Week of March 27


We are almost at the 12th week of the school year, and we are only one week away from Spring Break. Our freshmen, sophomores, and juniors have six weeks of school remaining, while our seniors have only about four weeks remaining. Spring Break is a great opportunity for students to complete all missing assignments and turn them in after they return. We hope that all of our families have an enjoyable and safe Spring Break. 
Parents of current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, this week please have your student complete the survey below so that we can get their opinion about offering a Healthcare Science/Sports Medicine Career Pathway next year.  https://forms.office.com/r/N5m0eT25Jj/
To all of our Parents of Seniors, below in the attachments are the PowerPoints and the packets (English and Spanish versions) that were shared at the Senior Parent Meeting on Tuesday, March 31.  Students may also pick up a packet in the front office or in the counselors' offices. Friday, March 24, was the final day to request tickets via the student portal. Students who did not request graduation tickets will receive two tickets.  
The deadline for students to BEGIN a course in after school Credit Recovery is March 30th. 
That leaves 7 weeks to complete the course.
For the safety of all students, we want to remind parents and students that all students are expected to leave the building each day no later than by 4 PM unless the student has tutoring or is involved in a club or sport. All students must be under the supervision of a teacher after 4 PM each day in order to remain in the building.
Thank you,
Dr. Watkins

Counselors' Corner

Celebrating the CLASS OF 2023!!!

  • Congratulations to these IB seniors for earning prestigious honors and scholarships!  
    • Nico Lamps -accepted to the United States Air Force Academy
    • Foster Johnson -accepted to the United States Military Academy at West Point
    • Marli English -received the prestigious Morehead-Cain Scholarship at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
    • Marcos San Miguel -is a recipient of the Gold Scholarship at Georgia Tech
    • Kaedee Mendez -received the Presidential Scholarship at Oglethorpe University
    • Khang Ton -received the Presidential Scholarship at Oglethorpe University 
    • Aylin Ozdemir -received the Presidential Scholarship at American University
    • Lindsey Sanders -received the Dovey Johnson Roundtree Scholarship at Spelman College

Please send all Senior Recognitions such as scholarships, special recognitions, and acceptance to colleges, apprenticeship programs, trade schools, military, and the world of work to the counselors for recognition in this section of the Spartan News and the counselors will recognize them on our Senior Recognition Wall, near the Counseling Office. Please UPLOAD a copy of your acceptance/award letters using the link below or DROP THEM OFF in the Counseling Office. You must be logged into your Office365 account to upload your letters.

 You can submit as many letters as you want, even if you are not planning to attend. It will be fun to see where everyone applied.   https://bit.ly/seniorspotlight23/ 

Senior News- 

Campbell Academic Accolades News 

  • Congratulations, to several of our students for participating in the 2023 Georgia HS TEAM Chess Championship. These students earned 8th place. 
    • Ajay Chokkalingam Manickaraj(Player seed 1)
    • Harith Jayavel(Player seed 2)
    • Gabriel Podolski(Player seed 3)
    • Sean Nash (Player seed 4)
    • Trivikram Arasavelli (Player seed 5)

We would like to acknowledge all that our amazing students do in the classroom, on the athletic field, in their extracurricular activities and in the community. We welcome you to use this form to submit those accomplishments. The link and the QR code are below. There is also a flyer below entitled Student Achievement Flyer.   Link to form:  https://forms.office.com/r/e4cUZpKnUa/  

Campbell IB News

  • Junior Parents: If you are interested in helping with the IB Medal Ceremony on May 20th, please reach out to one of the board members through membership toolkit. 
  • Senior parents: There are roughly 15 remaining days in each class left to prepare student for their IB Exams in May, so student attendance and class participation is crucial. We also know this is a rough month with final IA deadline and college and scholarship decisions rolling in. Please have students reach out to teachers or staff if we can support them in any way. The finish line is in sight! 

Announcements and Shoutouts

  • On Wednesday, Campbell's Boys Golf Team defeated Sprayberry 208-269 (low score wins). The lowest scoring golfer was Bryce Dozier with 4 over par.   Campbell's Girls Golf Team defeated Sprayberry 128-154 and Haven Priem was the lowest scoring golfer with a score of 8 over par. 
  • On Thursday, Campbell's Boys Golf Team defeated Wheeler 205-216. Bryce Dozier was the lowest scoring golfer with a score of with a 4 over par. Campbell's Girls Golf Team defeated Wheeler 87-109. Ciara Cooper was the lowest scoring golfer with 10 over par.