Senior Lexi Putzlocker medaled at the Indoor Track State Championships on Sunday, February 7th at Dartmouth College. She came in 6th place…More...
*** The final day to change a semester 2 classes is Friday, January 29TH at 3pm.
*** Report cards will be available on Infinite Campus after 3pm on Friday.
Course Selection for the 2016-2017 is Coming Soon!
Counselors meet Jrs, Sophs & Fresh to assist w/course selection Feb 1-11
Course Selection Portal Open on Infinite Campus Feb 11 - 18
8th grade Parent Night Wed, March 9th at 6:30pm
Counselors at LMS to assist with 8th grade course selection Thurs, March 10th
Congratulations to the Gold Key recipients, Kelly Shattuck (Mixed Media) and Jamie Byers (Drawing)! Jamie a sophomore earned 2 Gold Keys and an Honorable Mention in Drawing. Quinn O’Connell was awarded four Silver Keys (Drawing), an Honorable Mention in Design and Drawing and a Silver Key Portfolio which is comprised of eight visual artworks. Amber Dalton also received a Silver Key Portfolio and an Honorable Mention in Photography. Michael Marr was awarded a Silver Key in Design. Katherine Falardeau earned three Silver Keys in Digital Art, and an Honorable Mention in Printmaking. Katie Hood also earned an Honorable Mention in Sculpture.
The New Hampshire Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit is located at the Stockbridge Theater on the campus of Pinkerton Academy in Derry. The exhibit is open to the public January 19 through February 7, Monday- Friday, 9:00-4:00 or when there is an evening event at the theater. The awards ceremony will be at 1:00 PM for Grade 10-12, Sunday, February 7. Students, guardians, parents, teachers, administration and the community are all welcome to this prestigious student exhibit. Upon closing of the exhibit, all of the Gold Key artworks from Campbell High will be sent to the Nationals for the adjudication this spring. In the past CHS has received two National Awards!
Thanks for all of your support with the Visual Arts Program at Campbell!
Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Barry, and Ms. Aponik
The New Hampshire Family and Consumer Science Association has selected Lynn Morgan Gnaegy as the 2016 Bonnie Simpson Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Gnaegy is in her 8th year of teaching at Campbell High School in Litchfield, NH. In her class, curriculum is focused on guiding students to make good choices that will empower their lives. Having worked over 20 years in higher education administration prior to returning to secondary education, Mrs. Gnaegy has integrated life management skills in to her classroom. In 2015 she was elected to serve as the Co-President elect of the New Hampshire Family and Consumer Science Association. She is a member of the core group of FCS teachers that successfully led efforts to retain FCS in state minimum standards. Mrs. Gnaegy holds both Bachelor and Master degrees from Miami University as well as coursework toward a Master’s in Business from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
This is the 23nd year that the NH Association of Family & Consumer Sciences will be honoring the Bonnie Simpson Teacher of the Year at the “ED”ies Awards. The Bonnie Simpson NHAFCS Award honors a Family & Consumer Sciences teacher that exhibits: 1) a deep commitment to the profession and association of teaching Family & Consumer Sciences, 2) an outstanding educator with a program and curriculum that provide techniques along with activities that support visual application of everyday life skills learned by students, 3) an individual who shows evidence of involvement in the community with a precedence of good citizenship.
Congratulations to Mrs. Gnaegy on receiving this amazing honor from your peers!