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All District families are invited to a FREE family STEAM event on Wednesday May 31, 2017, from 4:00-7:00 p.m., at Campbell Middle School, 295 Cherry Lane, Campbell.

Sponsored by School Linked Services and the Measure A grant, the event will feature food, and fun activities like Derby Car Engineering, projects in Art and Science, and more.

There also will be a special workshop with award-winning author Carmela Dutra, and each family can take home a STEAM Kit to use this summer.

(See the e-flyer in this week's e-news, or click on the e-flyers link on the school's home page.)

Updated Mon, May 8th


Campbell Middle School is honored to nominate Malia Naeole-Takasato as our Teacher of the Year. 

Malia is an exceptional instructional leader.  She has attended multiple Soluciones Conferences to learn strategies that engage and empower students as we work together to close the achievement gap.  Not only has she created a learning rich environment for her own students, but she has also been instrumental in helping colleagues implement best practices and research-based strategies in their classrooms.  

Malia is a valued member of our site leadership teams.  She is an active participant in the Professional Learning Community (PLC) process, attending ILT meetings and helping to identify school-wide literacy standards upon which all grade levels and departments may focus. 

As point person of our 8th grade Exhibition, Malia has worked with her grade-level team to re-vamp the process.   They have made it a community effort as science and social studies teachers work in tandem with the ELA teachers so, that our students have a rich experience of research, creating, writing, and presenting.

Malia is student centered, passionate about education, and considerate of each child’s needs.  She is a true teacher leader.  Congratulations Malia!

Updated Fri, May 5th

Congratulations to Jerry Williamson, who is our Classified Employee of the Year.  First and foremost, Jerry has built relationships with teachers, new administrators, cafeteria employees, office staff, and students.  She is highly dedicated and takes pride in her work and our school. 

 As our day custodian, Jerry exhibits a vast skill set.   She is highly effective at organizing and prioritizing her duties and keeps our site in impeccable condition.  Additionally, she has served as the 8th grader soccer coach, emphasizing and supporting students’ academics as well as their sportsmanship.

CMS is proud to name Jerry Williamson as our Classified Employee of the Year.  She is an integral part of the CMS team, and we are very fortunate to have her at our school.  

Updated Fri, May 5th

CMS is proud to name Joanna Harris as our Volunteer of the Year.  Mrs. Harris has volunteered in several capacities over the last 15 years at Campbell Middle School.  All three of her children attended Campbell Middle, and her two youngest attended Village, Hazelwood and Capri.  She has served on the following at CMS:

  • PTA President
  • Multiple PTA Board positions, including Restaurant Night Coordinator
  • Band Boosters
  • Helps with Picture Day
  • Fundraising Coordinator of Band Boosters
  • Assisted with the Soap Box Derby Club
  • Has volunteered for many years as yard duty support

Congratulations and thank you, Joanna Harris!

Updated Thu, May 4th

Does your student want to make a difference in the Campbell community? The City of Campbell’s Youth Commission is accepting applications.

Youth Commissioners should be Campbell residents during the 2017-2018 school year and enrolled in grades 7 through 12. Those appointed to the commission serve a one-year term, from September through May. Interested teens may reapply for up to a three term maximum.


  • Campbell residents
  • Enrolled in grades 7 through 12 during 2017-2018 school year
  • Attend bi-monthly evening meetings on Mondays, September through May
  • Interest and enthusiasm for leadership and local government practices 

The Campbell Youth Commission is a joint effort project.  Partners include the City of Campbell, Santa Clara County Library District, Campbell Union School District, Moreland School District and, Campbell Union High School District.  

Applications for the 2017-2018 term are available at City Hall and online. (  For more details, please contact Jenny Bybee, Recreation Specialist, at jennyb [at] or 408-866-2778.

Updated Fri, May 5th

AVID is an elective class offered to students who would like to prepare for four-year colleges and universities. Students must have satisfactory citizenship, good attendance, and a G.P.A. of 2.0 or higher. Applicants must be motivated to work toward college eligibility. In AVID, students are given support and instruction to succeed in their academic classes.  Students are taught problem solving skills, note-taking, study skills, time management and goal setting.  Students also get a chance to visit local colleges and universities. If you would like an application for your student please request one from Ms. Velazquez (pvelazquez [at]

AVID es una clase electiva para estudiantes que desean prepararse para los colegios y universidades de cuatro años . Los estudiantes deben tener la ciudadanía satisfactoria , buena asistencia y un promedio de calificaciones de 2.0 o más . Los solicitantes deben estar motivados. En AVID, a los estudiantes se les da el apoyo y la instrucción que necesitan para tener éxito en sus clases. A los estudiantes se les enseña habilidades de resolución de problemas , tomar de apuntes estilo Cornell, estrategias para mejor estudiar, gestión del tiempo y la fijación de metas . Los estudiantes también tienen la oportunidad de visitar un colegio o universidad local . Si desea saber más información o desea una aplicación para el próximo año por favor póngase en contacto con la Sra Velázquez (pvelazquez [at]

Updated Wed, Jun 21st

Important Dates for 8th Graders:

Promotion Donations Due                                        Monday, May 15

Blackberry Farm Trip                                                  Friday, June 9

Awards Ceremony - Parents Invited                        Monday, June 12 at 9:00 a.m.

BBQ and Yearbook Signing                                     Tuesday, June 13

Promotion Ceremony at CMS                                  Wednesday, June 14 at 11:00 a.m.

Updated Fri, May 5th

 Once again, at the break of dawn on Saturday, April 29, fifteen of our MESA Day finalists headed to SJSU for an intense day of competitions. More than 600 students representing centers from Chico State, UCSF, CSU East Bay, UC Davis, Sacramento State and UOP arrived at San Jose State University to compete for the rights to be called the best. All of our students represented CMS with pride, and many of them walked away with first and third places in a variety of categories!  A huge thank you to our MESA teachers, Mr. Garcia and  Mr. Timpson.  


•  1st Place   

Emanuel Vega & Daniel Turner – 8th Grade

•  3rd Place  

Sofia Carmona Aguinaga – 6th Grade

• Proud Participant  

Sienna Hernandez – 6th Grade


• 1st Place   

Rodolfo Valentino and Brenda Munoz Ledezma – 6th Grade

• 3rd Place    

Jeremy Garcia  and Javier Corona – 8th Grade

• Proud Participants 

Jacobo Guzman & Sydney Payne – 6th Grade

SPEAK UP – Genetically Modified Organisms

• 3rd Place   

Ashley Coreas – 6th Grade

• Proud Participant 

Jasmin Snee - 6th Grade

Rube Goldberg Machine

• Proud Participants  

Miguel Paredes & Javier Corona - 8th Grade

EggXpress (Egg Drop and Lab Report)

• Proud Participants       

Dayanara Amezcua & Alexa Sanchez -6th Grade.

Updated Wed, Apr 26th
  • Three parent meetings have been scheduled for May 8, 9 and 10 to provide information and discussion about recent decisions affecting thw 2017-18 school year. Letters will more details will be sent to middle school families on Thursday, April 27th.
  • Meeting notes, key dates, and other information about the school transformation is available on the Transformation web page.
Updated Wed, Apr 26th

Parents have the opportunity review and discuss our school's 7th grade health curriculum.  

Campbell Union School District uses Health Connected’s Teen Talk Middle School course for 7th grade health. It is one unit in the overall health education for 7th grade, and it is taught by a trained Physical Education or Science teacher.

The curriculum complies with California Education laws and Health Education Standards under “Growth, Development and Sexual Health.” We notify parents of 7th graders before teaching the unit by sending them a letter with more information about the lessons.

Preview the Curriculum

There are several opportunities to review and discuss the curriculum at the District’s administration office, 155 N. 3rd St. Campbell:

  • Tuesday, May 2nd 12-1:30pm, Hamilton Room, Campbell USD administration office 
  • Thursday, May 4th 7:30-9am
  • Thursday, May 4th 5-6:30pm

You may also view the materials at our school. Please contact school office to make appointment.

Bell Schedule

  • Period 1 8:30–9:27
  • Period 2 9:31–10:25
  • Break 10:25–10:36
  • Period 3 10:39–11:33
  • Period 4 11:37–12:31
  • Lunch 12:31–1:05
  • Period 5 1:09–2:04
  • Period 6 2:08–3:02
  • Period 1 8:30–9:16
  • Period 2 9:20–10:04
  • Break 10:04–10:15
  • Period 3 10:18–11:02
  • Period 4 11:06–11:50
  • Lunch 11:50–12:24
  • Period 5 12:28–1:12
  • Period 6 1:16–2:00

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