

Requirements:

  • Current CDL with Bus Endorsement
  • Current Bus Driver Training Certificate from State of Ohio
  • Current BCI and FBI background checks

Salary per negotiated agreement.

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to Superintendent Matthew L. Bowen, 280 Sixth Street, Campbell, OH  44405 OR electronically at cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us  (superintendent’s secretary). Applications accepted until position is filled.

CMHS Varsity Football Coach 2019 and 2020 Mickey Sikora

The Campbell Board of Education approved Coach Mickey Sikora as Memorial High School Head Varsity Football Coach. Coach Sikora will once again be the head football coach at Campbell Memorial High School.

CMHS Choir CMHS Choir

The Campbell Memorial High School Choir, under the direction of Mr. Joseph Spurio, will be performing with the Thiel College Singers in their Holiday concert this Sunday, December 2nd at 4:00 p.m. Click Read More for details.

Campbell first grade teacher raises money to buy students a book each month Thomson - Vindy

Tammy Thomson, a first- grade teacher at the school, raised money from community donations to provide each of her students with a book each month of the school year.
Link to Story: https://goo.gl/1RFnxB

Campbell Music Department Fundraiser Red or White Poinsettias

Christmas Poinsettias Fundraiser
6 1/2 inch potted Poinsettias with 5+ blooms
your choice of either Red or White  $10.00 each
Click Read More for an order form

Virtual Reality in the Classroom Virtual Reality

Thanks to Keely Lovern WKBN for stopping by Mrs. Shaffer's classroom today! Be sure to watch WKBN 27 Youngstown OH at 5:30pm to learn about how teachers at CEMS are bringing Virtual Reality into their classrooms.

https://www.wkbn.com/news/local-news/campbell-students-use-virtual-reality-to-learn-in-the-classroom/1607165168

 

CEMS Thanksgiving Feast CEMS Feast

CEMS students enjoyed a Thanksgiving meal at lunch today with a few special guest, Campbell Mayor, Nick Phillips, Campbell’s Director of Administration, Lew Jackson, Campbell Board of Education’s President, Bill Valentino, and Campbell’s Chief of Police, Dennis Puskarcik.

WINTER SPORTS PASSES basketball

Please click on the link for more information. 

WINTER SPORTS PASS INFO

CMHS Soccer Post-Season Awards CMHS Soccer Post-Season Awards

Congratulations to CMHS Soccer Players earning post-season awards!

Bright Futures students visited the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics

Campbell Memorial's Bright Futures students visited the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.

K - 7 Food Drive Student Council Food Drive

Thank you to our K-7 Student Council and Mrs. Tovarnak for an incredibly successful holiday food drive!

Student Council Food Drive student counsel

With your help, Student Council was able to collect over 600 pair of socks! That's double what we hoped for! Thank you so much!

We are on to our next project, a food drive!   food

Campbell City Schools Honors our Veterans Veterans Day

We honor all the men and women who have served
and who are currently serving our country.
Thank You for Protecting Us!  

Bonfire! fire
Halloween Parade Halloween Parade

 On Friday, our K-4 students braved the chilly weather to take part in our annual Halloween parade. Check out this video to see our students in action. 🎃 👻
P.S. - be on 
the look out for Mr. Goske - his costume will have you seeing double! Click Read More to watch the video 

OHSAA Soccer Sectional Tournament Campbell 2018 Soccer Team

GOOD LUCK Red Devil Soccer Team
Varsity Soccer
Campbell vs Waterloo
October 20, 2018
1:00 p.m.
Home - @ John Knapic Field
(OHSAA Sectional Tournament)

Plant the Promise Red Ribbon Week

Memorial High School Students - Red Ribbon Week

Gang Affiliation - I Didn’t Ask for This!” as part of the 2018 Friends4Friends Film Festival. “Gang Affiliation - I Didn’t Ask for This!”

PLEASE VOTE!

A team of students from the Campbell Memorial High School Peer Leadership Council has submitted a short film titled, “Gang Affiliation - I Didn’t Ask for This!” as part of the 2018 Friends4Friends Film Festival.
Link to video: https://youtu.be/880HxFYplcg

The short film with the most LIKES by September 27th will win The Best Short Film of 2018.
Please help us win by placing your vote for us.

Bright Little Library Bright Little Library

"Bright Little Library," a free library at the new "Little Park on Bright Ave."

Community Tailgate Canceled

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We have unfortunately decided to cancel the Community Tailgate that was scheduled for September 21st. Our students and community members safety is always at the forefront of our priorities and with the anticipation of thunderstorms and potential high winds in the area it was determined postponing this event was the safest option. 

In addition, Campbell City Schools knows that the weather forecast is a fluid and always changing situation; however, out of respect for the local vendors, restaurants and organizations that have committed to being a part of this event, Memorial High School wanted to give them at least a 24 hour notice. 

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Attention Class of 2018
We are working to make things right...

NOW HIRING: After School Special Programs Teachers after school teacher

TEACHERS
After School Special Programs
Session One: October 8 – January 18

(4) Positions Available         
K-3     3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
(4) Positions Available         
4-7  2:40 PM – 4:40 PM

Compensation $22.00 hourly rate
Training to Commence October 1, 2018
Work Schedule: (4 Days per week/2 hours per day/plus 1 hour planning per week)
Applicants must hold appropriate licensure

 Responsibilities:

·         Assist students in reading, math online curriculum and STEM related activities;
·         Implements approved curriculum under the guidance of the Site Coordinator;
·         Provides students with hands-on educational opportunities
·         Communicate effectively with parents and after school program staff

Funds made payable through grant proceeds.

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of application to Mr. Matthew Bowen, Superintendent OR electronically to cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us (superintendent’s secretary) no later than 3:00 pm on Monday, September 17, 2018.  

Unity Day at CMHS Unity Day - CMHS

Campbell Memorial High School came together today in support of National Bullying Prevention Month. UNITED for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.
#UnityDay2018

NOW HIRING: After School Special Programs English Language Educational Assistant after school 2

ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT
After School Special Programs
Session One: October 8 – January 18

(1) Position Available         
K-7      2:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Compensation $18.00 hourly rate
Training to Commence October 1, 2018
Work Schedule: (4 Days per week)
Applicants must hold appropriate licensure
Preference given to those applicants with the ability to fluently speak, read, and write Spanish

 Responsibilities:

·         Assist students and support teachers in reading, math online curriculum and STEM related activities;
·         Implements approved curriculum under the guidance of the Site Coordinator;
·         Provides students with hands-on educational opportunities
·         Communicate effectively with parents and after school program staff
-         Attend field trips with students as needed

Funds made payable through grant proceeds.

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of application to Mr. Matthew Bowen, Superintendent OR electronically to cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us (superintendent’s secretary) no later than 3:00 pm on Monday, September 17, 2018.  

NOW HIRING: After School Special Programs Educational Assistants after school

EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT
After School Special Programs
Session One: October 8 – January 18

(3) Positions Available         
K-7      2:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Compensation $12.57 hourly rate
Training to Commence October 1, 2018
Work Schedule: (4 Days per week)
Applicants must hold appropriate licensure

 Responsibilities:

·         Assist students and support teachers in reading, math online curriculum and STEM related activities;
·         Implements approved curriculum under the guidance of the Site Coordinator;
·         Provides students with hands-on educational opportunities
·         Communicate effectively with parents and after school program staff
-         Attend field trips with students as needed

Funds made payable through grant proceeds.

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of application to Mr. Matthew Bowen, Superintendent OR electronically to cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us (superintendent’s secretary) no later than 3:00 pm on Monday, September 17, 2018.  

ATTENTION CAMPBELL ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL PARENTS/GUARDIANS: Veterens Day

If you are a veteran from Campbell (or know of anyone from your family that is) and would like to be included in our slideshow....

 

NOW HIRING: 9th GRADE CHEER ADVISOR megaphone

The following supplemental position is available for the 2018-2019 school year:

9th Grade Cheer Advisor

BCI and FBI background checks and drug testing are required for all supplemental contracts.

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to Superintendent Matthew L. Bowen, 280 Sixth Street, Campbell, OH  44405 OR electronically at cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us  (superintendent’s secretary) by 3:00 pm on Tuesday, August 28, 2018.

Pink Ribbon Cheer Parade
NOW HIRING: FULL TIME BUS DRIVER bus driver

The following classified position is available for the 2018-2019 school year:

FULL TIME BUS DRIVER

Requirements:

  • Current CDL with Bus Endorsement
  • Current Bus Driver Training Certificate from State of Ohio
  • Current BCI and FBI background checks

Salary per negotiated agreement.

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to Superintendent Matthew L. Bowen, 280 Sixth Street, Campbell, OH  44405 OR electronically at cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us  (superintendent’s secretary). Applications accepted until 3:00 p.m. on Monday, August 27, 2018 or until position is filled.

Honorable Judge Patrick P. Cunning has been chosen as our Tenth Alumni Spotlight. Judge
FALL ATHLETICS SEASON PASS FALL PASS

Attention Parents/Guardians and continuing education Alumni!

Admission for varsity sports has been increased to $7 per person by the All-American Conference beginning with the 2018-2019 school year. The Fall season pass is a great value for parents with more than one child who are involved in different sports at different levels. Please click on the link below for more information about the Fall Athletics Season Pass. 

FALL 2018 ATHLETICS PASS

Student-Athlete of the Week/Player of the Week Dean Austalosh
High School Orientation orientation

ALL students are encouraged to attend Memorial High School Orientation on August 16, 2018 at 11:00 AM in the high school cafeteria.  Please click on the image for more information.  

AAC Blue Tier Champs CMHS Soccer

Congrats to our CMHS soccer team who are co-champs of the AAC Blue Tier after a great 2-1 victory tonight!  Henry Mejia and Victor Orozco each scored one goal respectively!

NOW HIRING: Substitute Cafeteria Workers cafeteria worker

The following classified position is available for the 2018-2019 school year:

SUBSTITUTE

CAFETERIA WORKER

  • Must have High School Diploma
  • Current BCI and FBI Background Checks required

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to Superintendent Matthew L. Bowen, 280 Sixth Street, Campbell, OH  44405 OR electronically at cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us  (superintendent’s secretary) by 3:00 pm on Thursday, August 16, 2018.

Dean Austalosh - State Bound Dean Austalosh

Dean Austalosh will compete for the Division III State Golf Championship in Columbus, Ohio on October 12th & 13th.
GOOD LUCK DEAN!

VOLLEYBALL FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS volleyball

ATTENTION ALL 7TH AND 8TH GRADE GIRLS - MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL!

Practice for 7th & 8th grade volleyball will take place Monday, August 6th at 9:00 a.m. at the Campbell Elementary & Middle School Gymnasium. All girls intersted in playing MUST attend this practice. 

Campbell VS. Girard Drum Battle  Drum Battle
Summer Feeding Program - August Menu food

Please click the link for the menu for August.

There will be no service on August 6th due to cafeteria staff training.

August Menu

Friends 4 Friends Film Festival Friends 4 Friends Film Festival

What a great night at the Friends 4 Friends Film Festival. Our CMHS students won best short film for their film “I Didn’t Ask for This”. The students worked really hard on this project and it paid off! School resource officer Wilbur Drayton also won best supporting actor.

Community Literacy Workforce and Cultural Center Groundbreaking Ceremony shovel

Campbell Community Members:

Please join us for the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the CLWCC this

Friday, July 20, 2018 at 1:00 pm at 2002 Community Circle.

Campbell attire or business casual attire would be appreciated. 

NOW HIRING - Intervention Speciaist Intervention Specialist

CERTIFIED POSITION VACANCIES

The following positions are available for the 2018-2019 school year:

Intervention Specialist

  • Must have appropriate K-12 licensure.
  • Co-teaching environment
  • Salary and benefits per negotiated agreement. Beginning salary without experience $34,528.00.
  • Up to two (2) positions available

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to Superintendent Matthew L. Bowen, 280 Sixth Street, Campbell, OH  44405 OR electronically at cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us (superintendent’s secretary) by 3:00 p.m. on Monday, July 16, 2018.

Interested in Becoming an Educational Aide? Here Is What You Need to Know... books apple

To learn more about becoming and Educational Aide or Substitute Educational Aide, please click the following link:

Educational Aide Requirements

Summer Feeding Program - July Menu lunch

Please click the link to view the menu for July!

July Menu

2018-2019 Campbell City School Calendar 2018-2019 calendar

Please take a look at the calendar approved for the 2018-2019 school year.  Remember to plan trips or vacations accordingly. All parents are encouraged to have students in attendance throughout the year.

 

K-7th grade School Supply Lists supply list
FALL Sports Program Ad Order form memorial

Please see this form to place an ad in the Fall Sports Program!

Click on this link to open the form.

Summer Food Service June Menu

JUNE MENU - Summer Food Service 

Summer Food Service Program Lunch

The Campbell City School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program and providing meals to all students. meals will be provided from June 11 to August 10 to any student in need, free of charge.

Youngstown Symphony Orchestra Youngstown Symphony Orchestra

Fifth and Sixth grade band and choir students were treated to a special concert.
Check out our pictures and video.

Majorette Dance Camp Majorette Dance Camp

Join Us For
Majorette Dance Camp

Hosted by your Campbell Memorial Majorettes
May 22nd thru May 24th

Medication pick up. med

Attention Parents and Guardians!

Please make arrangements with the school nurse to pick up any leftover medications by the last day of school. A letter will also be sent home with your child if he/she has medication to be picked up.

 

Last day of school is Thursday May 31st 2018.

CMHS Band Concert band

Please enjoy the selections from Campbell Memorial High Schools Jazz and Concert Band. 

Thank You! thank you

Campbell’s Destination Imagination team “The STEAM Team” would like to thank everyone who has supported and continues to support us throughout our journey...
click the link to read more.
 

Winner Winner chicken and pulled pork dinner!!! bbq dinner

The basketball team will be doing a BBQ chicken and pulled pork dinner fundraiser on Sunday, May 20th from 12-3pm at St. Joe's....
click read more for the details

TEACHER APPRECIATION DAY/WEEK! TUESDAY, MAY 8, 2018 teacherApp

Dear students, parents, community and alumni,

Please help recognize and honor the incredible teachers we have throughout the Campbell City Schools during National Teacher Appreciation Day!

We are truly fortunate to work with dedicated teachers who care passionately about children, their safety and achievement.  Our teachers represent the District through their actions not only during this week, but throughout the entire year. 

On behalf of the Board of Education and this pride filled community, it is my honor to say, Thank you teachers for all your hard work and commitment to excellence.

I encourage all students, parents, community and alumni to take time out of your busy day to thank a teacher who has made a difference in your life.

Sincerely,

Matthew L. Bowen             Nora J. Montanez
Superintendent                  Treasurer

ATTENTION GIRLS AGES 11-14!!! EARN A $15 GIFT CARD! GIFT CARD

Request for Participation in Research Study

Your local Mahoning County, in conjunction with The Ohio State University, is conducting a brief study to identify the specific needs and capacity to deliver positive youth development activities within each of the nine Ohio Equity Institute (OEI) funded communities. Our community was selected to participate in this study. Ohio State University is interested in conducting focus groups and interviews with adolescent girls ages 11-14 in our community. Campbell City Schools has approved authorization to allow Ohio State University to obtain your permission to talk to your child in a focus group about what activities are needed or should be sustained in our community.  Your child will receive a $15 gift card should you chose to participate in the study. Each child must be accompanied by a parent.

If you agree that your child can participate in a focus group, please click on the following link to complete the registration:

https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5vdNSsjnJIXx1E9

Ohio State University will provide pizza and refreshments for parents and students.

Where: Campbell Elementary Middle School

When: Monday, May 14

Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

If you have questions about your participation, please contact

Dawn Anderson-Butcher (614-292-6934).

NOW HIRING: Technology Helper computer

The following position is available for the 2018-2019 school year:

Technology Helper

  • Able to setup, install, image and maintain personal computers, and chromebooks
  • Provide end-user support for Windows and Chrome computers
  • Proficient in supporting multiple audio visual equipment platforms such as Interactive Projectors, Whiteboards and SMARTBoards
  • Be a motivated, continuous self-learner with the ability to stay on task
  • Flexible weekly schedule
  • 30 hours per week
  • $10.85 per hour
  • Non-bargaining member position

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to Superintendent Matthew L. Bowen, 280 Sixth Street, Campbell, OH  44405 OR electronically at cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us  (superintendent’s secretary) by 3:00 pm on Thursday, May 10, 2018.

Important Dates for Seniors Seniors 2018 - Important Dates

Attention Class of 2018! 
Commencement is coming soon.  Please be aware of additional important dates prior to graduation.  

Memorial High School Athletic Awards Banquet Athletic Awards

Thursday, May 24, 2018

6:00 pm

Campbell Elementary & Middle School

Please click the link for reservation form

The Red and Black needs your help! red black

You can help by donating a Chinese Auction basket or gift card.  Please bring your donations to the E/M School (during school hours), by Monday, May 14th.
All proceeds to benefit the Reda and Black Drama Club

NHS Blood Drive blood

The NHS will be sponsoring an American Red Cross blood drive on Tuesday, May 1 at the High School. 

What's going on at Campbell City Schools campbell

Check out all the great things going on in Campbell City Schools.

End of the year Fundraising money

NHS - Pizza Joe's
Music Department - DiRusso's Products
Destination Imagination - Chipotle
Click Read More for the all the details

Kindergarten Registration kg

Kindergarten Registration and Screening
Don't Wait...
Last Pre-Registration date unitl August 6, 2018
Tuesday, May 15th  9am - 2pm

Annual “Stacks for Soroka” Pancake Breakfast Tickets Available Stacks for Soroke Pancake

 

The 7th Annual Stacks for Soroka Pancake Breakfast will take place on Sunday, March 4th from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at St. Joseph the Provider Church, located at 633 Porter Avenue, Campbell.

Annual “Stacks for Soroka” Pancake Breakfast Tickets Available

The 7th Annual Stacks for Soroka Pancake Breakfast will take place on Sunday, March 4th from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at St. Joseph the Provider Church, located at 633 Porter Avenue, Campbell.

NOW HIRING: BUS DRIVER Bus

The following classified position is available for the 2017-2018 school year:

1 FULL TIME BUS DRIVER

Requirements:

  • Current CDL with Bus Endorsement
  • Current Bus Driver Training Certificate from State of Ohio
  • Current BCI and FBI background checks

Salary per negotiated agreement.

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to Superintendent Matthew L. Bowen, 280 Sixth Street, Campbell, OH  44405 OR electronically at cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us  (superintendent’s secretary). Applications accepted until 3:00 p.m. on Monday, February 12, 2018 or until position is filled.

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Roxann Sebest class of 2000 has been chosen as our Fourteenth Alumni Spotlight.  

 

AIR Intervention - ALGEBRA I Algebra I

Students who will be retaking the Algebra I AIR Test will have an opportunity for interventions to review Algebra I content prior to the test.  Students will retake the Algebra I AIR Test Monday 12/18/17 and Tuesday 12/19/17. Mrs. Melott will be hosting an intervention week to cover topics studied last year. It is highly recommended that students attend so they can have a refresher of the course. 

When: Monday 12/11/17 to Friday 12/15/17
Time: 3:00 to 5:00 PM
Where: Room 328
Topics: Expressions, Equations, Functions, and Statistics

 

*Snacks will be provided*

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please feel free to contact Mrs. Melott at Mcmelott@campbell.k12.oh.us

 

Virtual Distracted Driver Simulator Virtual Distracted Driver Simulator

Campbell Students use simulation technology to learn about safe drving

Campbell City Schools Welcome Two New Administrators for 2017-2018 School Year Fox and Nichols

 

Campbell City Schools is excited to announce the addition of Kristin Fox and Brian Nichols to the Administrative team for the 2017-2018 School Year. Nichols will serve as Assistant Principal at Campbell Memorial High School and Fox will assume the role of Assistant Principal and Special Programs Coordinator for grades 4-7 and assist at the high school.

Brad Yeager Assumes Role of Campbell Memorial High School Principal for 2017-2018 School Year Brad Yeager

Campbell City Schools is excited to announce that Mr. Brad Yeager, current Vice Principal at Memorial High School, will assume the role of Principal for the 2017-2018 school year.  

“I feel very fortunate and privileged to work with the students and teachers of Memorial High School. It has been a long-time goal of mine to be a high school principal and I am excited to fulfill that goal,” said Yeager.  

Animals and Nature in Winter Mill Creek
Math 24 contest a great success! math
STEM Cookies

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Mrs. Stallsmith's STEM class took advantage of the 3D Printer, creating cookie cut-outs. The students designed their own holiday cookie cutter, used the 3D Printer make the cut-out, and then used the cookie cutters to make cookies.

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.

8th Grade STEM - "Believe In Ohio"

Miss Glosser's 8th Grade STEM class participated in "Believe In Ohio" where students created an invention of a product or service that has not been invented or to improve a product that has already been invented.

Three Sixth Grade Students Organize Toy Collection for Akron Children's Hospital

All three girls said they just wanted to do a good deed to give back during the holiday season. They have asked their fellow students, teachers, family and friends to help them with this toy collection.

 

 

History of Campbell presentation

Mr. Rick Gozur entertained CEMS third graders on Wednesday, October 28, 2015.  Mr. Gozur's presentation focused on Campbell and Ohio history.

Congratulations Nattaphon Banchong! Congratulations Nattaphon Banchon

Mr. Nattaphon Banchong was born in Thailand in 1991.  He moved to the United States in 2001with his family.  Mr. Banchong graduated from Canfield High School and currently attends Youngstown State University.  He was initially hired by the Campbell City School District as a part time technology helper and was later awarded the full time interim assistant technology coordinator position in March of 2015.

Mr. Banchong applied for U.S. citizenship this past June and later successfully passed the required assessment taken in Cleveland, Ohio.  He was sworn in as a United States Citizen on September 10, 2015 in the Mahoning County Court of Common Pleas.  

Nattaphon commented, “I would like to thank Campbell City Schools for all of the opportunities I have been given.  It is wonderful to be working here.”  Superintendent Matthew Bowen stated, “Nattaphon is hard-working and incredibly gifted.  We are all proud of his recent accomplishment and know he will have continued success in all his future endeavors.”  

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 Students on the BIG Screen!!! Campbell Students on the BIG Screen!!!

Click the links below to support our students.

"Shattered" - High School Students
"Give Him the Hint" - Middle School Students

Please sign in with your Gmail account and like the video.  The more likes we receive the more recognition our students will receive.  

Campbell’s Dean Austalosh Advances to District Golf Tournament Next Week Dean Austalosh

Salem, OH--  Congratulations to  Campbell Memorial’s Dean Austalosh, who in rainy, cool conditions, scored an amazing round of 77 to finish 1st place individually and 2nd overall at Salem Hills Golf Course,  in the Division III Sectional Tournament Monday.  The second place finish means Austalosh advances to next Thursday’s District Tournament at Tannenhauf Golf Club in Alliance.

Austalosh was second only to Columbiana’s Jared Wilson, who shot a 76.  Of the 58 player field, Austalosh who shot 77,  beat his nearest competitors by  at least 8 strokes.

District Tournament Play is set for Thursday, October 6 at Tannenhauf Golf Club.

Literacy Collaborative at Campbell City Schools

Our students are learning amazing things! Thank you teachers for making literacy so much fun!

 

 

All-American Conference Champion! DEAN

Congratulations to Campbell Memorial's Dean Austalosh on winning the All-American Conference Golf Championship!  Dean carded a 73 at Trumbull Country Club in Warren, Ohio.

AAC

Campbell City BASEBALL and SOFTBALL sign-ups kids baseball

SIGN-UPS FOR CAMPBELL LITTLE LEAGUE

BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL

Saturday, March 10th, 2018 from 1pm-4pm

Sunday, March 11th, 2018 from 1pm-4pm

at Campbell City Hall

Tee-ball (Ages 4, 5 &6) - $30

Coach pitch (Ages 7-8) - $30

Boys 9-10 yrs. old - $40

Boys 11-12 yrs. old - $40

Girls 9-10 yrs. old - $70

Girls 11-12 yrs. old - $70

Boys Pony League - $85

LAST 2 DAYS TO SIGN UP!

Any questions, call Jeff Jackson at 724-333-0017

State of Ohio End-of-course Testing Testing

Students at Campbell Memorial High School will begin taking their End of Course State Tests on April 16th.  All students enrolled in 9th grade English, 10th grade English, Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, American History, and American Government are required to take the tests.  Also, all 8th grade students will take tests in English Language Arts, Math, and Science.

All tests, excluding 8th grade, are requirements for high school graduation. 

It is very important that students are in attendance during their testing dates.  The state of Ohio only provides school districts with limited testing windows to complete the state tests.

If there are any questions regarding testing please contact the high school administration at 330.799.1515

SOCKTOBER sock

E & M Student Council is hosting our own SOCKTOBER collection with the help of you,  our soul warming friends!

DO GOOD WITH BURRITOS Do Good With Burritos

The 8th graders are having a fundraiser through Chipotle on Monday, October 22 from 5-9 pm.
Part of the proceeds goes towards their Washington DC trip.  Click Read More for the flyer

Ohio Dental Outreach ... the mobile dentist dentist

The dentist is comming to our school.  

Our school has joined with Ohio Dental Outreach to offer you in-school dental care. 

Kindergarten Registration and Screening kg

 

Tuesday, March 13th and Wednesday, March 14th 9am - 2pm

State Testing Dates

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In a few weeks, your child will be taking our state’s standardized test.  By working together, we can make your child’s test experience positive and successful.  

6th Annual Fedora Open fedora
Giving back to our community. thanks card

Campbell City Schools, Goya , and Philophtohos Society partenered once angain this year to prepare and deliver 45 turkey baskets to families in our communities! 

Support Our Destination Imagination Team

FUNDRAISER 

  

 

Red Devils' Art Showcased at the Canfield Fair!

Several of our Campbell students placed at the Canfield Fair Art Exhibit! This is the first year that we had entries and these young ladies and gentlemen represented Campbell with pride! Congratulations to our art teacher, Ms. Jessica Rotondo and all of our amazing students that participated!  To view the students' art work please "click" read more.

YSU After School Field Trip

Staff and students in the YSU after school program took a field trip to Downtown Youngstown last Friday to attend the City's Christmas Tree Lighting celebration.  Students watched the lighting, parade, and had an opportunity to see Santa Clause.

Friends-4-Friends Campaign Film Festival

 

 

 

 

 

 

Campbell Memorial High School Students ON THE BIG SCREEN!

VOTE FOR CAMPBELL MEMORIAL!!!

  • Click the link below
  • log onto Youtube
    • If you do not have an account; sing up, it's easy to do!
  • Click "like" to submit your vote
  • Watch the video - 2014 Campbell Memorial

 http://www.youtube.com/user/OperationKeepsake

 

 

LOOKING FOR A JOB? LOOK NO FURTHER! Money

Campbell City School District is actively seeking

Substitutes in the following departments:

Substitute Educational Aids

Substitue Custodial Helpers

Substiute Cafeteria Workers

Substutute Bus Drivers

PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE, APPLY TODAY!

RETIREES ENCOURAGED TO APPLY!

GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPLEMENT YOUR PENSION

*Must have clean BCI & FBI Background Checks and must be able to pass a drug test

Application for employment

Background check locations

IMPORTANT MEETING Don't Miss Out

Interested in earning college credit while still in high school?  Then, don't miss out on a very important meeting, Wednesday November 8th.

Operation Keepsake, Inc's Friends4Friends Film Festival. Friends4Friends

WE NEED YOUR VOTES!
Memorial High School's Peer Leadership Group entered a short film, titled Second Chance, into the Operation Keepsake, Inc's Friends4Friends Film Festival.
YouTube Video Link:
https://youtu.be/IDkuABvnmMo

Bright Futures Group Learns About Life as a Purple Raider at UMU Bright Futures at UMU

Campbell Memorial High School Bright Futures Group toured the University of Mount Union campus, while learning about athletics, admissions, scholarships and daily student life from current Purple Raiders.

2018 SCHOLARSHIP OFFERINGS

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CAMPBELL YOUTH BASEBALL: FREE Skills Camp & Sign-ups campbell baseball

 

Join Campbell Youth Baseball for a FREE skills camp on

February 17-18 and February 24-25! See flier for details!

PLUS get information for sign-ups for the 2018 season!

NOW HIRING: Part-time English Language Tutor EL Tutor

CERTIFIED POSITION VACANCIES

Part-time English Language (EL) Tutor

  • Source of funding is through the Title III Fund
  • Must hold appropriate Ohio licensure
  • Preference will be given to licensed teachers with a TESOL endorsement
  • Rate of pay will be $ 20.00 per hour
  • Non-benefit position
  • 5 days a week, 5.5 hours per day
  • Positions available for the second semester of the 2017-2018 school year

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of application to Mr. Matthew Bowen, Superintendent OR electronically to cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us (superintendent’s secretary) no later than 3:00 pm on Thursday, March 8, 2018.  

YWCA Food Drive food drive

- Please help Campbell Memorial senior, Samantha Hankey.   You can help by donating non-perishable food items for her community service project for Young Woman with Bright Futures.  

Support the Marching Band by Purchasing Spirit Wear marching band

The Memorial Marching Band is heading a fundraiser of spirit attire! Items for sale include: short sleeve and long sleeve t-shirts and hoodies.

CMHS Plants the Promise Plant the Promise

 

Memorial High School seniors pledged to “Plant the Promise” of maintaining a healthy and drug free life during Red Ribbon Week.  On October 27, a group of 30 seniors planted red tulip bulbs around the school's main entrance as their pledge to always say no to drugs. Each spring, the red tulips will serve as a reminder to all students about the importance and beauty of a drug free life.  The campaign is part of National Plant the Promise Campaign, which coincides with Red Ribbon Week.

Student Achievements Honor Roll

Congratulations to the Campbell Memorial students who exhibited superior work in the classroom.  Please visit the link below to view those students who earned  High Honor Roll, Honor Roll, and Perfect Attendance during the 1st Nine Weeks of the 2017-2018 school year.

CMHS Student Honors

Alumni News Update! alumni
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.  

Alumni Spotlight #5

Select the link below to read about the Alumnus chosen for our next alumni spotlight. 

Alumni Spotlight News

Memorial High School Cheerleaders Cheer Pink

2016 Overall Community Awareness Award

The Memorial High School Cheerleaders competed at the YSU Pink Ribbon Cheer Classic.  The team earned 1st place for overall awareness and 4th place for the most donations to raise awareness for Breast Cancer.  

Need Money for College? FASFA

Seniors and Parents:  Feeling overwhelmed with the whole financial aid process? Do you need help paying for college tuition?  If, so, come to Memorial High School’s Financial Aid Night where a financial aid advisor from YSU will be available to explain the FASFA process and answer any additional questions you may have.  Whether your student is going to a 4-year university, community college, or trade school, there is financial aid available to qualifying students.

A representative from the alumni association will also be avaliable to talk about alumni scholarships.

Scripts National Spelling Bee

Campbell Elementary and Middle School held its Spelling Bee on Friday, January 16, 2015 in the media center.  The group picture consists of the participants this year.  The two individuals pictuted are this year's winner Brandon Hurd and runner-up Samantha Howard. To see a list of students who represented their homerooms, please follow the link.  

 

  
Sixth grade student wins poster contest

Mya Volle, a sixth grade student at CEMS, was recognized as the winner of the State's Fire Prevention Poster Week Contest for Campbell City Schools.  The contest was open to all elementary school children in Ohio: Grades K - 6.  Mya's poster will be sent to Columbus, Ohio, where she will compete at the next level.  Pictured with Mya are Captain Greg Rosile and Firefighter Ryan Phillips.

9th Graders take Field Trip to Carnegie Science Center 9th Grade Science Trip
CMHS 1st Nine Weeks In Review Cover

Campbell Memorial High School has wrapped up the 1st nine weeks.  Take a look at the 1st Nine Weeks In Review.  A lot of great things are going on at CMHS and we would like to share with you.  In the newsletter you can find 1st nine week students who earned High Honors and Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance, Curriculum Update, Student Activity Highlights, Fall Sports Recap, and upcoming Winter Sports Schedules. 

CMHS 1st Nine Weeks in Review

Electronic Device Policy at CMHS No Cell Phone

Memorial High School is committed to eliminating distractions and engaging their students in order to achieve academic success.  Effective during the 2017-2018 school year students will be prohibited to have their electronic devices during instructional time.  The Campbell City Schools Board of Education has invested in providing students with multiple resources of technology.  CMHS is nearly 1:1 (device to student) with Google Chromebooks.  The teachers at CMHS deliver instruction and engage students effectively using the multiple technology resources.  The administration and instructional team value technology and they look forward to continuing to engage students effectively with minimal distractions.

More information will presented during orientation, open house, and during student grade level meetings.  The administration and teachers at Memorial High School appreciate your support. 

Electronic Device Policy

Currently taking applications for SUBSTITUTE CAFETERIA WORKERS cafeteria worker

The following classified position is available for the 2017-2018 school year:

SUBSTITUTE CAFETERIA WORKER

  • Must have High School Diploma
  • Current BCI and FBI Background Checks required

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to Superintendent Matthew L. Bowen, 280 Sixth Street, Campbell, OH  44405 OR electronically at cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us  (superintendent’s secretary) by 3:00 pm on Wednesday, February 21, 2018.

Tdap/Meningococcal School Clinic shot
2018 Spring Play...GREASE! grease

THE RED & BLACK DRAMA CLUB
Presents . . . 
G R E A S E 
Under the Direction of:  Mr. Joseph Spurio
Saturday May 19 at 7:00pm
Sunday May 20 at 2:00 pm 

K-7 Supplies Lists back pack
What a Successful Reading Buddies Program Reading Buddies
Students receive dictionaries

Several third grade students, along with Ms. Carney stand with members of the Struthers Rotary Club displaying the free dictionaries the orginization provided for each third grade student.  The Rotary Club has continued this program over several years.  Campbell Elementary & Middle School thanks Mr. Thomas Baringer and the Struthers Rotary Club.  

FRIENDS-4-FRIENDS FILM FESTIVAL 2014

 

Operation Keepsake   

The Campbell Memorial High School Peer Leadership Group won the following awards on their excellent work with this year’s short video at the 2014 Friends-4-Friends Film Festival:

Congratulations to all who made this film such a great message for our students at Memorial High School.

School Bus Safety

 

School Bus Safety

The Campbell City Schools' Transportation Supervisor, Tom Mesaros, and his team of drivers are preparing students by practicing bus evacuation drills. Please help your children by reinforcing bus safety rules while riding to and from school, not just during the month of October, but all throughout the school year.

 

 

Please select the following link:School busses are designed to be safer than passenger vehicles in avoiding crashes and avoiding injury.

 

 

 

Destination Imagination returns to Campbell! Destination Imagination returns

Destination Imagination is an international program where teams of seven or fewer students work create a solution for their chosen challenge and present their solution to a panel of appraisers at the Regional Tournament at Youngstown State University in March. 

If you missed the Destination Imagination Meeting October 30th you still have time to join a team!  Please contact Mrs. Buckingham for details. 

Camp FItch

Despite the frigid temperatures and winter weather that have kept most valley students from school the latter part of this week, several Campbell Elementary & Middle School fifth graders have continued their education by braving the cold at the annual Camp Fitch field trip.  Students left CEMS in the morning on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, and they are expected to return in the afternoon on Friday, February 20, 2015.

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2015

The Memorial HS Chemistry Club will travel to the Intel International 2015 Science & Engineering Fair on Thursday, May 14th.  Ms. Janek was awarded a grant which will pay for both the substitute teacher, in her absence, as well as the transportation costs and admission, for 40 Chem Club members.

Students are scheduled to view the International winners of the competition, participate in the hands-on activity entitled "Invasives Attack!" and wrap up the day with special admission to Spectrosocpy study, during which our students will perform a laboratory experiment.

Memorial High School's Chemistry Club is an American Chemical Society affiliated group.  Club members enjoy such benefits from ACS as pins, t-shirts, lab experiments, participation in global experiments, and internet access to chemistry photo competitions.

 

Jim Loboy aids students about weather

On Thursday, October 15, 2015, WKBN's Jim Loboy presented to Ms. Dill's class about area and nation weather.  Students participated and Mr. Loboy's explanations greatly enhanced the content area.  

CMHS Update CMHS Update

Select the link below to view the CMHS September Newsletter.  The students and teachers have been working hard and are off to a great start to the 2016-2017 school year.

CMHS September Newsletter

Building Bridges and Roller Coasters.

Mrs. Burn's STEM class spent this past week building bridges and roller coasters. They created bridge replicas from all over the world, The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California; Astoria Bridge in Astoria, Oregon; the Firth of Fourth Bridge in Scotland; and the Sydney Harbor Bridge in Australia. 

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Digital Danger

Are Your Kids Safe online?

Events

Our Children have been very busy the last month please check out our gallery page and see more of the activities that they have been participating in, and check back soon for future events.

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Update! Campbell’s Destination Imagination Team Advances to Golbal Tournament

Sunday morning this news segment ran on TV 21's morning news about our Schools Destination Imagination Team. 

click on the link below to watch 
WFMJ video

Congratulations Destination Imagination Teams

 Campbell City Schools sent 5 teams to participate in 

Congratulations teams you did an amazing job!

CMHS Teachers Present at The Ohio State University OLAC 2016

 

Memorial High School teachers, Maria Lowery, Amy Schmid, and Alaina Rauber,  along with Kristin Fox from the MCESC, recently presented at OLAC (Ohio Leadership Advisory Council) Winter Action Forum at The Ohio State University.  Here, they presented on strategies based on the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) which have been implemented at Memorial High School.  This research-based framework has assisted students and teachers in all content areas to eliminate barriers to help all students become more successful.  

Student Safety with Support From Our Local Campbell Authorities student safety

Good afternoon Campbell Families,

Student safety is and will always be our number one priority here in our district. In light of the recent media coverage surrounding clown sightings, we have taken preventative measures necessary to guarantee our students’ safety. We have been in communication with local authorities here in our city who will provide additional patrols during the hours our students travel to and from school. Our authorities will be visible during all extracurricular activities and events.  As always, we encourage you to talk to your children and share preventative measures if approached by a stranger.  Lastly, report any unusual activities to the authorities or to our onsite school resource officers. We appreciate your cooperation and consideration in this matter.

Kindly,

Mr. Matthew Bowen,Superintendent

Thank You Board of Health

Why should people get vaccinated against the flu?

The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat, and lungs. It can cause mild to severe illness, and at times can lead to death. The best way to prevent the flu is by getting a flu vaccine each year.

An annual seasonal flu vaccine is the best way to reduce the chances that you will get seasonal flu and spread it to others. When more people get vaccinated against the flu, less flu can spread through the community.

Next Flu Clinic:  Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at Campbell Elementary and Middle School.  Please call for more details.

United Way

 

The Mahoning Valley United Way held a press conference at Campbell Elementary & Middle School on Friday, February 27, 2015, to announce that its 2014 annual campaign raised $2,640,803.

The Unite Way funds CEMS's Success by 6 and BackPack programs.

Armstrong Cable's Kids Corner

Ms. Matzye and Mrs. Spurio's class will be featured on Armstrong Cable's program called Kids Corner.  The students heard a story about safety and learned all about a police officer's job.  Campbell Police Lieutenant John Rusnak was present to provide information and answer many questions from the students.  They also participated in getting their fingerprints taken and got to examine the pattern in them.  The students had a great time listening and learning and loved being engaged on the fingerprinting activity.  

Important Testing Information Test Graphic

Memorial High School will begin their End of Year Assessments on Monday, April 3rd.  Please vist the link below for more information.

CMHS Testing Schedule & Information

School Dress Code Dress Code

Please review the Campbell Memorial High School dress code.  There will be an emphasis placed on student dress code during the 2017-2108 school year.

Click the link below:

CMHS Dress Code 17-18 SY

Congratulation Destination Imagination Teams! DI logo
Campbell 6th Graders Work on Multi-Theme Art Projects in Class Rotondo Art Class Drawings

The students in Mrs. Rotondo’s 6th grade art class have been hard at work this nine weeks, creating multiple art projects under one central theme.

Kindergarten Student Registration and Screening KG

Wednesday May 17th  and Thursday May 18th   
 9am till 2pm

 

 

Senior Jasmine Woods Receives Young Women with Bright Futures Award Jasmine Woods

On Saturday, April 1, Campbell Memorial High School senior Jasmine Woods was honored at the YWCA of Youngstown’s 23rd Annual Young Women with Bright Futures Award brunch. Woods was one 30 other high school seniors to receive this honor. At the ceremony, each student was presented with a certificate and pin to commemorate the nomination.

Math 24

Campbell Elementary and Middle School hosted the Mahoning County Math 24 competition on January 27, 2015.  CEMS and CMHS had approximately 30 students from grades fourth through eighth grade compete against students from nine other area schools.    

Fourth Grade Student Council

Fourth grade students had an opportunity to represent their class as officers, leading to a debate held in the cafetorium.  Once candidates spoke, students voted for their representatives.  Those selected were the following:

Aidan Woodward, President

Nikki Davis, Vice President

Maria Kindinis, Secretary

Yolimar Gonzales, Representative

Anthony Kindinis, Representative

Jahaira Sanchez, Representative

Andrew Gulu, Repreentative

Campbell Hall of Fame Inducts Ten New Members

 

CAMPBELL, OH - On Thursday, October 1, ten new members were inducted to the Campbell Hall of Fame.  Class Inductees include: Brian Danilov (coach), Stavros “Stav” Diamondis (football), Joan Galida Fuller (girls track & field), Theodore Hasapes (football), Ken Kubus (football), William Maceyko (football), Mike Niciforos (football), Anthony Patellis (baseball), Dr. Michael Shultz (contributor) and Krystal Zoumis (girls basketball).

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.

Campbell Students Shine at Friends 4 Friends Award Recipients Campbell Students Shine at Friends 4 Friends Award Recipients

The students of Campbell City Schools produced two films this year for the annual Friends4Friends Film Festival titled “Give Him the Hint” and “Shattered”. On September 22nd at the DeYor Performing Arts Center the Students represented the community incredibly well.  Madeline Rosile, High School student and Luke Collins, Middle School student were each awarded best actor and actress. The Middle School team received the highest honor for best film titled “Give Him the Hint”.

"The Friends4Friends Film Festival is a great opportunity for young people in our area to showcase their artistic talents while also addressing important social issues in a meaningful way,” said Senator Joe Schiavoni (D-Boardman). “Students at Campbell Memorial Middle School can be proud of their outstanding work.”

 

Please Review and Print the 2016-2017 Winter Sports Schedule! basketball
Campbell City Schools Launches Official Facebook Page Campbell City Schools Launches Official Facebook Page

CAMPBELL, OH -  The Campbell City School District has launched its official Facebook page for additional access to district-wide updates, school news, event reminders and more. Students, parents, and community members are invited to “like” the official Campbell City Schools page at https://www.facebook.com/campbellcityschools/.  Campbell’s Facebook page is now an extension of the District's website. Families and community members are still encouraged to view the website but the District acknowledges the need to increase the access  to the most current up-to-date information for all stakeholders.  

 

Campbell Administrators and Staff Visit 33 Daybreak to Talk About Community Tailgate Campbell Administrators and Staff Visit 33 Daybreak

Youngstown, OH-- The day started VERY early Friday, for a group of Campbell School Administrators and Staff---at “Daybreak” you could say!  At 6 AM they visited the morning news set at WYTV-33, to talk with Meteorologist and Campbell Alumni, Jim Loboy about the big Community Tailgate planned for Friday evening.

Loboy, an ‘88 Graduate of Campbell Memorial High School asked about all the free activities planned for the Tailgate.  Assistant Principal Brad Yeager said,

“We have several bounce houses, face painting, an inflatable slide, a putting challenge, and free refreshments.  We’ve invited YSU as well, to make some early connections with our students.”

The Tailgate is set for 5-7 PM, right before kickoff.  The Campbell Red Devils play Liberty.

Campbell City Schools Marching Band Program Has Doubled In Size Campbell City Schools Marching Band Program

Please see the story broadcast on WFMJ.http://www.wfmj.com/clip/12758268/double-the-fun-campbell-band-has-the-beat

Campbell City Schools Marching Band program has doubled in size since last school year. Their marching band grew from two dozen students marching to 55 students marching on the field for the 2016-17 school year and includes students from 7th-12th Grade

2016 Scholarship Awards

  Congratulations and Best of Luck!

An Incredible Opportunity for a New Public Library in Campbell 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

School Supply Gift Received from Winner of Today's International Woman School Supply Gift Received from Winner of Today's International Woman

On Thursday, September 22nd, the students in Miss Gonzalez's class were visited by Adih Maria Perez, winner of Today's International Woman Pageant. The pageant was held on a cruise to the Bahamas where she represented our state of Ohio.  She was crowned the Queen of Queens and is also the first woman from Puerto Rico to win this honor. She is now engaging in community service and has graciously donated an arrangement of school supplies to Miss Gonzalez’s kindergarten class.  Her son, Jadriel, was also crowned King of Kids in this pageant. Mr. James Goske, Associate K-3 Principal comments, “We greatly appreciate the support we receive from so many generous people within the Campbell community.  Our students continue to learn from the positive role models willing to make a difference for children”.

"Rocking" a New Curriculum

Students in sixth and seventh grade music appreciation during the 2015-2016 school year will be learning to “rock out” as they navigate through the numerous musical genres that comprise the history of rock’n’roll.  These two classes, refocused as genres classes, are utilizing an exciting new curriculum known as Rock and Roll: An American Story, or, RRAS.  RRAS is an online educational resource presented by Steven Van Zandt's Rock and Roll Forever Foundation.  Their teacher, Mr. Welch, a longtime native of the area and familiar with its history of producing some of rock’s biggest legends, applied for the program which is free-of-charge to educators. Interdisciplinary in nature, RRAS includes numerous resources from multimedia content to chapter essays and printed interviews.  This curriculum will provide a great way to get students, parents, and other talking about music that all are familiar with and an opportunity to better understand some of biggest influences to popular in music over the last 100 years. 

Classroom dog is helping special needs children at Campbell Elementary

Turkey Disguises

Each year, since 2001, the turkey donated to the White House has been pardoned by the sitting president.  Students in Ms. Dovas' class tried to help turkey Tom make it safely past the holiday season (student version of pardoning the turkey) by disguising him.  

After the disguise of the turkey, students wrote a three paragraph persuasive essay that must convince the reader that their turkey is not actually a turkey and should not be eaten on Thanksgiving.  

The Sophomore class Fundraiser CMHS Jacket
Thank you! Soroka
Campbell Polo Shirt Class of 2018 Fundraiser polo
The Campbell Drum Line performed in the  Battle of the Bands at the Phantom's Hockey Game Campbell Drum Line

The Campbell Drum Line performed on Friday, March 31 at the Phantom's Hockey Game for their Battle of the Bands Competition.

Campbell’s Destination Imagination Teams Soar to New Heights at Regional Competition DI Devils Team

Campbell City Schools are once again participating in Destination Imagination (DI). This year, the district’s 5 teams range from Elementary to High School levels. On Saturday, March 11, Campbell’s 5 DI teams participated in the regional tournament that was held at Youngstown State University.

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.

 

 

Auditor of State Award

For Second Year Campbell City School District Receives Auditor of State Award

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

The Auditor of State Award is presented to local governments and school districts upon the completion of a financial audit. Entities that receive the award meet the criteria of a “clean” audit report.

Nora Montanez, Treasurer comments, ‘We are pleased with our staff’s cooperation in following district policies and financial procedures enabling us to receive this distinct honor and recognition two years in a row.  It is most necessary to always be good stewards of the taxpayers dollars.

 

Campbell Memorial BAND Alumni

The First Alumni Band Night  

will take place on Friday, October 7, 2016 

 

Alumni Spotlight #9

Select the link below to read about the Alumnus chosen for our next alumni spotlight. 

Alumni Spotlight News

Campbell Elementary and Middle School Teachers Present in Columbus.

Campbell Elementary Presented Text Evidence Session at State Conference

 

Campbell City Schools Hire New Football Coach Butch Jennings

Butch Jennings, the former head coach at Valley Christian Schools in Youngstown, has been named head football coach at Campbell Memorial High School, as approved by the Board of Education at the regular meeting on January 23rd.

PRE-SALE FOOTBALL TICKETS tickets

PRE-SALE FOOTBALL TICKETS ARE
AVAILABLE BEGINNING THIS WEEK!

Tickets are available from 8am-4pm
Wednesday & Thursday and until 2pm on Fridays at the
Board of Education Office at 280 Sixth St.
Adults - $6 ($7 at the gate)
Students - $3 ($4 at the gate)
Senior Citizens - $2 (To obtain the senior citizen ticket price you MUST obtain a pass from the Board of Education)

Campbell City Schools Offer High School Diplomas to Veterans Veteran Diploma

Campbell City Schools is offering diplomas to veterans who could not receive their diploma due to service in World War II, Korean Conflict, or the Vietnam Conflict. Legislation passed in 2003 also includes men and women who entered the workforce to provide and care for their families during those conflicts.

Veterans who attended Campbell City Schools or currently living in the city of Campbell are eligible, but must provide a discharge form DD-214 to indicate honorable service during any of these conflicts and a copy of their school transcripts. A relative can also apply on behalf of a deceased veteran to receive their diploma posthumously.

Additional information can be found on the back of the application available on the Campbell City Schools website and Facebook page.

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Oh Wow! visits CEMS

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The Oh Wow! science center visited Campbell Elementary & Middle School on Monday, February 27, 2017.  

CMHS Presents in Columbus

Members of the CMHS Instructional Team shared a strategy with educators across the state of Ohio that they have implemented to strengthen writing across ALL content areas.  The strategy was designed to assist students in achieving top-notch points scored by a common writing rubric.  Through the collaboration and persistence the educators at CMHS have improved student writing across all contents.

Special thank you to those who have showcased one of the many great things that go on at Campbell Memorial High School; Maria Lowery (Life Science Educator), Amy Schmid (History Educator), Alaina Rauber (Intervention Specialist), Jacquelyn Hampton (High School Principal), and Kristin Fox (Mahoning County Consultant).

Campbell Schools Saving Costs Through Van Purchase

Instruments Needed!

The value of the arts in education is something that the Campbell City School District takes very seriously.  The district feels that every child deserves the chance to play a musical instrument. Studies have shown that music classes aid students academically and help teach them the skills necessary for success later in life.

Unfortunately, not all students can afford to rent or buy an instrument and our inventory in the district is quickly shrinking with additional participation. Help keep music alive for everyone in our schools and consider donating an instrument or sponsoring a student with a monetary donation.

Perhaps you have a saxophone or trumpet in your attic that hasn’t been used in a while. Maybe you know someone who has a snare drum gathering dust. If you have an instrument that we could put to use, please fill out the required information below.

PLEASE CLICK HERE: Download Donation Form

IN THE NEWS:  http://www.wfmj.com/story/29912225/forty-five-band-students-in-campbell-are-in-need-of-an-instrument

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.  

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Campbell Cheerleaders Showed Their Red Devil Pride at Canfield Fair Cheerleading Competition  

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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Campbell City Schools 2017 - 2018 Calendar

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Please take a look at the calendar approved for the 2017-2018 school year.  Remember to plan trips or vacations accordingly. All parents are encouraged to have students in attendance throughout the year.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 2017 HALL OF FAME HONOREES Congratulations
Student Work at the Canfield Fair

 

Mrs. Stallsmith's STEM classes were featured in the display at the Canfield Fair this year.  Each year Campbell City Schools participates in the Fair's Education Booth.  

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.

Soroka Foundation Assists with Alternative Seating

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The Mickey Soroka Foundation continues to find ways to support Campbell City School students.  

Alumni Spotlight #8

Select the link below to read about the Alumnus chosen for our next alumni spotlight. 

Alumni Spotlight News

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