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We, the faculty and staff of Lucie E. Campbell Elementary School, believe that we should use all community resources available to assist students in developing their maximum potential. We believe it is our responsibility to provide a climate in which students develop physically, mentally, and socially. We shall endeavor to equip the students with the necessary skills to meet the challenges of a competitive, highly technology, and changing society.


The mission of Lucie E. Campbell Elementary School is to prepare our students to be successful, productive citizens in the future world of work by empowering them to read, comprehend ideas, think critically, compute, and analyze.  We are determined to "Leave No Child Behind."


Lucie E. Campbell Elementary School's Administration, Faculty, Parents and Community will provide a safe, courteous environment, where all students engage in meaningful experiences, challenging activities, and powerful focused instruction, enabling them to be innovative citizens in a new millennium.

  • Student learning is the main priority of Lucie E. Campbell Elementary School.
  • All students can learn and will learn at higher levels given the opportunity, motivation, resources, time, and a safe environment.
  • Students' learning is enhanced when multi-manipulative and multi-media devices are incorporated in the lessons.
  • Students learn best when they are actively engages in the learning process.
  • Interactive instruction employing best practices will facilitate skills mastery.
  • A set of district performance standards, which describe in concrete terms what our students would know and be able to do will allow the public to evaluate student work in context.
  • Students learn in different ways and their learning style impacts all decisions in the delivery of instruction.
  • Administrators, Teachers, Parents, and Community members all share in the responsibility of advancing the school's mission through a shared decision making process.
  • Students are unique and important, and through collaboration between home and school, we should work together to develop responsible, resourceful, productive citizens.
Memphis City Schools does not discriminate in its programs or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, handicap/disability, sex, or age.  For more information, please contact the Office of Equity Compliance at (901) 416-6670.
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