School Illnesses

As you know, many students and staff members have been absent from school due to illness.  Several different illnesses have affected our community and they seem to be re-occurring.  In order to get control of the spread of these illnesses we are providing these reminders.

Students and staff who have been sick shall not return to school until they are fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medications.
Please talk to you children about washing their hands after using the restroom and several other times throughout the day.
The staff at Campbell schools is working hard to combat the spread of illness and we need your help by not sending your children back to school too soon after they are sick.
Thank you for your help!

Mark Keahey

Campbell ISD

Indians Basketball Playoff Game Information

Varsity Boys Basketball Playoff game at Community ISD Tuesday 7 PM vs Blue Ridge.

Address for Community ISD High School:
620 FM1138, Nevada, TX 75173

Softball schedule for the week:

Feb 23rd Thursday
In Honey Grove
6pm vs Ector
7:30 vs Rivercrest
Feb 24th Friday

4pm vs Greenville Christian

In Greenville

Feb 25th Saturday
10am vs Cooper
In Cooper

Drama Club and One Act Play Clinic

Drama club students in grades 6-12 and club sponsor Dr. Cantrell went to see the show STOMP at Fair Park Music Hall. STOMP takes place in New York with an eight member cast who make music on everyday objects like brooms, buckets, trash cans, hammer handles, inner tubes, lighters, and the kitchen sink. It is an energetic show that has the audience clapping in rhythm along with the actors during interactive parts. It was a great live theatre experience. STOMP2

The high school one act play students and their director, Dr. Cantrell, went to a One Act Play clinic at Texas A&M University-Commerce where they got to practice performing their play in the college theatre and receive a critique from a professional judge about how we can improve our play before our competition. Amanda Mothersell and Blayne Stephens received training on how to operate lights and sounds on a professional board, Maddie Toland worked as a stage manager, while Andrew Davis, Summer Bouley, and Francis Evans worked as stage hands helping with technical aspects. Vera Toland, Jaimie Romero, Annie Simms, and Chloe Mothersell acted out the play. They received great feedback and can’t wait for competition on March 20th.
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Inquiries related to the policies of Campbell ISD should be directed to: Mark Keahey, Superintendent at 903-862-3259

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