Campbell STEM is a neighborhood school for students in preschool through sixth-grade, committed to providing a safe, welcoming, and enriching environment. A professional, caring and dedicated staff utilizes best practices to provide students with the skills and tools needed to achieve academic and social success in school and become respectful and responsible citizens. Campbell practices positive discipline and has several student-recognition programs in place.
Campbell offers a complete educational experience with a focus on integration of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) into other areas of instruction. Special classes include Art, Music, Library, Health and Physical Education for all students, as well as Band and Orchestra for 6th graders. Campbell also provides gifted, special education resource, speech, Indian Education and bilingual services for students who qualify. Leadership opportunities are offered through service in Student Advisory Board, peer tutoring, an annual Day of Caring, and our student Peer Mediator Program. A half-time counselor facilitates guidance and social emotional learning through a variety of curricula.
Parent and community involvement and partnership is welcome and acknowledged as an essential component for student success. Campbell is proud to have a dedicated PTA that has earned our school the distinction of National PTA School of Excellence since 2014. PTA sponsors a variety of monthly social events to bring our community together, as well as several after-school activities.
Campbell helps students succeed through quality staff, parent involvement and community partnerships.
Grade levels: PreK-6 | Number of students: 413
Mascot: Bear Cub | Colors: Blue & White
Motto or slogan: Campbell Cubs Can Do Great Things!
Campbell STEM Philosophy
Campbell STEM School believes a rigorous interdisciplinary STEM education, combining hands-on inquiry, the engineering design process, place-based learning, and real world problem-solving fosters the joy of discovery and understanding about the world that will prepare our diverse students for citizenship in the 21st Century.