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CCPS Comprehensive Plan


Mission Statement

To provide a world-class education that enables every student  to choose and pursue any post K-12 endeavor.


The Profile of a Virginia Graduate identifies the knowledge and skills that students should attain during their school experience to be successful citizens, including critical thinking, creative thinking, collaboration, communication, and citizenship. Campbell County Public Schools’ long-range goals focus on providing students with the skills they need to thrive in a diversified twenty-first century economy. We believe successful Campbell County Public Schools’ graduates will be able to think critically and creatively, communicate and collaborate effectively with others, while displaying the citizenship skills that will strengthen our community.

This comprehensive plan provides focus for our school division as we seek to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and provide an education that enables every student to choose and pursue any post k-12 endeavor. This plan contains priority statements and objectives that will direct our work over the next five years. The areas of focus included in this plan are curriculum and instruction, student support services, personnel, and school operations. Technology is a focus area addressed within its own planning document but is infused within all aspects of long-range planning.


Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures during the 2019-2020 academic year, all schools in Campbell County were fully accredited; however, the pandemic has created gaps in instruction and produced learning loss that will take time and a strategic approach to overcome. For the 2020-21 and the 2021-22 school years, CCPS created a Safe Return to School Plan which prioritized staff and student safety through COVID-19 mitigation strategies while making up for lost learning and closing achievement gaps that grew because of the pandemic. To extend learning and meet students’ academic needs, alternative schedules were put in place, including the 4x4 block schedule at the secondary level, and summer programs were expanded. As Campbell County Public Schools look to the future through comprehensive, strategic planning, we must consider what our school system can become while facing the existing challenges presented by the pandemic.