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COVID UPDATE - JANUARY 13, 2022 @ 2:45 PM 1/13/22

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FREE ACT Prep classes sponsored by Bright Futures

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NOW HIRING; Part-time Bus & Light Duty Vehicle Mechanic bus mechanic
  • Flexible weekly hours.  (between 20-30 hours weekly).
  • Hourly compensation commensurate work experiences and certification(s)
  • Anticipated hourly rate ($18.00 - $24.00)
  • Inspects, services, repairs and/or rebuilds equipment.  Encourages drivers to ask questions and offer suggestions.  Tests repaired vehicles to ensure safety.  Performs preventive maintenance activities (e.g., changes oil, replaces filters, lubricates fittings, adjusts breaks, changes bulbs and wiper blades, etc.).
  • Identify and secures price estimates for significant repairs beyond low level repairs and general maintenance.
  • Maintains open and effective communications.  Uses problem-solving techniques to tactfully address questions/concerns.  Keeps stakeholders informed about emerging issues.
  • Provides technical expertise and manual skill in the inspection, servicing, and repair of district vehicles.  Recommends effective procedures to deal with emergency repairs.  Assists with annual bus inspections.
  • Recommends the replacement of equipment necessary to ensure fleet effectiveness.
  • Learns maintenance procedures for all district vehicles.  Shares knowledge about advances in operational procedures and equipment technology.  Helps bus drivers recognize problems before they result in equipment malfunction.
  • Reports irregularities and equipment abuse to the Superintendent.
  • FBI & BCI Background checks and satisfactory drug screen results required
  • Non-bargaining member

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Mr. Jim Klingensmilth Mr. Jim Klingensmith

Dear Students and Families,

It comes with great sorrow to inform you that a member of our Campbell family, Mr. Jim Klingensmilth, our principal, has passed away today, December 17, 2021.

Death can be difficult to understand, especially when it is unexpected. Many of us may be confronted with various emotions, which might include shock, sadness, and confusion. I want to assure you that we, the Campbell City School District staff, care about you and the feelings you may be experiencing.

Please understand, on December 20th and 21st the District will implement remote learning for all students. The buildings will be open only for in-person student grief counseling.

We want to support you during this time. The Crisis Response Team will be available to meet with students to assist you in dealing with any feelings you may be having. You might wish to share memories you have of Mr. Klingensmith. The entire caring staff is here to help you. They will listen to you and help you express your emotions in a safe place. Parents are welcome to call the school and schedule a time to meet with a counselor Monday and Tuesday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

Any time death touches us, it is incredibly stressful. This unexpected death may be quite shocking to you and confusing. We especially want you to know of our care and support for these reasons.


Matthew L. Bowen, Superintendent
Campbell City Schools


Substitute Cook’s Helpers

  • Preference will be given to individuals with evidence of a strong work ethic and previous experience working in food service.
  • Flexible work schedule subject to weekends and evenings
  • Current BCI and FBI background checks
  • Satisfactory pre-employment drug test results

Please see the flier for information regarding inclement weather delays.



Beginning this afternoon, Monday, December 6th, all kindergarten through 3rd grade students will be dropped off at home approximately 10 minutes earlier than their usual drop off time. Also, kindergarten through 3rd grade car riders will be dismissed and need to be picked up at 2:05. 4th through 6th grade drop off times will be the same as they normally are. These changes will be in effect daily until further notice, and are necessary due to staffing and scheduling changes in our transportation department. As always, we greatly appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

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. 

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

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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Campbell City Schools280 Sixth Street
Campbell, OH 44405
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Phone: (330) 799-8777
Fax: (330) 799-0875