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Champion Middle School

Message from Heather Campbell, CMS Principal update: 2014-04-28

Welcome to Champion Middle School!

It is our mission to empower students to achieve academic success as well as grow physically, socially and emotionally in a safe environment. We are dedicated to easing the transition from the elementary to middle school and to preparing our students to be successful in high school and beyond.

Respect, Responsibility and Quality Effort are the expectations that drive our school culture. We believe that all students can learn.When students learn in a safe and nurturing environment; students will strive to attain exceptionally high levels of academic achievement.

Our focus is to exceed our past years’ accomplishments; this can be achieved only with your continued support. We value your input and look forward to continuing the quality partnership we share with the Champion community. We also look forward to a wonderful year at Champion Middle School; our doors are always open.

If you have any questions concerning Champion Middle School, please contact the principal’s office at 330-847-2348.

Heather M. Campbell
CMS Principal

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Events for July 2014
There are no events scheduled for this month. Fundraiser update: 2014-04-28

Champion Middle School has an exciting new fundraising opportunity. By using the link below you can help CMS raise money by doing the shopping that you are already doing. Any purchases made through using the link below will produce up to a 10% rebate going straight back to CMS.

Make sure you tell your family and friends to start their online shopping here.

Click here to give back to CMS while you do your online shopping.

Thank You! update: 2014-04-28

Thank you for following the designated traffic patterns and procedures while our buses are dropping off and picking-up our students. This ensures the safety of our students.

Middle School Years… update: 2014-04-28

The development of good study skills is the highway to your goals, whatever they are. And no matter how hard you have to work or how much adversity you have to overcome along the way, the journey will indeed be worth it.

How do you make goal setting a part of your life? Here are some hints I think will help you:

  1. Be realistic when you set goals. Don’t aim too high or too low and don’t be particularly concerned when (not if) you have to make adjustments along the way.
  2. Be realistic about your expectations. An improved understanding of a subject you have little aptitude for is preferable to getting hopelessly bogged down if total mastery of the subject is just not in the cards.
  3. Beware the Goldilocks Conundrum despite the previous two points, you can be overly realistic—too ready to sigh and give up just because something “isn’t in the cards.” There’s a fine line between aiming too high and feeling miserable when you don’t come close, aiming too low and never achieving your potential, and finding the path that’s right for you.
  4. Concentrate on areas that offer the best chance for improvement. Unexpected successes can do wonders for your confidence and might make it possible for you to achieve more than you thought in other areas.
  5. Monitor your achievements and keep resetting your goals. Daily, weekly, monthly, yearly—ask yourself how you’ve done and where you’d like to go now.

Ron Fry’s How to Study Program A career Press Book

Champion Middle School‘s Philosophy: update: 2014-04-28

PIES: which means every staff member focuses on the Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, and Social development of each child at Champion Middle School.

Walk Warm Program at Champion Middle School update: 2013-09-08

Champion Middle School will again be hosting Walk Warm for the adult residents of Champion starting November 6th through April 3rd, 2014.

Champion residents may walk at the middle school Mondays through Thursdays from 3:00 until 4:30. A nurse will be available the second Monday of each month from 3:00 until 3:30 to check blood pressures.

Assignment Books update: 2014-04-28

Parents are encouraged to review the assignment books daily. The students are required to write assignments and class work in them. Also, when a student leaves a classroom for any reason, the teachers write a “pass” in the assignment book. Parents are able to see how often their child is out of the classroom and where they are going. Also, all disciplinary actions are documented in the assignment books.

Character Education update: 2014-04-28

The Champion Middle School Character Education curriculum will continue to be implemented and reinforced across all discipline. Detention and Saturday school will also include the essential lessons within our Character Education curriculum.

Hall of Fame Award update: 2014-04-28

Champion Middle School staff and students earned the honor of being named the Top Middle School in the State by receiving the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators 2005 Hall of Fame Award....
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Champion Middle School Information

Champion Middle School
5435 Kuszmaul, NW
Warren, Ohio 44483

Phone: (330) 847-2348
Attendance Office (330) 847-2340
Fax: (330) 847-2355

Grades: 5-8

Heather Campbell


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