Basketball is starting! All schedules can be found under the Athletics tab.
Friday December 1st ~ Teacher in-service, NOON DISMISSAL & Report Cards If your child normally attends A+ on this day, they will be automatically signed up. If your child does NOT normally attend A+, but you would like them to on this day, please contact Lisa Ash 254-7339
Wednesday 12/6 ~ Grade 7/8 Parent Conferences (regular dismissal this day)
Thursday 12/7 ~ K-6 Parent/Teacher Conferences /NOON Dismissal-NO A+ this day
Clif ~ Year of the Book!
“Building a Better World, One Book at a Time!”
See what's to come... Clif Calendar of Events
Everyone here at Campton Elementary thanks The Couch Family Foundation for their generosity and making Clif possible!
Please remember that school starts at 8am and dismissal starts at 2:34.
We ask that you call the school if your child will be out, late, OR if their regular after school plan has changed. This will assist us in making sure your child knows where to go after school.
If you are dismissing your child, please plan to come to the school a few minutes BEFOREHAND to give time to track down the student and to account for delays due to any schedule changes. Thank you
Lost & Found is in the cafeteria. We urge parents to label their children's clothing/water bottles/sports bags, etc.
It is said that Campton took its name from an early surveyor’s camp in the region. It is also said that Governor Wentworth, when he granted the original charter in 1761, wanted to commemorate one of his friends, Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington. Compton’s influence had helped Wentworth become governor in 1741.
In those days, one would say the letter “a” broader, thus Compton became Campton. Most of its earlier settlers came from Connecticut. John Marsh, an early grantee, had a nephew, Sylvester Marsh, who built the famous cog railroad to Mount Washington after making his fortune in Chicago. Form more historical information about Campton, please visit the Campton Historical Society web site.
Campton has a Town Meeting form of government, in which residents meet annually in March to decide local matters. A board of 5-elected Selectmen, and a Town Administrator sees to the day-to-day operation of the town. Planning, zoning, and conservation committees are staffed by volunteers.: