Common Sense District 2023-24

Earning recognition as a Common Sense District shows our district's community that we are committed to providing safe and innovative spaces for students to thrive as they harness the potential of technology for learning and life. To receive district-level certification, CampbellUSD has certified every one of our schools, as well as engaging with families district-wide using Common Sense resources. For more information on the certification process and Common Sense Media at large, please visit Common Sense Education.

District Facts

Our Vision

Campbell Union School District will be a model for innovative programs and instruction that engages, empowers, and inspires all children to feel safe and thrive.

Our Mission

Campbell Union School District, a provider of education beyond the expected, educates individual students to their highest potential and ensures that they are prepared to succeed.

Our Values

We Are Learners. We Are Collaborators. We Are Community Builders.

Our Schools

  • 10 Elementary schools
    (2 are TK-8)
  • 2 Middle schools
  • 8 Preschools


Preschool through Grade 8


6,450+ Students* — Preschool-8th grade

* Source: Campbell Union School District August 2022

​Traditional & Non-Traditional Instructional Programs

Ask about our schools that offer Dual-Language Immersion, Parent Participation, and Design Thinking.


September 7, 1921

Fiscal Year

July 1 - June 30

Operating Budget

$1.06 million

More about funding

Our Plan and Goals

With student readiness as our purpose, the Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) serves as our strategic plan for outlining the actions, services and spending that align to each goal. The Governing Board adopts these annual plans aimed at improving student growth and performance.

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Other Mandated Reports

Welcome to Campbell Union School District