Approximately 750 Campbell High School students, parents and community members participated in the first ‘Campbell Cares’ community service day Oct. 30. Principal Dr. Grant Rivera challenged CHS students and their families to join in the effort, in which groups helped beautify elementary school campuses, clean up Smyrna parks and roadsides and spend time with local retirees. The service day ended with a special luncheon prepared and served by the CHS Culinary Arts department.
Campbell students collected and distributed clothing for Smyrna residents in need.
Campbell students spent their Saturday morning making their community better.
Anchor Club members and parents delivered collected food to MUST Ministries.
One group of volunteers created holiday cards for the Center for Children and Young Adults.
CHS students spent time talking and playing games with residents of Delmar Gardens retirement home.
Campbell orchestra students performed for Delmar Gardents residents.
Volunteers assisted in a variety of cleaning projects throughout the community.
Students earned community service hours for their time spent volunteering for ‘Campbell Cares’ day.