Camp Road Cougar News

September 25, 2022

Principal's Greeting

Hello Camp Road Families!

A few thoughts:

  1. Join me in celebrating Sumter Wilson, who runs Varsity Track with the JICHS team and will receive a varsity letter after a qualifying run last Saturday. He was chosen as the JICHS Runner of the Week last week.
  2. Congratulations to the following CRMS students who have been cast in the fall musical production of Bye Bye Birdie! Karsyn Boyd, Thomas Burgess, Asher Bryan, Zoey Cawthorne, Benjamin Faust, Joanna Foster, Savannah Fralix, Lorelei Hoen, Molly Janech, John Kimbrell, Allison Moorer, Madeline Nelson, Caroline Osboorne, Lyla Parkman, Ava Post, Gavin Ramos, Harper Rhodes, Rosie Sandin, Piper Sokol, and Logan Tomlins. Show dates will be November 18-20 at JICHS.
  3. Make sure you become a PTO member by tomorrow to be eligible for the gift card drawing. More information in the PTO section.
  4. This week I will talk to our CRMS students about putting together a Student Council. I will invite each homeroom to elect a representative to be on their grade level student council. I look forward to meeting with each grade level student council monthly to talk about how we can make Camp Road a better place for all students to learn!

Jaclyn Rowehl


Upcoming Events


September 26: PTO Gift Card Drawing for Members (see the PTO section to become a member!)

September 27: CRMS Spirit Night at Bohemain Bull

September 29: Outdoor Club - SUP (Stand-Up Paddle Boarding)

September 30: PTO Homeroom Donut Party for the Homeroom with the highest percentage of PTO members

October 7: Coffee and Conversations with Ms. Rowehl in the Media Center 9am-10am

October 7: Early release (students released at 1:30)

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Bullying Prevention

This week some grades will discuss social factors that contribute to bullying. In this lesson, your child will consider other people's attitudes and beliefs about bullying and harassment, as well as their own.

Parents: Consider sharing your thoughts and feelings around bullying with your child. Find out where you and your child agree and disagree on the topic.

Cyberbullying is a very real issue for many teens. Here is an article on identifying, preventing, and responding to cyberbullying that you may find helpful. Cyberbullying: Identification, Prevention, and Response

News from the Nurse

Positive for COVID? Please use this COVID Reporting Form to report positive cases to the nurse.

News From Guidance

Learn more about gifted testing: FAQ’s: CCSD Gifted and Talented Nomination Testing

News from PTO

PTO is striving for 100% Parent-Teacher participation! The PTO supports academic recognition with quarterly Honor Roll celebrations, behavioral recognition with monthly Thrilling Thursday celebrations, teacher and nurse allowances, staff appreciation lunches, playground items, school clubs and more. Membership is just $5.00 per student. Please consider joining via or by completing the form and sending in with cash/check!

Tomorrow, two PTO members will be randomly drawn to earn gift cards to Bohemian Bull! If you're not already a member, pay your $5 membership fee on Rev Track today!

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School Technology Information You Need to Know...

Students should NOT bring their Chromebook chargers to school. Please charge devices at home each evening. Chargers tend to disappear at school, and we have no way to track them. Students will be responsible for the cost of replacing lost chargers, so please don’t let your student bring the charger to school!

A reminder about the CCSD fee structure for damages and loss of chromebooks:

  • Negligent/Accidental Breakage - No charge for first incident per school year $50 per incident for each subsequent event
  • Intentional Vandalism - $300.
  • Stolen Device - No cost if a police report is provided
  • Lost Device - $300
  • Lost Charger - $40

Stay in the loop with your child's academics!

Click Here for a Parent Cheat Sheet

This document provides links to a variety of things that you might need as a parent.

We've got a couple of things to help you stay connected and in the know about your child's academics and their teachers. Below you will find a Quarterly Academic Newsletter and a Parent Guide for each grade level. We hope that these will be quick links for you to see what your child is learning as well as information about their teachers.