Activities


 Computer Club - Mr. Paul Yelle

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Computer Club - Mr. Paul Yelle

The first half of the year is for the second graders and the second half of the year is for the first graders. The goal is to have fun playing educational games. In addition to computers, students have the option of play with Legos, Checkers, Connect Four etc… Responsible middle school students are encouraged to help run this program. See Mr. Yelle for more information.



 Math Team - Mr. Bownes

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Math Team - Mr. Bownes

All are welcome to join the math team. We will be competing in two different math leagues this year. The fifth and sixth grade math meets will be held at Inter-Lakes Elementary School, in Meredith. There are three meets, the first being in January. The other math league is open to students in grades six, seven and eight. There are five meets a year, the first will probably be mid November.



 School Play - Mr. AJ Coppola

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School Play - Mr. AJ Coppola

Stay tuned for exciting things to come!



 Student Council - Mr. Kyle Underwood

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Student Council - Mr. Kyle Underwood

Student Council 2019-20 Officers:

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 Congratulations to the 2019-20 Student Council!

8th Grade:                            7th Grade:                    6th Grade:

 

                                                                                                                 

The School Store is run by the Student Council Members and is open Monday - Friday  7:45am -8:00am and also on Tuesdays from 10:35-10:55.  Stop by and check it out.  Use the School Spirit Order Form to get your Campton Spirit Wear!



 Technology Student Association (TSA)

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Technology Student Association (TSA)

Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization and has been active at CES for several years. The purpose of TSA is to increase the knowledge and understanding of our technologically-based world. The student members apply and integrate science, technology, engineering, and mathematic (STEM) concepts as they plan, create, organize and use a variety of resources to solve problems. Students learn through co-curricular and team activities, leadership opportunities and competitive events. The competitions are held at the State TSA conference in March. In 2011, CES students placed in first, second or third place in 12 different events, bringing back 17 trophies for the display!
Check out www.tsaweb.org for a comprehensive list of activities and to learn more. The state association website is www.nh-tsa.us and has information specific to the state chapter and annual conference.