Camden County High School

Weekly Update-Volume VI Issue 21


Please remain flexible as we give exams this week. Review the exam schedule and if you are assigned to help set up a room, please be in the room by 7:45 (11:55 for the afternoon session). I also ask that you make yourself available to administer or proctor make up tests on Friday.

Pacing Guides

If you are teaching a class second semester that you did not teach first semester, your pacing guide and syllabus should be updated on your Canvas page before the start of second semester.

Educator's Handbook

The following link contains resources to help you navigate Educator's Handbook:

Rachel's Challenge

For more information on Rachel's Challenge, check out the video below:

The story that changes everything

Canvas Mobile App

Encourage your students to download the Canvas App on their Apple or Android devices to keep up with their homework, assignments, etc... To search for CCHS, just type in

Duty for the Week

First Lunch- Ormerod/Broyles

Second Lunch- Stuart/Galss

Third Lunch- CamTech


  • Lobby-J. Duncan
  • Front Parking Lot- Balduf
  • Lobby- Simmons
  • Front Parking Lot- Ormerod
  • Back Parking Lot- K. Sawyer

What's Happening This Week:

January 18, 2016

Holiday-MLK Day

January 19, 2016

2nd Period-NC Final Exams, CTE Post Assessments, and Teacher Exams-8:00

3rd Period-NC Final Exams, CTE Post Assessments, and Teacher Exams-12:00

CCHS Staff Meeting-3:20

Home Basketball vs. Gates

January 20, 2016

English II EOC

CTE Meeting-3:15

January 21, 2016

Math I and Biology EOC

January 22, 2016

Make Up Exams

End of First Semester

Basketball @ Creswell

What's Happening Next Week:

January 25, 2016

Teacher Work Day

January 26, 2016

Home Basketball vs. Manteo

January 27, 2016

Berry Out-Raleigh

Swim Meet-EC/YMCA

January 28, 2016

8:30 Senior Announcement Meeting

Report Cards

January 29, 2016

Basketball @ Cape Hatteras

Camden County High School


We believe that Camden County High School students have opportunities to graduate from a rigorous, relevant academic program so they will succeed in post-secondary education, 21st century careers, and as productive citizens while fostering meaningful relationships.


  • All students who desire can learn.
  • Camden County High School has high expectations for all students, teachers, staff and administrators.
  • The staff will work consistently as a team to guide students to achieve their highest potential.
  • Students, parents, and staff share responsibility for student learning.

CCHS Highlight Video

CCHS Promo