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Please make every effort to have your child attend school during the State Pupil Count window - The week of Sept. 25-Oct. 9. Particularly on Oct. 2 - the official count day.
Don't miss out on making your child's last year at Campus special by creating a Baby Ad for the Yearbook. Click Read More for details.
Click Read More to see information regarding Campus' Mustang Girls (formally Girls in STEM)group.
Download the ReplayIt! app to share your great pictures with the Yearbook staff. Who knows, your picture may be included in this year's Yearbook. Click on Read More for details on how to download the ReplayIt! app,
Make sure to download the Campus School Info App to stay up-to-date on school announcements plus afterschool clubs and sports updates. On any SmartPhone search for School Info App. You can then search for Campus Middle School from inside the app. Contact Barry Sterling at 720-554-2736 with any questions.
The 5th Annual Cardboard Challenge, scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 12 at Smoky Hill High School. Create and build using cardboard, recycled materials and imagination. This event provides our students a unique opportunity outside of the classroom to innovate, create and shine. This event is free to all CCSD students. Register Here!
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