| The Campbell R-2 Schools
are fully accredited under the Missouri School Improvement Program by
the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
The curriculum provides multi-cultural opportunities district wide. The district's goal is academic for all students in the Campbell School district. The school's program is supported by the state's "Show Me Standards." Campbell students participate in the Missouri Mastery Achievement Test program and score at a state average.
The teachers at Campbell have an average teaching experience of 14 years. The percentage of teachers with a Master's Degree or higher is 34.38. Fifty-two percent of parents attend parent teacher conferences and ninety-two families served in Parents as Teachers (PAT). Approximately 12.1 percent of students are served by special education programs.
Nineteen percent of students are enrolled in gifted or enrichment classes. Approximately 1.5 percent are enrolled in advanced placement programs. In 1997-97, 30 percent of high school students took the ACT, compared to 50 percent in 1996-97.
Average daily attendance for 1997-98 was 654. The average rate of attendance is 93.7 percent and the average dropout rate is 9.25 percent.
Campbell Reorganized School District is rated AA by the state and the modern multi-unit plant is situated on one campus. There is also a Head Start Center for pre-kindergarten children.
School Related Resources:
School Report Card
Nutrition and Activity Center
Campbell Public Library
Parks and Recreation
Campbell's recreational activities surround the Jim Morris - Walker
McCutchen Park, which is city owned and located just one block from the
downtown business district. The eighteen acre park boasts over 100 large
oak trees and contains three baseball and softball diamonds, new tennis
courts, playground equipment, grandstand area and picnic area, as well
as three restroom facilities. This park is home to the
Missouri Peach Fair
held each August.
The City of Campbell owns an 80 acre Industrial Site on the edge of town, located adjacent to highway and railroad. A perfect place for industry whether large or small.
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