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“Senior Walk” through the halls of the K-7 building!! Memorial Day Ceremony 2019 Congratulations on all your had work all year long! Footloose preformed by CMHS Red and Black Club 6th grade end of the year field trip. Kindergarten to 7th grade Success After 6 program. Michael Myers poet and author of the book Finding Light in the Darkness,  stopped by to show the students a different type of poetry.
2019 Spring Band and Choir Concert 6th and 7th grade Destination Imagination 2019 Elementary team won 3 rd place 
Middle level team won 2 nd place 
High school team Won 1st place and is moving on to the State competition!!! Student Council Strikes Again ! Great Job and Good Luck No Beans About it our Kitchen Staff is the Best! Student Council at it again New Pathways Campbell's Math 24 Team Math 24 competition



Children 18 years or younger can eat FREE Breakfast and Lunch throughout the summer months at Campbell City Schools!

June 3rd—August 8th   

Click the link for more information - Summer Feeding Program

Memorial Day Service Memorial Day Service

We had a beautiful Memorial Day service this morning. Thank you to our veterans and those who continue to serve our great country!

Football Stadium CMHS Football Field

Coming Soon New Home of the Red Devils!

Footloose Footloose 2019

Congratulations to the staff and students who put on an amazing performance of Footloose!

Youngstown Symphony Orchestra Youngstown Symphony Orchestra - 2019

The Youngstown Symphony Orchestra visited second and third grade students yesterday at CEMS, bringing to life the different instrument families they have studied in Mr. Welch’s music class.

Blackout Poetry Blackout Poetry

Last week, local author Mike Nyers visited CEMS to teach students about blackout poetry! Check out some of the awesome work students created during his visit.

Literacy Collaboarative Literacy Collaboarative

Literacy Collaborative is a teaching model being used at Campbell Elementary and Middle School that has had a great impact on our students. You can learn more about Literacy Collaborative in the attached video.

YSU Beeghly College of Ed Honors Ella Quinn

Youngstown State University Beeghly College of Education Honoring Ella Quinn!

Interactive Read Aloud Tovarnak Read Aloud

Mrs. Tovarnak's sixth-grade students participated in an Interactive Read Aloud this morning. An Interactive Read Aloud is when a teacher reads a book to the class while asking thought-provoking discussion questions throughout. Interactive Read Alouds allow students to engage with the story and listen to other students' perspectives on the book.

Chess is Life Chess is Life

Our third grade after school students would like to thank everyone at Chess Is Life for bringing this program to Success After 6 every week. The students were thrilled with the t-shirts provided on the last day!

Success After 6 Success After 6

Last week our Success After 6's had their final program. Thank you again for your support, here are a few pictures of the SA6 students this year.

2019-2020 SCHOOL CALENDAR calendar

Please take a look at the calendar approved for the 2019-2020 school year.  Remember to plan trips or vacations accordingly. All parents are encouraged to have students in attendance throughout the year. Click on this link to view the calendar. 2019-2020 Calendar

$12M Community Workforce Center to Open in January Business Journal

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Thank you public and private partners! Our shared vision and innovative model would not be possible without the commitment and leadership of the team!
We will continue to make our region a great place to live, learn, work and play!

Richard A. Gozur Sr. has been chosen as our Eleventh Alumni Spotlight. Mr. Gozur

Richard A. Gozur, Sr, class of 1970, is most definitely the consummate Red Devil! Rick is well known for his lifelong support of our city. He has been, and continues to be, highly involved in every facet of our Campbell community, serving in the educational, religious and government arenas.

Campbell Strong Schools Strong Community After School - Vallorec

Last night the students enrolled in our Campbell Strong Schools Strong Community After school were visited by Vallorec . The students learned about different trades and the processes that create metal pipes used for drilling oil. They asked questions about the the different fields involved and the how all the buildings at the facility work together emphasizing the importance of school and teamwork. Thank you again to Vallourec to take the time to speak with our students.

Campbell City Schools Announces Business Manager Hire Cheryl McArthur

The Campbell City Schools are proud to announce the hiring of Cheryl McArthur as the district’s new Business Manager.  McArthur comes to the district with a wealth of experience having worked for the Mahoning County Educational Service Center since 1999.

Destination Imagination DI Teams

On Saturday, March 16, 2019, Campbell City Schools sent 4 teams to the Destination Imagination Region 1 Tournament held at YSU. Destination Imagination challenges students to use the creative process to turn their ideas into reality and learn invaluable skills through the process of 21st-century skills and STEM principles. From kindergarten through university level students work together to solve collaborative problem-solving challenges.

Class Act Award Class Act Award

Congratulations to third grade teacher, Karen Carney, who was selected as last week's Dunkin Dontus Class Act teacher. You can watch the surprise at the link below.Keep up the great work Mrs. Carney!

Question of the Day... Question of the day

As a district, we are always working hard while seeking opportunities to make improvements without creating a burden of cost to our community!  The improvements listed, just like any other, are subject to the bid process and ability to secure the solar incentive offerings.  Click "Read More" for all the details.

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.

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