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Ft Campbell HS Hours

School Hours Regular Hours Tuesday Hours
Office Hours 7:00 am - 3:30 pm 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Students 7:25 am - 2:35 pm 7:25 am - 1:20 pm
Teachers 6:50 am - 2:50 pm 7:20 am - 3:50 pm
Teachers (Friday) 7:20 am - 2:50 pm  

Tuesdays are Early Release days

Cafeteria Hours Start End
Breakfast 7:00 am 7:20 am
Lunch Monday 11:35 am 12:50 pm
Lunch Tues-Fri 10:40 am 12:40 pm

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Ft. Campbell HS

School Address
912 Carentan RoadFort Campbell, KY 42223-5133
Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5133
Phone: 270-640-1219
Fax: 931-431-9386

Please email the attendance clerk if your student is absent:

Email:

Upcoming Events

 Sep 28
Professional Learning No School for Students

 Oct 8
Parent Teacher Conferences No School for Students

 Oct 9
Professional Learning No School for Students

 Oct 12
Columbus Day No School

 Oct 30
Teacher Work Day No School for Students

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NOTE: Please check your school's calendar for information on additional release days for training, parent teacher conferences, and other activities.

DoDEA Mission

Educate, engage, and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world

FCHS Vision

Fort Campbell HS is an energetic community, igniting the imagination and inspiring a life-long passion for learning.

FCHS Belief Statements

  • A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.
  • Learning is a life-long process.
  • Students learn best when actively engaged in the learning process.
  • Successful education requires the collective effort of the student, parent, staff, and community.

Accreditation

Our accrediting agency, NCA CASI, is part of the unified organization AdvancED who's focus is to help member schools continually improve student performance and school conditions. Their accreditation standards and process are based on:

  • ongoing self-assessment against quality standards,
  • rigorous on-site evaluation, and
  • continuous improvement.

Continuous School Improvement Goals

Goal 1 – Professional Learning Communities/Focused Collaboration

  • The overall FCHS FLC Rating Score on the Analyzing Common Assessment indicator will move from the baseline level of "Developing" in SY 17-18 to "Deepening" in SY 19-20, as measured on the PLC Self-Assessment Form.
  • The PLC Focused Collaboration groups will move from "Somewhat Evident" to "Very Evident" in Stage 4 in SY 18-19 to "Somewhat Evident" to "Very Evident" in Stage 5 in SY 19-20 as measured by the PLC Focused Collaboration Self-Assessment Tool.

Goal 2 – School Climate & Culture - Teacher

  • The score on the Teacher Expections* Component will move from "Not Healthy" in SY 17-18 to "Somewhat Healthy" in the SY 19-20 as measured on the Teacher Climate and Culture Assessment using the 3-category Healthy Rating Scale.

Goal 3 - Mathematics

  • The CCRS Summative Assessment average for FCHS Algebra I students will increase in the performance levels 4-5 (Meet-Exceeds) from 19% in SY 17-18 to 24% in SY 19-20 as measured by the 5-category scale.
  • The CCRS Summative Assessment average for FCHS Geometry students will increase in the performance levels 4-5 (Meet-Exceeds) from 25% in SY 17-18 to 30% in SY 19-20 as measured by the 5-category scale.
  • The CCRS Summative Assessment average for FCHS Algebra II students will increase in the performance levels 4-5 (Meet-Exceeds) from 24% in SY 17-18 to 29% in SY 19-20 as measured by the 5-category scale.

Goal 4 – Literacy

  • The average Writing and Language PSAT score for 9th graders will increase from 22 in SY 17-18 to 24 in SY 19-20 as measured by the PSAT 3-category scale (Meets or Exceeds, Approaching, Needs to Strengthen).
  • The average Writing and Language PSAT score for 10th graders will increase from 24 in SY 17-18 to 26 in SY 19-20 as measured by the PSAT 3-category scale (Meets or Exceeds, Approaching, Needs to Strengthen).
  • The average Writing and Language PSAT score for 11th graders will increase from 24 in SY 17-18 to 26 in SY 19-20 as measured by the PSAT 3-category scale (Meets or Exceeds, Approaching, Needs to Strengthen).