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4785 South Dayton Street
Englewood, CO 80111

Greg Connellan

November 2016

Greg Connellan
Principal, Campus Middle School

Dear Campus Community,

I want to talk this opportunity to once again thank you for welcoming me to this outstanding school and wonderful community.  I am still so thrilled to be Principal of Campus Middle School and have the honor of serving your community and especially working with your great children.  The 2016-2017 school year is off and running well.  The staff is amazing and working hard but, most importantly, the kids are happy and are learning.  We are living our mission at Campus which is:

                  The educators at Campus Middle School are committed to empowering all students to obtain a rigorous education that inspires a love for lifelong learning in a safe and caring environment.

During the first several months serving as Principal, I have learned a great deal about our fine school.  I have learned just how truly talented and dedicated our teachers are to the success of all students.  I have learned that you, the parents, are incredibly generous and supportive and encourage us to hold ourselves to high standards of excellence.  I have also learned that Campus is an excellent place for young people to grow, learn and develop into outstanding young men and women.  Middle school is such an exciting time in life and it is truly a joy for me to see that excitement in the eyes of our students as I walk the halls each day.

Speaking of walking those halls, as I visit classrooms, I am amazed at what is taking place regularly in the world of teaching and learning.  Students are actively engaged in rigorous lessons around topics that are relevant to what they will need later in life.  The kids are working hard and are committed to doing their very best each day. 

One of my core values is to develop and maintain strong relationships with the constituents of our school community.  I would encourage you, whenever possible, to connect to Campus through PTO, Accountability, Principal Coffees or any other avenue that works for you.  I would love to chat and hear your feedback or ideas as I continue to find ways to build on the great things we already do at Campus Middle School.

Thank you again for allowing us the honor of serving your children in the middle school education.

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