Campbell IB Booster Club

We are 2/3 of the way into our Inaugural Capital Campaign and have raised almost half of what we need to achieve our year one goals. To date, we have received $30,280 in straight donations and are anticipating another $2,925 in corporate matching. While this amount is great, our participation level is low. Approximately 20% of families in the IB program have donated. Imagine what we can raise with 100% participation, or even 70 – 80 or 90%! Please consider contributing what you can. Every bit helps and your donation is 100% tax deductible. We have ambitious goals we want to achieve and your child/children will benefit.

Corporate Matching
Thank you to those donors who have already submitted their request for corporate matching funds. Make sure you don’t leave free money on the table! If you have any questions regarding corporate matching, please contact Denise Raymond at

First Planned Purchase: Laptop Cart
We will purchase the laptop cart for the 900 Hall as soon as we have enough funds. We are of the mindset of “Raise it! Spend it!” – we want to put your donations to work ASAP.

Casino Night Update
Logistics: January 20, 2018 from 7-10 p.m. at the Taylor Brawner House in Smyrna
Entertainment: 10 Ton Stone, featuring a member of our IB family
Tickets: Go on sale November 6th and they are limited! Spartan-level donors receive two (2) tickets so almost half of the tickets for this event are already allocated to these donors. If you want to secure a ticket for Casino Night, consider donating at the Spartan level.
Silent Auction: Have items to donate to the Silent Auction? Email Denise Raymond at

SHOW YOUR CHS IB PRIDE! You can now purchase IB t-shirts and magnets online! Check it out at:

For more info about the IBBC or to donate, visit You can also follow us on Facebook ( Snapchat (CHSIBBooster), Instagram (chsibboosterclub) & Twitter (@chsibbooster).

Reminder: 9th and 11th graders pay for PSAT by Friday

Just a reminder that all IB 9th and 11th grade students need to submit $16 to Ms. Adams in the IB office to cover the cost of the PSAT, which takes place on October 11th here at school. I’ve fielded a few questions about whether students should take it, and my response is always going to be “Yes” because it is a low-cost, low-stakes measurement to see where your student is. We have IB students take the test all three years (9th, 10th, 11th) to be sure they are ready for the SAT/ACT in spring of junior year. If you have any other questions, please reach out.

GT Women in Engineering

The Georgia Tech Women in Engineering Program is excited to announce the 18th annual Engineering Career Conference (ECC) for current female junior and senior high school students.

ECC is designed to give high school girls knowledge and information about the eleven engineering disciplines offered at Georgia Tech to help them decide if they’d like to study engineering in college, and, if so, which type of engineering is best for them.
This year’s ECC will be held on Thursday, October 5, 2017 from 8:30AM to 4:00PM in the Georgia Tech Student Center Ballroom.

Over the course of a day, prospective female students have the opportunity to hear directly from Georgia Tech’s world-renowned faculty and current Tech students about the various engineering majors offered at GT. In addition, attendees have the chance to meet with a GT Admissions Counselor to find out about the admissions process and the academic requirements necessary to be successful in engineering undergraduate programs.

The non-refundable registration fee for ECC is $25, which covers all materials as well as breakfast and lunch for each girl attending the program, and breakfast for parents or guardians and teachers.
The application link may be found at

9th and 10th Grade Student Gov’t Opportunities

Students will have until September 1st to turn in applications for SGA (Student Government Association). Applications can be picked up outside room 107.

We will hold elections for 9th and 10th grade SGA officers in the coming weeks. Voting will take place via our new application (Students are not required to be in a specific class in order to vote, and they can vote from any device during the allotted voting times). Our personal website is Students use their student ID number and a set password, which will be distributed to all 9th and 10th graders at a later date. We can set elections for only 9th and 10th graders. Students will vote from September 5th-September 6th. Winners will be announced on the afternoon of September 6th. More information to come regarding voting procedures. For questions, please see Mrs. Hogarth in 107.

Service Opportunity at Teasley

Teasley PTA will be hosting a Fall Family Fun Night at Teasley on Friday, September 8th from 5-8. If you would like to help, they love to have you! Coach Homansky is setting up field day activities, so they will need volunteers to help oversee those activities and sell concessions.
Below is a Sign Up Genius for anyone who is interested. Please email if you have any questions.

Teasley Sign Up