Camden County High School

Weekly Update-Volume VIII Issue 30

Teacher Working Conditions Survey

If you haven't yet taken the NC Teacher Working Conditions Survey, please do so as soon as possible. We are currently at 82% completion.

Nine-Weeks Testing

Nine-Weeks Testing will take place the week of March 26. To ensure students aren't taking all of their tests in one day, the School Improvement Team created the following department schedule for testing. Please give your test on the assigned day.

Monday, March 26-Math and Spanish

Tuesday, March 27-English, Health Science, and Trade and Industry

Wednesday, March 28-Science, Agriculture, Business, and PE

Thursday, March 29-Social Studies, Arts, Marketing, Technology and Engineering

Friday, March 30-All Make up testing

Heriff Jones Ring Presentation

Representatives from Heriff Jones will meet with all sophomores Tuesday during Bruin Success in the cafeteria to discuss class rings. They will return on March 27 to take ring orders during lunch and after school.

Student Handbook Review

The Student Handbook Review committee will meet Thursday after school in Mr. Sundberg's room. If you have any input, please feel free to come to the meeting or email Mr. Sundberg.


Deputy Michael Voliva has joined the Camden Sheriff's Department and is currently shadowing Deputy Lawrence. He will spend quite a bit of time in our schools between now and the end of the year.

School Year Calendar Changes

A list of calendar changes for the 2017-2018 school year has been approved by the Board of Education. Here are some of the highlights.

March 30th-Now a school day/End of 3rd nine-weeks grading period

April 17th-Report Cards


We have finalized the plan for graduation for the Class of 2018. We will hold graduation on the football field on Friday, June 8 at 7:00 p.m.

Field Trips

Field trips were a topic of discussion at the School Improvement Team meeting earlier this year. The team decided that April 27th would be the cut off date for second semester field trips. This will allow us to maximize instructional time without interruptions before exams. It was also decided that we will use a standard field trip permission slip beginning second semester. The permission slip will be signed by the parent and the teachers of each student.

Athletic Gate Duty

The athletic duty sign up sheets have been placed in the Staff Canvas page. If you need to change a duty, please let me or Coach Harnly know. Thanks for your help with this!

Staff Handbook

The Staff Handbook can be found in Canvas. Please review this before the start of school. The Staff Canvas page also contains videos and step by step instructions for Educator's Handbook, Aesop, Travel Tracker, etc...

Duty for the Week

First Lunch- Simmons/Berkoben

Second Lunch- Fletcher/Barclift

Bruin Success

  • Monday-Glass/Thornton
  • Tuesday-Tufts/Blood
  • Wednesday-Broyles/Duncan
  • Thursday-Kutchenriter/Moss
  • Lobby- Tuman
  • Front Parking Lot-McGee
  • Lobby- Berkoben
  • Front Parking Lot- Broyles
  • Back Parking Lot- Tufts

What's Happening This Week:

March 19, 2018

Home Soccer vs. First Flight

March 20, 2018

Heriff Jones Ring Presentation-Bruin Success

Make up ACT

Baseball/Softball @ Perquimans

March 21, 2018

Soccer @ Currituck

Home Baseball/Softball vs. Northeastern

March 22, 2018

Student Handbook Review Committee Meeting-3:15

Social Media Presentation-6:30 at CMS

March 23, 2018

Dr. Ferrell Lunch With Students-First Lunch

Home Baseball/Softball vs. Gates

What's Happening Next Week:

March 26, 2018

Principals' Meeting-8:30

Jazz Band Assembly-2:00

Soccer @ Edenton

March 27, 2018

Heriff Jones Ring Orders-Lunches

Home Baseball/Softball vs. Edenton

March 28, 2018

Soccer @ Manteo

March 29, 2018

Berry Out

Blood Drive

Baseball/Softball @ Edenton

March 30, 2018

Berry Out

Staff vs. Students Basketball Game

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