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Cambridge Headlines - Student Announcements
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Cambridge Girls Cross Country Win 6A State Championship
Congratulations to the Cambridge Girls Cross Country team as they capture their second
GHSA 6A State Championship!
Congratulations to the Cambridge Boys Cross Country team who finished
3rd at the GHSA 6A State Meet!
||The Cambridge Orchestras perform their annual "Spooktacular" concert for students.
|The Milton Police Department K-9 unit demonstrated the training and conditioning they do with their K-9 officer. They also discussed positive reinforcement with Ms. Rhodes' AP Psychology class as they are studying classical and operant conditioning.
Cambridge Fencing team member, Makalyn Price won a silver medal at the Pope High School tournament. Congratulation Makalyn for earning the highest place Cambridge has earned thus far!
The Junior Classical League Socktober sock drive was a great success. Thanks to everyone who donated, JCL collected over 115 pairs of brand new socks for Fulton County to give to kids and teenagers in foster care.
Please join us this evening at 7:00 pm for a discussion on teen substance use. In addition, below is a link to additional information on vaping and juuling, provided by Fulton County Schools.
Students First, Safety First Vaping and Juuling
Parent Presentation - Optimism
Thursday, November 8
What does Optimism have to do with anything?
Can the skills of optimism be learned, or are pessimists just doomed to be unhappy forever?
How is pessimism linked to depression and anxiety?
Did you know that optimists tend to outperform pessimists in sports, school and overall and well-being?
Come to find out the answers to these questions and more as Ms. Whyte reviews the classic book, "Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life" by Martin Seligman.
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Counseling Department Conference Room
Cambridge Parent Connectors
New Parent Program
Cambridge High School is excited to announce a new program designed to support new parents/guardians joining the Cambridge community and our existing parents/guardians who may need some support navigating school-related issues.
A group of Cambridge parents called the Parent Connectors has been organized to provide third-party, neutral support to fellow parents who have questions or concerns about the school or the community. Please read the attached flyer for more information.
You can contact the Parent Connectors by sending an email to
or by completing the following Google Form -
Parent Connectors Questionnaire
If you have any questions about this program, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Joel Peterson at
Cambridge CCRPI, ACT, and SAT Scores
Georgia Department of Education released the 2018 College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI) for all schools in Georgia. In addition, ACT and SAT results are in for 2018. Read more about our results at Cambridge.
Student ID Policy
School Safety and Security Plan
As part of our safety and security plan, we are implementing a policy such that all students must wear an ID at all times. IDs should be worn around the neck and visible. By requiring all staff, students, and visitors have some identification on them at all times; we can better ensure that the people in our building, should be in our building. We ask that all parents and guardians help us in this safety measure by ensuring that your student has his/her ID on them each day.
If your student has not received his/her ID, please have them see Ms. Leathers in the Front Office.
Please note that if a student loses his/her ID, it will cost $5 to replace the ID and if a student loses their ID and lanyard, it will cost $10 to replace all items.
Attention Senior Parents/Guardians
Do not miss the opportunity to honor the accomplishments of your graduate. Senior ad deadline is November 16, 2018. Senior ads must be purchased and built by November 16. Build your ad at
Yearbooks are now available for purchase! Visit
to purchase a 2018-2019 book. The cost is $80.00.
Class of 2019 Graduation
May 23, 2019, at 2:30 pm
We are excited to announce our graduation plan for the Class of 2019. This year, all North Fulton
County High Schools will be holding graduation ceremonies at Verizon Amphitheatre located in Alpharetta. Our ceremony will be held on
Thursday, May 23, 2019, at 2:30 pm
. We look forward to upholding our tradition of a beautiful and dignified graduation and are excited to take advantage of this spacious venue with ample seating for our Cambridge families.
Our graduation committee will continue to finalize the details of graduation and graduation activities, and additional information will be provided as we get closer to this important event.
Now open - you may order your senior's Graduation Package at www.GABalfour.com.
This package will be mandatory for our seniors participating in the graduation ceremony, at the cost of $100.00. The package includes the following, and separate items will not be available for purchase.
- Class of 2019 cap and gown
- Cambridge stole
- Diploma and diploma cover
- Venue fee
Payment for the package will be made to Balfour. Note that beginning March 1, 2019, the Graduation Package will increase to $125.00 to cover late fees. We look forward to a wonderful graduation for the Class of 2019.
Spring Semester TAG Career Internships
Interviews November 7
Juniors and Seniors who have completed the Hire Me TAG seminar and want to participate in a Spring semester TAG career internship, you must interview with the county coordinator on Wednesday, November 7, 2018
. Students should see Mrs. Flores, in 1101 before school this week, to sign-up for an interview time and to receive detailed instructions.
Spring Semester Dual Enrollment
Deadline - November 30
All students who wish to participate in spring dual enrollment classes
have applied to the college (if required - by college deadline)
submitted their signed Student Participation Agreement and Class Schedule to Ms. Wilson
no later than Friday, November 30, 2018.
Any forms received after this date will not be accepted. Please contact Mrs. Wilson, Dual Enrollment Liaison at
or your counselor with any questions.
Homework Help During GROWL
Next GROWL - November 7
We are so excited to add "Homework Help" sessions to our GROWL program on Wednesdays.
Does your 9th grader need help understanding their homework? Perhaps they need someone to read their essay and provide some feedback. Or maybe they are struggling with a concept and need someone to explain it to them again. We have a solution.
Cambridge National Honors Society students are volunteering their time to help 9th graders with their homework during study hall or intramural sports on GROWL days.
After attendance is taken in study hall or intramural sports, students may sign out of their class to report to room 1.116. Our National Honors Society students will be there to help with math, science, history, English, and Spanish.
This is a great opportunity for 9th graders to get help with their homework. When they are finished getting help, they return to their study hall or sports.
New PAWS Classes
Students Request Form: www.cambridgehs.org
Students, check out these new PAWS classes!
- Need help with one of your classes, we have PAWS for just about every academic class and many electives.
- Need help getting organized? Ms. Furr has a new class called "The Key to Organization," starting this Tuesday.
- Need writing support? Writing support is available Tuesday and Thursday, and Creative Writing is available on Thursday.
- Writing college essays or need some help? Dr. Karschnik has the PAWS for you on Thursdays.
- Interested in military movies? Mr. Bordas has a new class, "America at War," held on Tuesdays.
- Love horses? Ms. Cook is showing classic and new horse movies where the equine is the hero. The class is held on Thursdays.
- Love space? Watch episodes of Planet Earth, Cosmos, and other shows and discuss Planet Earth and More with Ms. Vaughn on Tuesday.
- Need to learn new techniques for relaxing? Try Relaxation Therapy on Thursday or join the Yoga class on Tuesday to reduce stress and boost your wellbeing.
Check out all the new PAWS classes on the PAWS Change Request Form at
Look for the big PAW on the right!
Mock SAT and ACT
November 10 and 11
pplerouth will be hosting free practice tests for the SAT and ACT on November 10 and 11, 2018.
Students can take an official, full-length proctored SAT or ACT - for Free!
Afterwards, students will receive a
detailed score report that highlights their strengths and areas for growth. Students will also receive
access to an exclusive online Strategy Session led by a top tutor.
Calling all Culinary Students and Aspiring Chefs
Deadline December 5
The Fulton County School Nutrition program is hosting a 2018-2019 Fulton High School Student Chef Competition!
Teams of 2-4 High School students will compete to develop a nutritious, student-friendly recipe that includes local foods, USDA Foods and is easily incorporated into the school café! Teams must submit an application, original recipe with nutrient analysis, taste test results, and a photograph of their dish to
December 5, 2018.
Balfour on Campus
Balfour will be on campus
November 8, during all lunches
to take Class Ring, Letter Jacket, Graduation Announcements, and Graduation Package orders.
College Visits to Cambridge
View the latest schedule of college visits and register here:
Student Morning Announcements
Keeping students informed
To keep all student up to date and informed, Cambridge delivers Cambridge Headlines each morning to student Fulton County Schools issued email addresses. Announcements can also be accessed through
, look for Cambridge Headlines to the right.
Morning announce topics range from current student events, senior and graduation activities and deadlines, testing schedules, bell schedules, club activities, athletic opportunities, and so much more.
Students can access their FCS email from any device, open a web browser and go to portal.office.com. Log into Office 365 using:
Password: birthdate (mmddyyyy).
Cambridge High School
Mission, Vision and Belief Statements
Cambridge High School...educating, challenging and inspiring
all students to reach their full potential and achieve college and career readiness.
Cambridge High School...providing the best educational experience
for each student within and beyond the classroom.
The Cambridge High School community believes that our students will achieve their full potential when we:
- cultivate high expectations, mutual respect and encouragement,
- embrace individualism and diversity,
- provide a framework for student mentoring and support,
- encourage extracurricular participation in academics, arts, athletics and service opportunities,
- foster a collaborative community effort,
- maintain a challenging, diverse and relevant curriculum,
- integrate and optimize technology,
- celebrate individual and school accomplishments and progress,
- ensure that students feel safe and respected,
- connect with people, programs and experiences within and beyond the classroom
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