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24 Durham Avenue
Metuchen, NJ 08840
fax 732-767-9324

A Great Place to Learn!

After School Clubs
Here is a list of the after school clubs for this week:
  • Monday 3/19 - No Clubs
  • Tuesday 3/20 - Chorus, Homework Club, 4th Gr. Girls Gym Club, Art Club- 3rd Gr. Group B , Lego Club- Group 2
  • Wednesday 3/21 - No Clubs -Snow Day
  • Thursday 3/22 - No Clubs -Early Dismissal Due to Conferences
  • Friday 3/23 - No Clubs -Early Dismissal Due to Conferences
The Metuchen Municipal Alliance and the Metuchen Public School District welcome our residents and neighboring communities to join us for an educational parent series program. This is a FREE program for adults over 21 only that will consist of three monthly workshops discussing important health topics affecting today’s youth. These topics were chosen based on suggestions from participants answering the survey that was distributed after the DEA presentation of Hidden in Plain Sight at Edgar Middle School, December 2017. Please note: The first workshop offering on Technology Dependence, originally scheduled for Wed. March 21st has been rescheduled for Wed. May 10th at 7:30 PM at the High School.
On April 11th between 9:00-11:00 AM and on April 26th between 12:00-2:00 PM, new first grade registration for children who will turn 6 by October 1, 2018 will take place at Campbell School. Please click on the link above to obtain the registration papers that are needed to be filled out. Completed forms are to be brought to Campbell School between either of the times listed above. Parent orientation for the parents of incoming first graders will take place on Tuesday, May 1st at 6:30 PM.
Please click on "more" to view a copy of important resources for parents.
Click "more" to see the recent results of our last water tests.
Beginning with the 2011-12 school year, Campbell School, and our district, has conscientiously implemented the requirements delineated in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act through full implementation of:
  • HIB programming, approaches, and school initiatives;

  • Training programs on the Board Approved HIB Policy and Procedures;

  • Special training for staff and administration on suicide prevention, HIB prevention, school ethics, school law, and school governance;

  • Embedded instructional elements related to HIB in all content areas;

  • Observance of the “Week of Respect”;

  • Personnel appointments related to HIB, including meetings with the District Anti-Bullying Coordinator;

  • A School Safety/Climate Team to assist in HIB programming;

  • A monitoring system to assess procedures and ensure appropriate HIB reporting;

  • A positive school climate;

  • Procedures to follow for identifying, investigating, and reporting possible HIB cases; and,

  • A reporting system to present the official grades from the NJDOE Self-Assessment from the previous school year.

Campbell School plans to continually assess strengths and vulnerabilities with regard to the implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act through various measures including the implementation of further programming for staff and students.

Please click "more" to review the school district’s score, as well as each individual school’s score. While the Self-Assessment reflects that we are doing well, we continue to reflect upon our work and evolve from it. We can always make improvements.

Campbell School is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all students. The Board of Education prohibits acts of harassment, intimidation, or bullying of a pupil. A safe and civil environment in school is necessary for pupils to learn and achieve high academic standards. Harassment, intimidation, or bullying, like other disruptive or violent behaviors, is conduct that disrupts both a pupil’s ability to learn and a school’s ability to educate its pupils in a safe and disciplined environment.
Contact Information:
Campbell School
24 Durham Avenue
Metuchen, NJ 08840

Brooke Kirschner, School Anti-Bullying Specialist (732) 321-8777

Judi Cheung, District Anti-Bullying Coordinator (732) 321-8720

Click on "more' to complete the Campbell School HIB Reporting Form. All reports will be investigated as per the district policy (see below). Although reports can be reported anonymously, you are strongly encouraged to use your name in case the investigator needs additional information.

Click on "more" to view the BOE Policy #5512 Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying.
The Middlesex County Department of Public Safety and Health in cooperation with your local Fire Department and the Middlesex County Fire Marshal's Office produced a Fire Safety video. Please click on 'more' to access the video.
Get your child on board with school bus safety! To avoid dangerous situations and accidents, students must follow bus safety rules and procedures. First, review your school’s specific bus rules and procedures with your children. Then, make sure they understand these general bus safety principles.
Please click on ‘more’ to read an important letter from Middlesex County Freeholder H. James Polos, Chairman, Public Safety and Health regarding the Enterovirus D68. Important Fact Sheet below.
Transportation Department Safety Reminder:
Please be aware that all students registered for bussing must board and disembark the bus at their assigned bus stop. Students are not permitted to ride on any bus other than the one to which they have been assigned. Keeping in mind the safety of our students, requests for an alternate bus stop will only be considered if the request applies to each and every school day throughout the school year for after school childcare needs.
Click on "more" to go to the Get Smart About Drugs website. It contains a lot of prevention information, fact sheets, videos and details about when future DEA Take Back events will take place.
Click on "more" to download a printable pamphlet with information on how a parent can limit a child’s exposure to violence on television, cell phones, computers, and other electronic devices.
There are a number of pre-payment options available to parents whose children purchase lunch.
Would you like to volunteer in the school library? If so, please click on "more" to download a printable copy of the Campbell School Library Volunteer Form.
Student emergency forms must be submitted to the main office on the first day of school. Click "more" for a printable copy of the emergency form.
Do you shop at Office Depot?
If you shop at Office Depot use the Campbell School ID # 70067033 to participate in the Office Depot 5% Back to Schools Program. Please check out the website:

Coming Events!
Wed Mar 21
CES Day 5
CES: Conferences; 12:40 Dismissal; no lunch served
Thu Mar 22
CES Day 6
CES: Conferences; 12:40 Dismissal; no lunch served
Fri Mar 23
CES Day 1
CES: Conferences; 12:40 Dismissal; no lunch served
Mon Mar 26
CES Day 2
CES Spring Picture Day
Tue Mar 27
CES Day 3
Board of Education Mtg. 8 PM @ MHS
Wed Mar 28
CES Day 4
CES: Gr. 3 Trip to Sterling Hill Mining Museum
Thu Mar 29
CES Day 0
CES: Spring Extravaganza
Fri Mar 30
Schools are in session, early dismissal day
Mon Apr 2
Schools and Offices closed - Spring Recess
Tue Apr 3
Schools and Offices closed - Spring Recess
Wed Apr 4
Schools and Offices closed - Spring Recess