Campus Phone: (832)223-1300

Campbell PTO Boot Scootin' Boogie & Chili Cook Off

Please join us on Friday, February 2, 2018 between 6:00-9:00pm at Campbell Elementary for a good night of boot scootin’ family fun filled with carnival games, a mechanical bull, DJ Jeffery, a raffle and the Campbell Chili Cook off! $15 pre-sale wrist bands available until Friday, January 26 then the prices will go up at the door to $20. There is no admission charge for adults. 

Do you make an incredible pot of chili? Now is the chance to showcase your talent and win the golden ladle title! Only $20 to enter the contest!

​George Ranch FFA will be selling BBQ brisket sandwiches, chips and a drink for $7. To better prepare for the meal, pre-orders are needed.

Winner winner winner! There is just something about an auction that is so exciting! PTO will be hosting a silent auction on the evening of the dance and chili cook off, as well as, an on-line auction. The on-line auction will offer on opportunity to bid on such items as first in the car pool line, front row seats at programs, gaming lab pizza party for 8 with the entire office staff, naming the front circle drive way and so much more you don’t want to miss! Click HERE  if you would like to make a donation for either one of our auctions!

As a means to celebrate our Western Heritage and kick off the rodeo season, students will be allowed to wear their cowboy and cowgirl outfits to school on Friday, February 2, 2018! Yee Haw! 

Click HERE  for the order form or pay on-line at .


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School hours are 7:30 am - 2:40 pm.
Doors open at 7:00 am.

Principal: Michelle Koerth
Current Enrollment: 613

1000 Shadow Bend Dr.
Sugar Land, TX 77479

Map to Campus

Phone: (832)223-1300
Fax: (832)223-1301

View the Parent Orientation PowerPoint for helpful information.

Campbell Elementary Earns the No Place for Hate Designation

Campbell Elementary has earned the No Place for Hate designation. No Place for Hate schools receive their title by:
Building inclusive and safe communities in which respect is the goal, and all students can thrive.
Empowering students, faculty, administration and family members to take a stand against hate and bullying by incorporating new and existing programs under one powerful message.
Engaging schools and communities in at least three anti-bias activities per year.
Sending a clear, unified message that all students have a place to belong.

Congratulations to Campbell students and staff on this achievement!