Week of March 4th

Week of March 4th

Spartan News  |  Week of March 4, 2024    

Asynchronous Learning Day for students- No school for students. Monday, March 4

Hybrid Parent Meeting (Trade Talks)  Spanish Speaking Parents- Thursday, March 14 at 8:30 AM. A link will be sent.

Hybrid Parent Meeting (Trade Talks)- All parents- Friday, March 15 at 8:30 AM. A link will be sent.

Senior Class Parent/Student Meeting in the PAC- Tuesday, March 19 at 6 PM. 

For more information about Campbell sports and other news, please visit our website www.campbellhs.net


Principal's Message


Good afternoon, Spartan Families, 

We want to remind all of our families that Monday, March 4, is an Asynchronous Day for students. Students will work from home. Please make sure that students check CTLS for their assignments. 

Parents, please note that when coming to the office to check out a student or to get a visitor's badge, a picture ID must be shown. Also, we will be getting a new doorbell system soon. Finally, please make sure that your student has all of their belongings in the morning before they leave home so that we do not have to disrupt instruction by calling into classes. 

Campbell has been named a 2024 GaDOE AP Honor School! We are pleased to recognize the efforts of staff and  students and to thank our teachers for providing rigorous and challenging coursework to our students. These courses require hard work by teachers and students and the award recognizes this commitment. 

You can find the complete press release and list of awards here:

Superintendent Woods names 2024 AP Honor Schools


The deadline to register and pay for AP Exams for May 2024 is Friday, March 8th at 4pm Students should make sure they have joined the appropriate AP Classroom (information provided by their teacher) and registered and submitted payment through Total Registration.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Armour (John.Armour@cobbk12.org) or Dr. Dorrough (Jennifer.Dorrough@cobbk12.org).  Link for Total Registration: Campbell High School - AP Exam Registration (totalregistration.net)"

Message from the Attendance Office 

Excused vs. Unexcused Absences: Students are required to obtain a pass from their teacher and report to the school nurse if they are feeling ill during the instructional day.  The school nurse will contact the parent if it is determined the student should go home for the day. These absences are considered excused and coded AEC.  If a student calls/texts a parent for pick up and does not report to the clinic first, the absence from class(es) is unexcused. Students will not have the option to visit the clinic for the nurse to assess after the parent has arrived and have the absence excused.


On special occasions, such as Valentine’s Day or the upcoming MLK Humanitarian Awards Ceremony, all early checkouts will require a doctor’s excuse to have the absence coded excused. We encourage all students to remain in school for the full day unless they are not feeling well. We want to limit early checkouts and maximize instructional time.

 Parents are reminded that students should not be dropped off before 7:30 AM unless it has been requested by a teacher or coach and they will remain with that adult. Students are also expected to leave the building no later than 4 PM unless they are under the supervision of a teacher or coach. 

Best regards,
Dr. Watkins

Counseling Corner 

Counselor's March Newsletter linkhttps://www.smore.com/n/cevux

Please review SAT Testing dates flyers below. 

We have had some changes to our counseling department and caseloads, please use the list below to find your child’s assigned school counselor.






Dawn Holmgren

Dept Chair & DE  (Technical Colleges)



Laura Potts




Kimberly West




Candice Goldman

Gon-Lat & DE  (2-Year & 4-Year Colleges)



Jana Loftin




Yolanda Wright




Rotarsha Jackson




Counselors are assigned based on the student’s last

PTSA Corner

Spirit Night at Marlow's! Start your week with dinner at Marlow's Vinings on Monday, March 4 (4-9 pm) and a portion of your bill will be donated to CHS PTSA! Visit campbellptsa.com for details!

Volunteer! We would love your help at some of our fantastic Spring events! Many opportunities only require 2-3 hours of your time in a month! Click here to indicate your areas of interest: CHS PTSA Spring 2024 Volunteer Interest Form

Campbell News

Congratulations to our JROTC for their Drill Team results this weekend. They placed First in three categories: Male Armored Platoon, Male Armed Squad, and Female Armed Squad. Second place in Male Unarmed Squad and third place in Dual Exhibition. 

We wanted to congratulate one of our students, Akanksha Manna, who was featured in CBS Atlanta for her community service. The video link is below:
Cobb high schooler starts free art classes for seniors (atlantanewsfirst.com)

Congratulations to our 2024 Georgia Center for Civic Engagement's 2024 Youth In Government Expo (Jr & Sr Georgia Kodel UN, National Security Academy, and Local Government Academy). Over 30 schools and 400+ students attended. 

Logan Robinson, Manuel Alarcon, Jazzalyn Marshall, and Krishna Anand

The Campbell High School Delegation participated in the National Security Academy, and the delegation brought home some hardware- Two of the members were in the outstanding NSA group. 

The big one...CHS Delegation was awarded the Expo's Outstanding Delegation. 

Please join us in congratulating our Model UN Team for their achievement at the 2024 KSU High School Model United Nations (HSMUN) Conference. The delegates representing the Republic of Korea was awarded the Outstanding Delegation Award during the closing ceremony this afternoon. Campbell Model UN team's dedication, teamwork, and commitment to diplomacy and global affairs was truly commendable during the conference. 

We want to congratulate three of our students who performed in the All-State Band yesterday in Athens: Lana Das, Manya Das, & Owen Denoziere. Their photo is in the newsletter, but I have also attached it here for you. 

The Campbell High School Chorus Program successfully participated in the 2024 GMEA District XII Large Group Performance Evaluation on Feb 29th and March 1st, and we are excited for each of our chorus students. They performed well on stage taking their musicianship to new heights, as well as off stage representing Campbell in our "sea of blue" with the utmost pride.  
Please help congratulate our January Students of the Month. They were selected by their teachers for consistently demonstrating our core values of being Committed, Honorable, and Strong. The students and their families were celebrated with a breakfast last Thursday at the school. 

There is an End of Course flyer below to inform parents and students about the EOCs occurring later on this semester. If you have any questions, please contact Antwane.Nelson@cobbk12.org

Junior and Senior Prom Tickets are now on Sale. 
Don't wait too late to purchase yours on Mypaymentsplus.
Fall 2023 Power Surge (Tutoring support for our students) dates, subjects, and times. Math and Social Studies will be the focus this Saturday, March 9 from 9 AM to noon.  Students can work on missed assignments or assessments. Edmentum/CVA students can also attend and are asked to report to Room 312.  Students will enter the building by the main office and should bring their laptop. Please see Dr. Eaton in Room 312 if you have questions.  There is a Power Surge flyer below with the dates and times for future after school tutoring

Campbell IB News


All IB Families: Don't forget to get your tickets for our Annual Fundraiser. It's going to be a great time! Can't make it? You can still bid on the live auction that night! If you can support with auction items,  please reach out to  simonandsan@yahoo.com

8th grade families: For students who selected IB in the portal by Friday, we're excited for you to join us next year. You'll receive an email this week on next steps! 

10th grade - Rising junior advisement has begun and students are well-prepared! If you haven't, please sign up and review the video before your appointment. Both were sent in Remind before break

12th grade - Any student who has not completed their EE components or uploaded their final draft was to meet with me Friday. I will begin uploading these components to IBO this week. We have zero flexibility with the deadlines set by the IBO, so students must meet these deadlines to pursue their diploma and sit for exams. 

Senior News

Seniors that were not able to pick up their cap and gown last week can pick them up on Wednesday, March 6th during ALL lunches in the cafeteria.   December Grads should check in at the front office before going to the cafeteria.  Any senior that cannot pick up their cap and gown on Wednesday should email Dr. Dorrough for further instructions to pick up their cap and gown.  Email Dr. Dorrough at: Jennifer.Dorrough@cobbk12.org.

Both of the PowerPoint presentations, in English and Spanish, from the Senior Class Parent Meetings held before the break are in the attachments below. If you have questions, please contact Jennifer.Dorrough@cobbk12.org

Campbell's Commencement Ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 25th, 2024 @10am at the KSU Convocation Center.

A Senior Gear flyer is below from the senior advisors- Ms. Hermansen and Ms. Ontingco, explaining the distribution of senior gear that has been purchased. 



Support the CHS Drama Booster Club in their Egg-a-Yard fundraiser! Surprise your kids, friends, or neighbors with a yard full of treat-filled eggs. It's a fun way to support the arts at CHS! Place your order here by March 16: 

Campbell Soccer Community Spirit Night on Friday, March 8 at Campbell High School stadium. We hope that this will be a great way to bring all of our youth soccer athletes together to watch their community high school compete. The CHS girls will play at 6:00 p.m. and the CHS boys will play at 8:00 p.m.
It will be a great time for all as students 12 and under get in free if they wear their club soccer jersey (students should be accompanied by paying adult).