Campbell Elementary is a neighborhood school located within the City of Roosevelt Park. It has a strong tradition of parent and community involvement. Campbell has been able to maintain a stable enrollment through the Schools of Choice program, which benefits us with parent involvement and a desire for their children to receive the best education possible.

The Roosevelt Park Community and Campbell Elementary team up to benefit all the children of our community. We have many opportunities in and around the school, from baseball (Roosevelt Park Youth Athletics) to tennis and basketball courts, basketball and cheerleading clinics at Campbell (Norton Shores Parks & Recreation), to football (Mona Shores Youth Club), and soccer (Sailor Soccer & Norton Shores Parks & Recreation).  All of these fun activities are offered in and around our clean, safe neighborhood.

Campbell Elementary Highlights/Student & Community Focus

  • S'mores Awards for positive behaviors; top s'mores earners attend our Camp Leader Cafe, a monthly lunch with the Principal, along with school-wide monthly celebrations
  • 3rd grade Michigan Musical program
  • Reading Buddies with varying grade levels
  • "Happy Campers" awards can be earned as a classroom for displaying positive behaviors as a team
  • 5th grade students running Field Day activities in June
  • Title I funds are used to provide individual and small group tutoring for kindergarten through 2nd grade students who are at-risk, during school hours
  • Extended day program for after school tutoring for students with academic struggles
  • ​Strings program for 5th grade students through the middle school
  • Chromebooks for each student during their weekly Technology class
  • Chromebooks are available for use throughout the week with teacher sign out
  • COWs (computers on wheels) - 4 sets of 15 computers are available for classroom use
  • ​5th grade students vs. staff softball game in June
  • Girls on the Run is offered to 3rd-5th grade girls and ends with a 5k in mid-May
  • Mona Shores and Campbell are known for their participation with Destination Imagination (DI) - and have teams that compete at the state and national level each year
  • Family Learning Night (FLN) - an evening of activities for families focused on making learning fun & giving parents ideas for ways to nurture continued learning at home through everyday activities
  • PTO – parent volunteers meet once a month to connect with the principal and a staff representative; various fundraising throughout the year provides many opportunities to support the students, staff and the community: library books, classroom materials, field trips, assemblies, accelerated reading tools, fall tailgate, spirit days, family movie nights and a school carnival that is enjoyed by students, parents, and the community