Campus Community School
 Date updated - Summer 2018
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District: Campus Community Charter School Telephone: (302) 736-0403
Address: 350 Pear Street, Dover DE 19904 Web: Campus Community School Page
Principal: Leroy Travis Title IX Coordinator: Leroy Travers
School Demographics
Fall Enrollment

Grade 13743
Grade 23547
Grade 34542
Grade 45244
Grade 55352
Grade 65152
Grade 75252
Grade 85243

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School Promotion by Grade

Grade 197.3%
Grade 2100.0%
Grade 397.8%
Grade 498.1%
Grade 5100.0%
Grade 696.1%
Grade 798.1%
Grade 898.1%

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Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

African American51.8%54.9%
American Indian0.7%0.5%

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Other Student Characteristics

English Language Learner1.7%
Low Income42.4%
Special Education9.1%
Enrolled for Full Year100.0%

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Recently Arrived ELL Students

Number of Students Not Tested on ELA Assessment0

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Class Size (Percentage by Range) (2017-18)
* Elementary and special schools provide their own class size data

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School Finances

District Expenditure per Pupil (2016-17)


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District Sources of Revenue (2016-17)

Percent District Allocation of Current Expenses by Category (2016-17)

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Exemplary Programs
Campus Community School works to make every school program exemplary. All programs are individually tailored to maximize every student's ability. Campus Community School uses the "Responsive Classroom" Approach to teaching and learning. Responsive Classroom is a research-based approach that focuses on the strong link between academic success and social-emotional learning (SEL). The 4 Key domains of "Responsive Classroom" are Engaging Academics, Positive Community, Effective Management, and Developmental Awareness. The guiding principals of "Responsive Classroom", adopted by Campus Community School are:

1. The social and emotional curriculum is as important as the academic curriculum.
2. How children learn is as important as what they learn.
3. Great cognitive growth occurs through social interaction.
4. To be successful academically and socially, children need to learn a set of social and emotional skills: cooperation, assertiveness, responsibility, empathy, and

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Curriculum Highlights
General themes provide overall focus to the curriculum, and within those themes, teachers use National Common Core Standards and Delaware's content standards as a guide for creating activities. Students are monitored and guided to meet high standards of content knowledge, achieve high levels of independent thinking and acquire cognitive skills that will enable them to be lifelong learners and problems solvers. Integrated projects are used to teach the curriculum within the context of relevant real world application. Students learn cooperatively much of the time, developing skills that will serve them well as they progress through school and beyond. High quality work is an expectation.

Integrated Arts:

At Campus Community School all curriculum areas are integrated and focus on a central theme. The Arts are an important part of the integrated approach. Art, Music, Spanish, Physical Education and Technology are seen as a way to learn and study math, science, social studies, and l

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Student Led Conferences:

In an effort to provide a team approach to student success, and promote personal responsibility, students keep portfolios of their work and share their progress with their parents at the end of each trimester. Student led conferences allow students to take an active part in their learning, accept responsibility for their achievements and identify areas in need of attention. These conferences also provide a great deal of information to parents about the types of experiences their children are having on a daily basis.

Habits of Mind:
Campus Community School students and staff have developed a strong focus on the following Habits of Mind:

Students are instructed and graded on there effectiveness within these habits.

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