FFA Agricultural Communications - National Champions!
Congratulations to the Cambridge FFA Agricultural Communications Team as they are were named National Campions at the National FFA Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. Congratulations Ms. Nerswick, MiKayla Crenshaw and Rebecca Wallace.
Common Sense, the national
nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids and families thrive in a world
of digital media and technology, has recognized Cambridge High School as a Common Sense Certified School:
Cambridge High School has demonstrated its commitment to taking a
whole-community approach to preparing its students to use the immense power of
digital media to explore, create, connect, and learn, while limiting the perils
that exist in the online realm, such as plagiarism, loss of privacy, and
Personalized Learning - Device Selection Process
Good news! Cambridge has been given approval to begin the one-to-one device selection process, as part of Personalized Learning at Cambridge. A committee has been formed of administrators, teachers, parents, and students who will evaluate the device options and make a recommendation to the School Governance Council. The school will have four devices available for all stakeholders to view from November 9 through November 11 in the Student Center. The four devices are:
invites everyone to visit the Student Center and take a look at the
devices and supporting materials. They welcome feedback on what you
like and what you think will best support instruction at Cambridge.
For more information about Personalize Learning at Fulton County Schools,
click the icon above.
Lady Bears Compete in Elite Eight
Congratulations to the Cambridge Varsity Softball team as they advance to the State Elite Eight. The Lady Bears take on Creekview (#2 in the State) next Thursday at 8:00 pm in Columbus.
Congratulations to the Cambridge Varsity Volleyball
team as they advance to the State Elite Eight. The Lady Bears take on
Dunwoody, at Dunwoody at 12:00 pm on Saturday.
Family Science Night at Manning Oaks Elementary
Dr. Ellen Kerr, STEM Director at Cambridge High School and her students recently volunteered at the Manning Oaks Elementary School's Family Science Night. Working with students and sharing their passion for science were: Andrew Cardell, Rachel Rose, Amy Pollmann and Mahvish Qureshi.
Cambridge Culture Club
"Police Talk" with Office Floyd - Cambridge School Resource Officer
The Culture Club of Cambridge High School is for all students. The club honors the contributions to American culture made by a wide variety of social, ethnic, and religious groups throughout the nation's history. The club will bring cultural, political, social, and educational programs to students through monthly meetings, field trips, and special events over the course of the school year. "It is our goal to broaden the awareness of our student body to the rich variety of contributions that have made America a cultural beacon across the globe," stated Mr. Maize, Assistant Principal.
Founding Members: Nyomi McMorrin, Chase Vassel, and Blake Christopher
National Chemistry Week
As part of Mole Day and
National Chemistry Week, AP Chemistry students have created several Periodic
Tables made of cupcakes.
Pictured are: Alejandro Becerra, Zach Ellison, Allie
Kench, and Sania Shaikh.
Cambridge Counseling Update - 10.21.16
View the latest updates from Cambridge Counseling, including:
Evening events for 2016/2017
Visit the Cambridge Counseling for more information.
September Crest of Honor Award Winners
Congratulations to Ms. Cathryn Olympiadis (left) - paraprofessional with the CBI program. In the last year this staff member has had a great impact on her student. Her student has grown from hardly acknowledging others, to waving, to now saying "Hi." When her student has success, Ms. Olympiadis' face lights up. Cathryn is the perfect mixture of kindness and firmness, and much of her student's progress is because of Cathryn's efforts. Ms. Olympiadis' student is prepared for her next step thanks to dedicated work and time spent by her paraprofessional.
Congratulations to Mr. Bryan Wallace (right) - Social Studies teacher. Mr. Wallace is described as a "constant source of support and inspiration" and a model in his department as being "solution-oriented and positive on a daily basis." He helps other teachers through collaboration, soliciting feedback, and communicating weekly through Friday's "BEAR IN MIND." He shows dedication to his students by providing them with supportive and rigorous preparation for now and beyond high school. His work with colleagues serves as an example of Cambridge's core values.
Ms. Olympiadis and Mr. Bryan Wallace are deserving of this September Crest of Honor recognition.
C.A.R.E.S. visit Cogburn Woods, Summit Hill and Birmingham Falls
Cambridge Athletics community program
Cambridge Tennis Fundraiser Registration Form