Campbell High School volunteers will help on January 19, 2013 at the Cobb County Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl to be held at McEachern High School. Campbell has recently received a new buzzer system and has read Georgia Peach Award winner books in anticipation of this event. The Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl was begun by a former DeKalb County media specialist to encourage literacy.
The Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl, a competitive literacy club, was recently formed at Campbell High School. Club members read selections from Georgia Peach Award books, compose questions about the content, and go to competition with other schools on January 20, 2012. The Georgia Peach books selected for 2012-2013 are:
Additional equipment is available to the back media center conference room. A poster maker, two laminators, a computer station with printer and scanner, a TV/DVD setup, a paper cutter, and Ellison Die Cut letters are in the back conference room. Please see Mrs. Susan Daley about requesting posters and Mrs. Donna Davis about requesting lamination. The poster maker and laminators are expensive equipment run by media center staff.
CHS faculty should also e-mail Mrs. Davis about adding announcements to the Electronic Bulletin Board.
The back conference room is available for small meetings such as IEPs, parent/faculty conferences, and video taping. Faculty should e-mail the media staff to reserve this room.
On Thursday evening, April 19, 2012, a JROTC Pass in Review will be held in the Campbell High School Football Stadium beginning at 6:20 pm and ending at 7:45 pm. This major event involves 700 cadets and thirteen schools from the Cobb County and Marietta school systems. Current Cobb County School Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa, Marietta School System Superintendent Dr. Emily Lembeck and LtGen Joseph Redding, former Cobb County School Superintendent, will serve as reviewing officials and guest speakers. The event is free and dress is casual.
New Parapro Mrs. Donna Davis (left) congratulations mentee Asia on her eighteenth birthday. Mentee Sierra looks on. Mrs. Davis comes to Campbell from Milford Elementary. She and her husband have two children in the Cobb County School System.
Mrs. Davis is honored with the paraprofessionals by the front office.
The CHS Media Center enjoys showcasing student work in the library. Top two photos: Graphics designs by Mrs. Janice Matthews students are shown. Bottom two: Mrs. Carol Bittle's students created illustrations of world continents using paint and cardboard.
The Campbell High School Media Skills room offers a conference and meeting area in the back of the library. Current professional books and magazines are provided for staff use. Production equipment is also available in the Media Skills room including a scanner, a computer, die cutter letters and a TV/VCR.
Media center mentees take a break from their duties. Mentees help the media staff with many duties such as circulating and shelving books and magazines, running errands, checking student passes and helping weed books.