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Congratulations Class of 2021 Westminster College Bright Futures Camp Great Job!  2021 Senior Baseball and Softball Players … Congratulations ! Middle School Track Team 2021 Fastpitch Season 2021 Baseball Season 2021 NHS Members

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

MASKS REQUIRED DISTRICT WIDE masks required

EFFECTIVE: September 8, 2021

(MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL, ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, MIDDLE SCHOOL and NEO IMPACT ACADEMY)

The Campbell City School District is constantly evaluating and making balanced decisions in the best interest of the students and staff. Together, as a community, we must maintain an in-person learning environment for our students. Our decisions are based on a constant review of real time data.  We thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.

Please Review our district’s COVID-19 online report to better understand the data: https://www.campbell.k12.oh.us/News/13079#sthash.PMwBSIls.TanyhriQ.dpbs  Also realize today, September 7, 2021, we have a large number students and staff who have reported off, are symptomatic, and are awaiting results. 

We are fully transparent with positive cases and recommended contact traced students affected by COVID-19.  We constantly review our data in the best interest of our students to maintain an in-person learning environment.  When masks are required, the need to recommend quarantine is no longer necessary as determined by the Department of Health guidelines.  Therefore, after a recent review of our trend data, the Campbell City School District will now be MASK REQUIRED for indoor learning and activities effective Wednesday, September 8, 2021 until further notice.  Please frequently visit and review the COVID-19 data report found on the website and Facebook to anticipate the duration of the REQUIRED mask status.

COVID UPDATE - SEPTEMBER 23, 2021 @ 11:17 AM 9/23/21

Please click HERE to view the up-to-date COVID-19 Report

MUST READ! STUDENT RECOGNIZED FOR PATRIOTISM Craig Kern

Please take time to read the touching email sent by Daniel Suttles, Brookfield Township Trustee who witnessed an act of kindness, respect, and gratitude during a recent football contest between Campbell Memorial and Brookfield. We are very grateful and proud of our student, Craig Kern and all students who bring great pride to our Campbell Community. Please read the letter below sent to Mr. Matthew Bowen, Superintendent.

GOTTA GET TO SCHOOL!

Attendance is key! Do your best to be in school and on time this year
GOTTA GET TO SCHOOL!

Friends 4 Friends Video - Campbell Memorial

Check out our staff and students in the latest Friends 4 Friends Video (Sexting - The Ever Present Past)
Open the video in YouTube and 
Click the like button below the video to place your vote. 

NOW HIRING: Part-time School Resource Officer SRO
  • Position for the 2021-2022 school year
  • Not to exceed 30 hours per week
  • Rate of pay is $18.50 per hour
  • Non-benefit position
  • Non-bargaining unit member
  • Upon approval, individual must secure commission through the Campbell Police Department.
  • Satisfactory FBI & BCI background checks are required
  • Location subject to District assignment
    • Anticipated work hours: 1:00 p.m.  – 7:00 p.m.

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of application to Mr. Matthew Bowen, Superintendent at mbowen@campbell.k12.oh.us  AND Carol Michaels, Administrative Assistant at cmmichaels@campbell.k12.oh.us  Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

TREASURER SPRAGUE ANNOUNCES SEPTEMBER 2021 COMPASS AWARD HONOREES Compass Award

COLUMBUS – Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague has announced Compass Award honorees for the month of September. The monthly recognition program commends organizations, programs, and individuals across the state who are working to guide Ohioans toward financial literacy and empowerment.

“Many organizations across Ohio are working hard to prepare Ohioans to meet the challenges of tomorrow, and the Compass Awards recognize those efforts,” said Treasurer Sprague. “This month’s honorees are helping students better understand personal finance and the impact of making smart financial decisions. Equipping the next generation with this knowledge will help them thrive in the modern workforce and strengthen our state’s economy.”

1 of the 3 Compass Award honorees for September include:

Campbell City Schools

Campbell City Schools has made raising the bar for students a core mission, ensuring individualized attention is provided to help students manage their finances and transition into successful careers. The district actively provides students with career exploration and money management instruction from the elementary grades through high school. Along with a stand-alone personal finance and careers course, partnerships with area businesses and institutions of higher education help students to better prepare for adulthood and the workforce.

Treasurer Sprague's Press Release  

Chromebook Acceptable Use, Agreement and Procedures


Chromebook Acceptable Use, Agreement and Procedures

Students are assigned a device when they enroll into Campbell City Schools.  They are responsible for keeping the device charged and bringing it with them to all classes. If a student transfers out of Campbell City School District during the school year, the Chromebook must be returned at that time.

We are providing a Chromebook at no cost, but there will be a charge if a Chromebook is lost or damaged
 - Lost, Stolen or Destroyed Chromebook:
          Samsung Chromebook - $180  
          HP Chromebook - $120
 - Damaged Screen: $50
 - Miscellaneous Damage - Camera, Touchpad, Charging Port, Headphone Port - $20  
 - Replacement Charger: $10
 - Damaged Keys: $5 each

Campbell City Schools Take Home Agreement - English 21-22
Campbell City Schools Take Home Agreement - Spanish 21-22

FACE MASK POLICY facemask

As of August 11, 2021 

The Campbell City School District desires to return to a normal routine to educate all students. We are making every effort to create the best possible learning environment for our students while maintaining daily operations without disruption. Therefore, masks are optional during the school day, yet strongly recommended for students and staff. Masks are required on buses per federal mandates. As medically stated, wearing a mask and being vaccinated reduces the spread of COVID-19 and the likelihood of student and staff quarantine that is disruptive to the learning environment.

At a minimum, students who are showing symptoms including a fever greater than 100.6 degrees will not be permitted to participate in in-person learning. The student may return to school after being symptom free for 48 hours without the need for fever reducing medications. Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 should isolate away from others and be evaluated for COVID-19. If a student or adults test positive for COVID-19, they should isolate for at least 10 days from the date symptoms started (or the date of the positive test if they have no symptoms).

The Campbell City School District is constantly evaluating and making balanced decisions in the best interest of the students and staff. Masks will likely be required in the 2021-2022 school year at some point. Please be respectful of the current decisions and future decisions. Together, as a community, we must maintain an in-person learning environment for our students. Our decisions are based on a constant review of data and collaboration with other officials and leaders throughout Mahoning County.

As a District, we will always do what is best for students. All future announcements regarding COVID-19 protocols will be timely, responsive, and necessary to maintain in-person learning opportunities and extracurricular activities for our students.

KG Student Information KG Information 21-22

Parents/Guardians of Kindergarten students.

Here is some important information, letters will be sent home later this week. We are looking forward to getting to know you!

E/M Open House and Opening Day Open Parent Letter - 21-22

E-M Parents/Guardians,

Here is Open House and Opening Day information. These letters will be sent out in the next few days. SEE YOU SOON!

Deland McCullough Athletic Scholarship Deland McCullough Athletic Scholarship

Campbell Memorial Alum and Super Bowl Champion, Deland McCullough stopped by to visit with the 1st recipient of the Deland McCullough Athletic Scholarship today.  He presented the award to James Shaffer, recent 2021 graduate who is attending Grove City College in the fall. James will study Accounting and continue his football career with the Wolverines.
Congratulations to James! Special thanks to Deland for his support and giving back to our community!
Once a Red Devil, always a Red Devil!
#GoRedDevils

Campbell E/M School Yearbooks EM YearBook

Attention Campbell Elementary & Middle
School Students and Families!!!

Yearbooks are still on sale
Ordering available ONLINE ONLY(with Credit or Debit) until
June 30, 2021
Full-Color Yearbook………………..$14.00
www.inter-state.com/yearbook

Campbell City Schools announces new project New Project

-Campbell City Schools announces new project-
These new student outreach efforts have resulted in higher test scores, according to the administration
https://www.wkbn.com/news/local-news/campbell-city-schools-announces-new-project/

Campbell Schools adding new family service center to district City of Campbell

-Campbell Schools adding new family service center to district-
He says WCWF will be more responsive to family traumas like job loss, social-emotional wellness, language barriers, career counseling, and mental health needs. https://www.wfmj.com/story/43921186/campbell-schools-adding-new-family-service-center-to-district

Campbell Little Red Devils Football/Cheerleader Sign-Ups Campbell Little Red Devils

ATTENTION K - 6TH GRADERS

Campbell Little Red Devils Football/Cheerleader Sign-Ups

When: May 20th, 2021  5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Additional Sign-Up dates will be announced
at a later date

Where: CLWCC - 436 Struthers-Coitsville Rd.
Cost: $75.00 for both football players & cheerleaders

Please visit our Facebook Page for upcoming announcements:
@Campbell Little Red Devils
Volunteer coaches needed

Please contact Gerald Hamilton 330-774-1592
or Stephen O’dea 501-259-2245

Coach KingCampbell BOE Approves New Varsity Football Coach

The Campbell Board of Education approved Andrew King tonight as our new Head Varsity Football Coach.

Click read more to continue

 

2021-2022 SCHOOL CALENDAR calendar

Please take a look at the calendar approved for the 2021-2022 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. 2021-2022 Calendar

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