Hello Camel Students and Parents:
This is Adam Ritter, Principal at Campbell County High School. We have been working very hard over the summer and are excited to get the 2017 / 2018 school year started. I hope you are working hard on your summer work and are excited about the classes that you have selected. As we get close to the August 16th first day for students I wanted to communicate with you some upcoming events and initiatives. As we begin the new school year I wanted to thank each student and parent for all of the hard work and dedication that is put into making CCHS a Nationally Ranked High School. It is because of our great community that CCHS was again nationally ranked in U.S. News and World Report and the Washington Post.
Thursday July 27th: Student schedules will be available through Infinite Campus and Schoology. If you are having trouble accessing or would like a paper copy, please contact the Guidance Office.
Wednesday August 9th: Freshman Orientation: Incoming 9th grade students are encouraged to attend from 8:00am-11:00am: During this event students will meet their teachers, learn about Campbell County High School's resources and expectations and tour the building.
Thursday August 10th 5:00pm-7:00pm: Open House: Parents are invited to run through their children's schedule, meet their teachers, and get information to help have a successful school year.
New for 2017 / 2018:
One to One: We are very excited through a commitment from the CCHS Site Based Decision Making Council and the Campbell County Board of Education to be able provide a laptop computer for every student at Campbell County High School. This will assist with the continued improvement of all students being engaged in all classes through the use of electronic media and other technological resources. The order for these computers is currently being processed and we hope you have them in student's hands shortly after the start of the school year. More information will be coming about this exciting initiative.
Again thank you for your continued support of Campbell County High School.
As always remember to: