Campus Elementary School News

Teacher Assignments Sent Home

Teacher assignments for the 2015-16 school year were mailed home today, June 19th. If you do not receive your child's classroom placement information by Friday, June 26th please email Ms. Cottrell at


Ms. Lomis Moving to Third Grade

There will be a new but familiar face on the third grade team starting next school year. Ms. Annette Lomis will be moving from second to third grade in the fall. While she is looking forward to the new challenge of third grade curriculum the chance to work with some of her current students again was the clincher in her decision to move.

Ms. Lomis shared "I'm so excited to leap into third grade with my second grade students! What a great opportunity to make this change with a such super group of kids!" We are sure she will do a great job!

Campus Main Office Closed as of 5/29/15

Due to the start of construction at Campus Elementary the main office will be closed after 3pm on Friday, May 29th. If you need to withdraw or enroll your child please go to the Board Office at 9000 Kirby Lane. 

Summer Reading Photos

Research has shown that students who do not read over the summer months show a measurable decline in their reading skill when they return to school. In order to encourage our students to read, Campus is sponsoring a summer contest called 'Reading Everywhere I Go!'. Please send in photos of your child reading in different places over the summer months (the beach, the back yard, on vacation, etc.) to:

Students will have their photos posted on the school website and will be entered into a drawing for participating this fall.

Log In to Scholastic's Summer Reading Challenge

All Campus students have been registered to participate in the 'Power Up and Read' summer reading challenge through Students have already started to log their reading minutes to help set a world record for minutes read, unlock sections of the website and earn minutes for Campus Elementary...

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Summer Reading Tips!

Did you know that when kids don't read over the summer they are likely to fall behind when they head back to school? These learning losses are often called 'summer setback'. Campus wants to help you keep your child's skills on track by helping them to read all summer long...

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