Director of Pupil Services

My name is Nikki Campbell and it is my privilege to serve as the Director of Pupil Services for Keystone Local Schools. I grew up in southern Ohio, attending the East Muskingum Local School District. I graduated from John Glenn High School in 1999 and then attended Kent State University where I earned my Bachelor's degree in Education in 2003. I earned a Master’s degree in Education from Baldwin Wallace College in 2008, and a second Master’s degree in Educational Leadership through Concordia University in 2019. I hold teaching licenses as an Intervention Specialist (both mild/moderate and moderate/intensive) and administrative licenses for the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Before moving into this role, I was an assistant principal at Marion L. Steele High School (2019-2020), and prior to that, I spent 16 years in the classroom as an Intervention Specialist at Keystone Middle School (2010-2019), Buckeye Elementary School (2009-2010), and Strongsville High School (2003-2009). 

In addition to my teaching experience, I have served as a RESA Mentor and sat on various state-level committees for the Ohio Department of Education. In 2016, I was awarded Educator of the Year for the Keystone Local Schools and in 2019, I was nominated as a candidate for Ohio Teacher of the Year. 

As a pupil services administrator, it is my job to ensure that every student who walks the halls of Keystone receives an accessible education in a safe environment. I am honored to serve the Keystone community and help grow the future of our world. 

Twitter:  @MrsCampbellSPED