Welcome back letter from CISD Administration

WELCOME BACK!  We at Campbell ISD have been hard at work over the past week preparing for the 2018-19 school year.  The staff and I are excited to welcome each student back on Monday, August 20th.

 Meet the Teacher will be held this Thursday, August 16th, in the new gym.  We will begin with a short presentation at 5:45 and then dismiss to the classrooms at 6:00 and continue until 7:00.  We hope to see each of you in attendance.

 We have many new faces on campus this year that many of you will come to meet over time.  Those new faces include:

 Mr. Crow–Principal

Mrs. Lopez–Assistant Principal

Mrs. Harris–Counselor

Coach Schultz–Athletic Director/Head Football Coach

Ms. Fretwell–High School English

Coach Dickerman–Government/Economics, 6th/7th Social Studies, Coach

Coach Crow–6th/7th ELA, Coach

Mrs. Dorsey–7th/8th ELA

Ms. Bree–6th/7th Math

Ms. Jacobs–Middle School Science

Mrs. Nicholson–Reading Intervention Instructional Aide

Coach Culp–ISS, Coach

Coach Harle–High School Special Ed. Instructional Aide, Coach

 

Please make sure to welcome each of these new faces to the Campbell family.

 We look forward to seeing each of you Thursday evening.  Out of respect to your family time, and the family time of my staff, please know we will start and end all Campbell events on time.  We want you to be able to make the most of your time with us.

On the next few pages some questions will be answered regarding the new school year.

 

WHAT TIME DOES SCHOOL START AND END?

School begins at 7:50 and ends at 3:40.  Doors will open for students to enter the building at 7:25.

 CAN I WALK MY CHILD TO CLASS?  CAN I EAT LUNCH WITH MY CHILD?

Parents are welcome to walk their child to class on the first day of school.  After the first day of school, parents will not be allowed in the classroom building unless a meeting is scheduled with a teacher.  During the first two weeks of school, there will be no visitors allowed during lunch. We ask this so that we can establish our procedures for lunch and everyone is fed in a timely manner.  This is also a time for students to socialize and make new friends. Beginning Tuesday, September 4th, we will welcome visitors for lunch. All visitors to the campus are to check-in with the main office upon arrival.

 MAY I BRING LUNCH FOR MY CHILD?

Parents and guardians are permitted to bring lunch for their child.  ONLY parents and guardians are permitted to do so. Friends of the family, boy/girlfriends, etc. are not allowed to bring food for students.  Also, a parent or guardian may ONLY bring food for THEIR child. Federal guidelines prevent anyone other than a parent/guardian from bringing food to any child except their own.

 WHAT IS THE PROCESS FOR ARRIVAL AND DISMISSAL?

This will be a change from previous years…my first bit of advice is please be PATIENT.  The first week or so of dismissal will take longer than in the past as we all adjust to new dismissal time procedures.  For arrival, all buses and cars will unload at the new gym entrance. Students will enter through the new gym with elementary students continuing to the cafeteria, high school students occupying the north side of the new gym and junior high students occupying the south side.  For dismissal, we will load all buses in the front drive ahead of all car pickups. Buses will be in place before any cars are permitted to pull forward. We will also reduce our pick up lines from a double line to one single-file line closest to the building. Cars will pull up to the respective cones in front of the building and wait for their child to be loaded at said cone.  Cars are not to pull around the line and shall wait to exit the drive in an orderly manner. The afternoon procedure is new to staff and parents. It will take some time to adjust to these procedures and to work out all of the kinks. We ask that you remain patient and trust that we are considering the safety of students, staff, and parents in making these changes.

WHY ARE THERE DPS CARS IN OUR PARKING LOT?

Campbell ISD, along with select other schools in Hunt County, have partnered with the DPS to allow DPS officers an office on campus to complete their day-to-day activities.  These officers are not employed by Campbell ISD, but will be on campus throughout the school year during the school day and in the evenings.

 STUDENT FORMS

Please have all student forms returned to your first teacher of the day by the end of the first week of school.  ALL forms need to be filled out. If a form does not apply to your situation, please state that on the form and return it for our records.

 HOW DO I KEEP UP WITH CAMPBELL ISD NEWS?

Information about the district can be found at the following locations:

 School Website–www.campbellisd.org

Facebook–Campbell ISD

Twitter–@campbellindians

 

Please check any of these sites for Campbell ISD information.

 

OTHER QUESTIONS

If there are any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at any time by phone at: (903) 862-3257, or by email at: jcrow@campbellisd.org.

 

 

Special Board Meeting August 9th 5:30PM

Meet the Coaches Sunday Aug. 5th 6PM

Come meet the 2018-2019 Campbell I.S.D. coaching staff.

Sunday, August 5, 2018 in the Competition Gym at 6 pm

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