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625 S. Keech Street
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 258-4661

    ​​​School Calendars

    18-19 School Calendar - English

    18-19 School Calendar - Spanish

    Bell Schedules

    Regular Day

    Early Release

    ​School Improvement Plan

    School Improvement Plan Dissemination.pdf


    ​Pinnacle Internet Viewer

     Parent Portal

    Parent Family and Engagement Plan



    ​Electronic Devices Policy

    While cell phones are permitted on campus, they must not be visible or used during school hours. Electronic devices such as cameras (still or video), handheld games, MP3 players, CD players, or iPods are not allowed on campus. Campbell Middle School will not be responsible for damage, loss, or theft of prohibited items.


     Emergency Cards
    An emergency card will be sent home with each student at the beginning of each school year.  Please complete and update the card with current information and return it to the school immediately.

     BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology)


     BYOT Guide
    Please open the appropriate Guide for BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology).

     7th Grade Immunization Requirement   

    Seventh Grade Requirement: In addition to compliance with all other required immunizations, children entering, attending, or transferring to the seventh or eighth grade in Florida schools must complete the following:

    One dose of tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis (Tdap) vaccine .  

    Immunizations are available from your family physician and Volusia County Health Department. For more information please contact the Volusia County Health Department at 386-274-0500 

     School Entry Requirements - Immunizations

     Te​sting Dates

      Right to Know

    Title I

      ​Meal Charge Policy


    School Safety Resources for Parents and Teachers

    The Department of Education’s Office of Safe Schools provides many online resources about Safe Schools initiatives related to bullying, cyber-safety, and other important issues. Visit to get more details.  If you are interested in learning more about the “Safe Streets” initiative to reduce gang activity and access valuable online resources on this and other safety-related topics, visit the Attorney General’s Web site at