Parent Involvement

Campus Community School believes that student achievement is directly linked to parental involvement and therefore, parent involvement is a requirement in our charter.

Parental involvement starts at home by supporting your child academically, socially, emotionally and providing proper health and wellness. Parents should ensure that students arrive at school, before 8:00a.m., ready to learn. Parents should be well informed of class assignments and homework and support their child's efforts to complete them successfully and timely.

Campus Community School's charter and the success of CCS require a high level of parent participation at the school as well. All parents are expected to volunteer in some way during the year. Parents with disabilities will be afforded an equal opportunity to participate in the services, programs, and activities of the school.

Parents are expected to report each year on their volunteer hours and involvement. A form listing volunteer hours and types of involvement should be turned in at each semester conference to their child's teacher. As stated in the family contract, parent(s)/legal guardian(s) must attend a minimum of two scheduled parent/teacher conferences each year for each child that the family enrolls in CCS. Non-compliance may result in disenrollment for the following school year.

Bully Prevention

The Delaware Department of Justice has a School Ombudsman who can assist with bullying issues. The hotline number is 1-800-220-5414

Bullying/Cyberbullying Policy

Bully Reporting Form