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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.  

CERTIFIED POSITION VACANCY - 7TH GRADE SCIENCE TEACHER SCIENCE TEACHER OPENING

CERTIFIED POSITION VACANCY

The following position is available for the

2017-2018 school year:

7th GRADE SCIENCE TEACHER

  • Must hold appropriate Ohio licensure
  • Salary and benefits per negotiated agreement.

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 Tuesday, June 27, 2017.  

CERTIFIED POSITION VACANCY - SECONDARY MATH TEACHER MEMORIAL H.S. now hiring

CERTIFIED POSITION VACANCY

The following position is available for the

2017-2018 school year:

SECONDARY MATH TEACHER AT MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

  • Must hold appropriate Ohio licensure (7-12)
  • Salary and benefits per negotiated agreement.

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, June 26, 2017.  

ARCC Library Presentation TODAY! ARCC Rendering File

Please join Superintendent Matthew Bowen at the Library Board meeting TODAY, Monday, June 19 at 3 P.M. at the Main Branch located at 305 Wick Ave. Youngstown, Ohio 44503. 

The Campbell administration will be revealing the vision of the Activity Recreation Cultural Center (ARCC), announcing the STEAM partnership and seeking the approval of the Library Board to commit to an innovative solution to reduce cost while providing greater services within the Mahoning Valley. We personally want to invite you to show your support and commitment to the community and the outstanding students of Campbell.

Revised Final Exam Schedule revised finals

Due to the cancellation of school on Friday, May 26th the final exam schedule has changed.  Please be advised of the following final exam schedule changes:

Seniors Underclassmen (grades 9-11)

Tuesday, May 30th -

1st Period Final Exam

All seniors will also report to the
CMHS gymnasium at 1pm for
commencement ceremony practice.

Tuesday, May 30th - 
1st and 2nd Period Final Exams

Wednesday, May 31st -
3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th Period Final Exams

Thursday, June 1st - 
7th and 8th Period Final exams

ALL underclassmen make-up exams
will take place from 10 AM - 12:30 PM

If there are any questions please email Mr. Yeager at byeager@campbell.k12.oh.us

 

PROM prom
Leigh Yallech Scholarship Fundraiser
ACT Test ACT

All Memorial High School Juniors will take the ACT Tuesday, March 21st at 8:00 a.m.

The test is required by the State of Ohio and is FREE for all Juniors.  

Kyrsten's Kloset prom
CEMS Community Night Community Night

CEMS will host another Community Night
on March 9, 2017
from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the school.
The event is for families in K-3.
We look forward to seeing you there.

Campbell Memorial Students Engage Elderly Through Art student pic

Youngstown, Ohio – Local artist Mr. Joseph L. Thomas, a 96-year-old Youngstown native, will headline a public art show at Dandridge’s Bugundi Manor on February 24th, 25th, and 26th. Mr. Thomas, an artist for over 80 years, is known for his vivid oil paintings of portraits, landscapes, and still life. The show will also highlight artwork from Martin Luther King Elementary school students as well as paintings created jointly by Dandridge’s residents and Campbell Memorial high school students. The Campbell students have been meeting with Dandridge’s residents biweekly to engage in conversation, game-playing, and art. Students in Campbell’s HPAC (Health Professions Affinity Community) program began researching elderly neglect in the fall and chose to visit the local nursing home to demonstrate the value they place on our community’s elderly. The students will meet with the residents on four occasions throughout the months of January, February, and March.

WHAT:           A free art show with music and light refreshments, featuring local artist Joseph L. Thomas and Dandridge residents’ artwork. Some artwork will be available to purchase. 

WHERE:         Dandridge’s Burgundi Manor, 31 Maranatha Ct. Youngstown, Ohio 44505

WHEN:            February 24, 25, 26, 2017 | 10:00am – 4:00pm

Community Night: Thursday, February 9, 2017 Feb 9th Community Night Header

This Thursday Night, Campbell Elementary & Middle School is hosting another Community Night for families with students in grades 4 through 7.  The event is a Health Hoops for Hearts event and we hope to see everyone participate by playing basketball and other sports related activities.  Healthy snacks will be provided.  The event is from 6 PM to 8 PM in the gym and cafeteria.  Come out, bring the parents, and have a great evening!

6th Annual Stacks for Soroka Pancake Breakfast stacks
Campbell City Schools Announce Kindergarten Registration and Early Bird Incentive Kindergarten

Starts February 13, 2017
If you have a child who will be turning 5 by September 30th, 2017, live in the City of Campbell, he or she is eligible to attend
kindergarten in the fall.
Appointments are required and can be made by contacting Campbell City Schools Central Registration Office at 330-799-8204
(Monday-Thursday 10:00am-2:00pm)

 

 

Yianni Koullias Commits to YSU

Congratulations to Yianni Koullias!

Yianni will continue his academic and athletic career
at Youngstown State University.
 

Animals and Nature in Winter Mill Creek
Math 24 contest a great success! math
Campbell Students and Staff Showing Support

Flyer YSU

 

Youngstown State University has shown great support to the Campbell City School District as a partner in education. The staff and students of Campbell will show our appreciation and gratitude this Friday, January 6, 2017. All staff and students are encouraged to participate in a Penguin Spirit Day. Please wear red and black or your favorite Youngstown State University attire.

Mrs. Romito has kindly volunteered to create some banners and posters for the team. She will be making these available for all staff and students to sign. The team is leaving campus Wednesday, but we will send the team many photographs of our students holding the signed banners. We were told the team will receive our well wishes prior to the championship game!

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.

CEMS Music Concert Information

Holiday Music Concert

With today's school cancelation, this evenings K-3 Holiday Music Concert is also canceled.  A new date has been set, which is Tuesday, December 20th at 6 PM.  We are hopeful the weather cooperates so this performance can occur.  

In regard to the 5-7 choirs and 6-7 bands concert, it is still scheduled for tomorrow at 1 PM in the cafeteria.  The concert will still occur even if we have a two hour delay

2016 Yearbooks are in 2016 Yearbook

2016 Yearbooks are in!

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
Flu Shot Clinic flu shot
Pancake Breakfast Pancake Breakfast

Campbell Ecumenical Council of Churches

Saturday, November 19th
9 AM - 1 PM

at the Campbell Elementary/Middle School Cafeteria

Adults & Student $7
Children 11 and under $5

Veterans Day Veteran's Day

Campbell Middle School Veteran's Day
Campbell Middle School will be taking a moment to honor the community's veterans this Veterans Day on Friday, November 11, 2016 at Campbell Elementary and Middle School, located at 2002 Community Circle. The program will begin at 9:15 am and will last approximately forty-five minutes. Middle school students from the fourth grade fine arts classes will be providing patriotic music and medleys during the program. Local members of the VFW and American Legion will also be in attendance. Community members are invited to attend.

Library Merger Meeting community

The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning Valley will have two meetings scheduled for Monday, October 24, 2016. The first meeting is scheduled at 1 PM at the East Side Branch. The second meeting will take place at 6:30 PM at the Newport Branch. Residents of Campbell, Youngstown and Struthers are invited to discuss the services they would like to see in the new library. The purpose of the meeting appears to be for gathering information that architects will use in consideration of the design and the potential merger.

Please understand, we have previously met with library officials and their consultants to propose the Campbell site location. This information can be found on the Campbell website and on an earlier Facebook post titled “An Incredible Opportunity for a New Public Library in Campbell”.  You can view the entire presentation from the August 25, 2016 meeting.

It would be most appreciated if representatives from this community would be in attendance to respectfully articulate the needs of the children, parents and senior citizens.

 

2016-17 Open House

CMHS OPEN HOUSE

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.

Friday May 12th - EARLY RELEASE Early Release

Memorial High School Students will be dismissed at 12:35PM on Friday, May 12th.  This early release is designed for teacher professional development.  For any questions please feel free to call 330.799.1515.

CAMPBELL ELEMENTARY MIDDLE SCHOOL 2016-2017 HONOR ROLL – 2nd Nine Weeks Congratulations
Campbell E & M School Family & Community Night (Grades 4-7) Community Night Flyer

Campbell E & M is planning a Family Fun & Fitness Night from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, April 6 for students in grade 4-7 and their families. This program is designed to bring families, school and community together for an evening of activities. 

CAMPBELL CITY SCHOOLS WILL BE PROVIDING A FREE SUMMER FEEDING PROGRAM FOR THE 2017 SUMMER. kids eating lunch

Starting June 5th - August 17th
Monday - Thursday
Campbell School will be providing FREE breakfast and Lunch for all children age 1-18.   

 

LICENSED TUTORS

The following positions are available for the 2016-2017 school year:

2 LICENSED TUTORS

Must have current Ohio teaching license

5 days per week/5.5 hours per day

Hourly Rate $19.00

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.  

Community Night

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6th Annual Fedora Open fedora
Alumni Volleyball Match VB

Join the Memorial High School Volleyball Team during the 1st annual Alumni Volleyball Match.  Fans will have a chance to play against both current players, and alumni players.  Come out and support your CMHS Lady Red Devils on November 5th at 5:00PM at D'Amoto Fieldhouse. 

Friday January 27th Early

Campbell Elementary and Middle School Students will be dismissed at the following times on Friday, January 27th.  

Grade 4-7 @ 12:30PM
Grade K-3 @ 1:00PM

2017 SCHOLARSHIP OFFERINGS grad

scholarship

Please review the information letter to determine which scholarships you are eligible for. 
The deadline to submit applications is Monday, April 24, 2017.   Memorial High School seniors are to turn applications in to Mrs. McCallister, Guidance Counselor. 

Continuing education and post graduate students should mail applications post dated by April 24, 2017.

LEGAL NOTICE - REQUESTS FOR PROPOSAL Legal Notice - Requests for Proposal

The Campbell City School District is accepting bids from Food Service Management Companies for the management of their school food service program.  The RFP will be made available at the mandatory pre-bid meeting on May 25, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at the Board of Education Office located at 280 Sixth St., Campbell, OH 44405. Sealed bids must be submitted by 10:00 a.m. on June 9, 2017. Only qualified bids will be accepted. 

Campbell City School District

Nora J. Montanez, Treasurer

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.

Early Release Friday September 30th

PTO Fall Craft Show

CMHS Homecoming 2016

Campbell Memorial Annual Homecoming Dance will take place on October 15th, 2016 from 7pm until 10pm. The dance will be held at the E&M Building in the Cafetorium and is for all 9th-12th-grade students. Tickets are $8 presale in room 334 before or after school and $10 at the door. No students will be admitted after 8pm to the dance.  

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.  

Alumni News Update! alumni
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.

2016-2017 Ohio School Entry Requirement for Meningococcal Vaccine meningococcal

ATTENTION PARENTS: 

All students who are currently in the 7th and 12th grade must have the Meningococcal Vaccine!

Math 24 Postpones

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Due to today's school closing, tonight's Math 24 competition has been postpones.  A tentative date is currently set and will be announced after confirmation is received that other schools are able to compete on that date.  Once this is confirmed, the date will be announced.

9th Graders take Field Trip to Carnegie Science Center 9th Grade Science Trip
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

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Support the Campbell Memorial Freshman and Senior Classes

Saturday, November 5th
Doors open at 10:30 AM
Auction begins at 11:00 AM

St. Michael's Byzantine
463 Robinson Road
Campbell, OH 44405

GRAB YOUR ROLL OF QUARTERS
AND COME BID ON A WIDE RANGE OF ITEMS

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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What a Successful Reading Buddies Program Reading Buddies
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

Youth Basketball Camp camps

Campbell Memorial High School Boys Basketball Coaches and Players will host a youth basketball camp for boys in grades 4-6. Join Head Coach Nick Canterino along with his coaching staff and players on November 5th from 9:00am - 12:00pm at the Memorial High School Gymnasium.  Campers will learn proper shooting techniques, ball handling skills and compete in various fun drills and activities.  Lunch and a t-shirt will be provided for all participants.

Registration Form

 

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.  

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

Certified Position Vacancies SUMSCHOOL

MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL 

SUMMER SCHOOL SESSIONS

YSU Afterschool Program Enjoys Snacks Made With Plants Grown in Hydroponic Lab Hydroponic Harvest
Campbell Administrators and Staff Visit 33 Daybreak to Talk About Community Tailgate

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 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.”

 

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.  

 

Please Review and Print the 2016-2017 Winter Sports Schedule! basketball
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.

Kindergarten Student Registration and Screening KG

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

 

 

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

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”.

Campbell City Schools Marching Band Program Has Doubled In Size

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

The Sophomore class Fundraiser CMHS Jacket
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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Campbell Polo Shirt Class of 2018 Fundraiser polo
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.

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 CITY SCHOOLS ANNOUNCES ATHLETIC RECREATION COMPLEX

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.

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

Activity Recreation Center Video Campaign

 

To learn more select: Activity Recreation Center Brochure

To make an electronic donation go to: www.payforit.net

Want to get the latest schedules & updates on your favorite high school & middle school team?

Activity Recreation Center Donation Brochure

To see full brochure select image.

Rec Center

To make an electronic donation go to www.payforit.net

 

Oh Wow! visits CEMS

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

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

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.

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.  

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 2017 HALL OF FAME HONOREES Congratulations
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.  

Seneca Allegany Casino Band Fundraising Trip band trip
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