March 17, 2023


Spring pictures have been rescheduled to MONDAY, APRIL 3rd. The deadline to buy a yearbook is TODAY - FRIDAY, MARCH 17th. Please scroll down to see link and guidance to order. Good luck to our Amazing Shake representative as he makes his way to Atlanta today for the big competition!


All families are cordially invited to walk through our Spring Art Show to view an original collection of artwork created by our students. The show will be held on Thursday, March 23rd from 3:00-5:30 in the Lee Allsbrook Gymnasium. Art pieces created by your student are available for purchase by donation at a minimum of $5 per piece.


April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and our school counselor, Mrs. Akers, will be delivering a new prevention program in Guidance classes. Attached below is a letter explaining the Child Protection Unit. If you do not want your child to participate in these lessons, please complete the bottom portion of the attached letter and return it to your child's teacher. You may print the attachment or ask your child's teacher to send a hard copy home with your student. If you have additional questions, please contact Mrs. Akers. Parents can view the curriculum online by going to and creating an account. Enter your grade-level activation key listed below to view program resources.

CPUKFAMILYGK - Kindergarten

CPU1FAMILYG1 – 1st grade

CPU2FAMILYG2 – 2nd grade

CPU3FAMILYG3 – 3rd grade

CPU4FAMILYG4 – 4th grade

CPU5FAMILYG5 – 5th grade


Once again, our district has been asked to support our local Imagination Library, Rutherford Books from Birth. Their goal is to raise a dollar for every child in the school system. For us, that is approximately $50,000. The monies that we put into this fundraiser directly impact the students of our school district in a positive way. March, which is National Reading Month is a perfect time to kick off this fundraiser! Click this link for more information and click on Become an Imagination Library Supporter to donate!


The school yearbook is on sale and may be purchased online for just $35! The last day to purchase a yearbook is MARCH 17th.

Please note that the school will not have extra yearbooks on sale at the end of the school year. You MUST preorder a yearbook if you would like for your child to receive one.

Follow the steps below to order:

  • Go to
  • Enter the state, city, and school and click Let's Go.
  • Click on yearbook.
  • Enter your student's first and last name, click on grade and select your child's teacher's name. Add the yearbook to the cart.
  • Create your account to purchase.


The True Blue Store order deadline has been extended until Monday! Items include tie-dye t-shirts, performance t-shirts, baseball “ringer” tees, several sweatshirt options and a zip-up hoodie. Also, the “True Blue Chicks” shirt is now available for purchase! Proceeds from the sale of this item will be used to fund the upkeep of the Campus School Chickens.

All orders for the True Blue Store must be placed online at:

A portion of all purchases go back to the Campus School PTC and we appreciate your support! Please contact Lauren McDevitt at for questions!


The Soccer sign up form will be sent home April 3rd. We will need coaches! Please indicate your interest on the form sent home. If you do not have a child playing but are still interested in coaching, please email Mrs. Phillips at


Be sure to have your student wear a Campus School t-shirt, sweatshirt, or school colors to showcase their SCHOOL SPIRIT every Friday! We will also set aside one special Friday each month to host a school wide TRUE BLUE CELEBRATION in the gym! Our next True Blue Celebration is scheduled for March 17th!


Guests may eat lunch with their student on either of the student's scheduled days. Grades K, 2, 4 may have guests Monday or Wednesday and Grades 1, 3, 5 may have guests Tuesday or Thursday. Follow the directions below to sign up.

  • Sign up at the Sign Up Genius link below.
  • On your lunch day, sign in at the front office and proceed to the guest table downstairs at your child's lunch time. You may also elect to eat lunch at a picnic table outside the cafeteria.
  • Only the child of the guest in attendance may eat lunch with the guest.
  • Guests need to bring their own lunch due to food supply shortages and the limited amount of preordered food available for serving.
  • The guest will be responsible for collecting and throwing away all trash.


Addison Ramsay

Austin Thomas

Brooklyn McQueen

Bryce Yates

Cara Flood

Elias Akers

Ella Ramsay

Ezra Pitt

Graham Pitz

Harper Vaughan

Hazel Williams

Holland Peltier

Jobi Malebranche

Lane Ratliff

Leo Carey

Oluwatomipe Ebbah

Preston Windom

Samantha Rogers

Zoey Griewahn


March 21: No school for students

March 23: Spring Art Show 3:00-5:30

March 27-31: Spring Break!

April 3: Spring Pictures!

*The school and district calendar are linked below for easy access.



  • The front doors are open at 6:50 to admit students. Bring your student early to participate in a Lightning Leader Club or grab a quick breakfast!
  • Students go directly to class at 7:15.
  • School starts with announcements at 7:25.
  • Students need to enter school by 7:20 or they are starting their day behind!
  • Dismissal is from 2:30-2:40.
SCHOOL QUOTE: Early is on time, on time is late and late is unacceptable!" Eric Jerome Dickey


Please check out the maps attached below for procedures when dropping off students each morning or picking up in the afternoons.


The Campus School Handbook is attached below and can also be found on the school website.


  • At 7:15, students are sent directly to the classroom. Your student MUST arrive by 7:00 to eat breakfast! The student cost for breakfast is: $2.00.
  • Breakfast typically consists of a cheese stick, cereal bar, cheez-its, poptart, or graham crackers with milk and/or juice.
  • Lunch is a choice between two hot entrees and two vegetable choices. A sandwich or salad may be offered as an additional option. The student cost for lunch is: $3.25.
  • Due to delivery shortages, we are cannot guarantee menu and ala carte items will be available. As a result, the menu is subject to change without notice.
  • Please click here to create an account with MyPaymentsPlus, the online payment tool for the cafeteria. The Meal account is for breakfast or lunch and the General account is for ala carte (snack, ice cream) items.
  • Campus School and McFadden share a school nutrition manager. Her name is Mrs. Maggie Connor. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to her via email at


Be sure to register in or add all of your Campus students to School Cash Online. You will need the student ID number (aka lunch number - found in SKYWARD).Teachers will no longer be sending home paper field trip forms or collecting field trip payments. School Cash Online will notify you via email of any upcoming Field Trip for your student. You will access the Field Trip permission form as well as pay for a Field Trip at the School Cash Online site. Click here to access School Cash Online. Please contact Mrs. Lori Logsdon, Bookkeeper at or at 615.895.1030 if you experience any issues with enrollment. She is more than happy to assist! Please note: you cannot pay for cafeteria items using School Cash Online. The online payment for the cafeteria is MyPaymentsPlus.


We are thankful for our school nurse and the tremendous job she takes on daily to take care of our students and staff! You can reach Nurse Hollifield by phone at 615-895-1030 extension 26302 OR via email at Please note: responses to phone calls or emails will take place during school hours when school is in session.


It's the season in which we see various illnesses such as flu, strep, etc. make their way around classrooms. Please help us reduce the spread of illness by keeping your student at home if he/she is displaying symptoms of contagious illness. If your child has a temperature of 100.4 or above, he/she may not return to school until his/her temperature has been below 100.4 for a full 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications. Our custodians are working diligently to keep classrooms clean and we are additionally fogging classrooms periodically to kill germs and reduce spread!