- 2022-2023 Supply List
- Publicity Photo Permission Form
- Enrollment Information
- 2022 – 2023 School Calendar
- Daily Announcements
- Drivers Education Program
- Lunch Menu
- MDE – Campbell-Tintah School Dist Report Card
- Parent Vue / Student Vue
- Tri-State all sport practice and game calendar/schedule
- Tri-State Tigers Website link
Headlines & Features
School Bus Drivers Needed
Looking for Route, Activity & Substitute Drivers
Flexible Schedule, will pay for bus license & provide a vehicle for testing.
Applicants must pass a criminal background check.
Applications can be found at campbell.k12.mn.us under the “Our School” tab.
Mail completed applications with 3 letters of recommendation to Kyle Edgerton, PO Box 8, Campbell, MN 56522 or email the school office at email@example.com
2022-2023 Safe Return to In-Person Learning Plan
Updated August 2022
Campbell-Tintah Public Schools (CTPS) is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all staff, students, families, and visitors. To ensure a safe and healthy workplace, all CTPS employees are responsible for implementing this plan. This plan will be reviewed a minimum of every six months.
Visitors will check in at the office using Door #1. Visitors who are experiencing symptoms or not feeling well should stay home.
Face coverings are optional within the CTPS facilities. Face coverings will be available at the office.
Physical distancing is not required within the CTPS facilities.
Vaccinations are not required for students, staff, or visitors/volunteers at CTPS. Vaccinations are available in the community through our health care providers or Public Health.
Handwashing and Respiratory Etiquette
All students and staff are encouraged to wash their hands and be aware of their impact on others with their respiratory etiquette.
Cleaning / Ventilation
Cleaning protocols along with air handling units’ operations are implemented to maximize the safety of students and staff.
Isolation, Quarantine, and Contact Tracing
Students and staff who test positive will isolate for 5 days from the first onset of symptoms or positive test. If you test positive, please contact Angie Glass, the school’s student health assistant, in the health office. If fever free for 24 hours (without fever-reducing medication) and symptoms improve, students and staff can return to school/ work after 5 days. Contact tracing will not be conducted, and quarantines will not be required. Parents can choose to be notified if their child was in a classroom with a student with a positive case. Contact your child’s school health office if you wish to receive COVID-positive notifications.
Diagnostic and screening testing.
CTPS will provide access for staff and students to take home tests while supplies last. All students, staff, and visitors are asked to self-screen for symptoms prior to coming to school/work.
Appropriate accommodations for children with disabilities with respect to health and safety policies will be provided. To learn more, parents/guardians should contact his/her child’s case manager.
Coordination with State/Local Public Health
CTPS officials will continue to coordinate and implement plans with consideration of state and local public health officials.
Communications and Training Practices and Protocol
This plan is posted under the COVID-19 tab at www.campbell.k12.mn.us. Training will be provided as needed for students and staff.
We are committed to providing a safe environment for students, staff, and community members. We believe it is important that we all respect the decisions and actions of others in our community while we seek the common goal of a safe environment.
The primary purpose of the Fergus Falls Area Special Education Cooperative is to provide a free,
approprate, and conprehensive education for all students with disabilities, ages 0-21. If you are
aware of any child that may be in need of special education services, they may contact their
local school district principal and/or the director of special education to consider possible
evaluation to determine their needs for special education. For more specific information, contact
the Director of Special Education, 518 Friberg Avenue, Fergus Falls, MN, 218-998-0935, ext. 9020.
New Nicotine/Vaping Procedure
If students are caught vaping or with a vape device, they will be referred to My Life, My Quit instead of being placed in In School Suspension. The program takes approximately 5 weeks. Once completed students will have received a watermarked certificate of completion that they must hand into the office.
Extra-Curricular Activities will still be impacted the same way, as that is Minnesota State High School Activities League (MSHSAL) rules. See BYLAW 205.00, Chemical Eligibility, in the MSHSL Official Handbook for the 22-23 school year regarding violations and penalties.
Parents, you can read more about the My Life, My Quit program: Parent and Guardian Resources – Minnesota (mylifemyquit.org)
Lunch Payments: Can be made by bringing in cash or check into C-T office or if you would like to make lunch payments online, here is the link:
Daily Bell Schedule
- Our Mission Statement:
- To provide a safe and supportive learning environment where each student can achieve their highest potential
Campbell-Tintah Public Schools
- 430 Connecticut Avenue
- PO Box 8
- Campbell, MN 56522
- Phone: (218) 630-5311
- Fax: (218) 630-5881
- Kyle J. Edgerton