Spring Testing - EOC Assessments Begin April 22
We are ready to begin Spring testing the week of April 22, 2019, with our EOC assessments. Please find a link to our EOC weekly calendars with the test dates and times, including daily bell schedules.
Students who are in the following EOC courses will test on these dates:
Visit Spring Testing for testing locations and complete schedules.
|U.S. History||Monday, April 22|
|Economics||Monday, April 22|
|9th Literature ||Tuesday, April 23 and Wednesday, April 24|
|11th Literature ||Tuesday, April 23 and Wednesday, April 24|
|GSE Algebra I ||Monday, April 29|
|GSE Geometry ||Monday, April 29|
|Biology||Wednesday, May 1|
|Physical Science ||Wednesday, May 1|
Please note on the EOC weekly calendars that students should report to school in time to begin testing at 8:20 am. Please make a note of the start time each day for students who are not testing. Any student who is on campus before 1st period, and is not testing, will stay in the cafeteria until testing is complete.
Important reminders before testing:
- Student devices need to be brought on campus and restarted prior to testing in order to receive important software updates.
- Student devices need to be fully charged each night prior to an EOC assessment.
- Students cannot leave during an EOC assessment. Please plan accordingly and schedule any appointments on non-test days.
Students will be assigned to testing sessions alphabetically. Students will be notified of their testing location(s) next week, and we will post those locations on our website.
If you have any questions about EOC testing, please contact Joel Peterson, Assistant Principal at PetersonJ1@fultonschools.org.
AP and Final Exams
AP and Final Exams can be found under Students and Student Testing. Test dates, times, important reminders, and bell schedules can be found on that page.
End of Course Testing: April 22 - May 2
AP Testing: May 6 - 17
Final Exams: Seniors - May 16 - May 22, all other students - May 20 - 23
Final Exam Exemptions:
For more information on the Final Exam Exemption Incentive and how students may qualify, see www.cambridgehs.org, About and Academics.
- Applications open and parent/guardian approvals accepted - April 25, 2019
- Applications and approvals due - by 4:00 pm on May 3, 2019
Teachers notify students of exemption status - May 10, 2019
Online yearbook sales have officially CLOSED. Yearbooks can now only be purchased on May 15th starting at 7:30 am at the auditorium concession stand. Please come early. We will sell on a first come, first served basis (not based on grade level) and there are only 115 books left to sell. We WILL sell out.
Yearbook distribution schedule:
May 13th - Books will be distributed to SENIORS only during all lunches
May 14th - Books will be distributed to all grades during all lunches
May 15th - Books will be sold first come, first serve until we sell out starting at 7:30 am. The cost will be $100 CASH ONLY
2019 Student and Class Council Elections
Student and Class Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held the week of April 22. Students interested in serving must complete the application below by April 19.
2019 Student and Class Council Application
FCS Partners with Purposity
Connecting students in need
In Fulton County we are always looking to join forces with other partners and organizations who will help us make a bigger impact in the lives of the community we serve. With this vision in mind, we are excited to introduce our newest partner, Purposity, an Atlanta-based organization that will connect Fulton students in need with people in the community that can help. This is done through a mobile app designed to make it easy for neighbors to help neighbors.
By signing up, generous donors are sent a weekly notification with a specific need for a specific student. It might be a winter jacket for a middle schooler or household essentials for a high school family that lost its home in a fire. Users decide if they want to help and in just a few clicks on their phone, the need is met. They know exactly who they are helping and why. It's the simplest way to make an impact locally.
The app is available in the App Store, on Google Play, or by going to www.purposity.com.
Attention all 9th and 10th Grade Students
All 9th and 10th-grade students are required to complete the Bridge Bill Activity. These activities are due immediately. If you have questions, please contact Coach Flemmer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
9th Grade Students: Use your school-issued device and complete the two tasks in the document below—"DUAL ENROLLMENT" and SAVE THREE OCCUPATIONS."
9th Grade Bridge Activity
10th Grade Students: Use your school-issued device and complete the two tasks in the document below— "DUAL ENROLLMENT, INTEREST PROFILER-180 QUESTIONS, AND APTITUDE ASSESSMENT."
10th Grade Bridge Activity
2019 - 2020 Course Registration Continues
Third-Round Course Verification Forms - Now Due!
To assist students and parents/guardians with course registration, visit our web site for resources, timelines, and the complete registration process.
Visit www.cambridgehs.org, "About" and "Academics."
Timeline and important dates:
Third Course Verification Forms due
Deadline for final course changes.
Online Course Registration
Registration for online classes for the summer session and next fall is now open. Requests for online courses for the next school year must be noted on your student's course verification form by the course registration deadline, May 23, 2019. Registration for all courses (summer 2019 or fall 2019) must be made through either Fulton Virtual or Georgia Virtual. Course registration will be reviewed and approved by your student's counselor. Note, the FVS or GAVS course listed on your student's course verification form does not indicate they are registered or approved for the course. Registration must be made through FVS or GAVS, please links below.
For rising 9th grade student, the process for requesting an online course (Summer 2019 or Fall 2019) is the same. Registration requests for Summer 2019 will be reviewed and approved by the middle school staff. Requests for Fall 2019 will be reviewed and approved by Cambridge Counselors after the first day of school.
As practitioners, we are constantly reading and learning to stay abreast of trends and ensure that we are using best practices. Much of what we read is not education-centric and may be of interest to all. During our last Parent Roundtable, we discussed highlights of recent texts and how our practices both personal and professional have been influenced.
Below are a few of my latest reads, as well as my team's current reads. Enjoy!
Kimberly H. Premoli
Ms. Premoli's Reading List:
The End of Average - Todd Rose
The Power of a Positive Team - Jon Gordon
The Power of Positive Leadership - Jon Gordon
The Price of Privilege - Madeline Levine, Ph.D.
The Checklist Manifesto - Atul Gawande
The Naked Roommate: For Parents Only - Harlan Cohen
Daring Greatly - Brene Brown, Ph.D.
Read more titles from my team...
Cambridge Governor's Honors Program Finalists
Congratulations to the Cambridge 2019 Governor's Honors Program Finalist.
The Governor's Honors Program is a four-week summer residential program designed to provide intellectually gifted and artistically talented high school students challenging and enriching educational opportunities not usually available during the regular school year. Activities are designed to provide each participant with opportunities to acquire the skills, knowledge, and attitudes to become independent, life-long learners.
|Student Name|| ||Area of Nomination|| |
|Madeleine Feely||Finalist ||Agricultural Research, Biotechnology, and Science|| |
|Cheney Dunwoodie||Finalist ||Communicative Arts|| |
|Amanda Bock||Finalist ||Music||Music Strings: Viola|
|Isabelle Catanzaro||Finalist ||Music||Music Voice: Treble|
|Kabeer Chawla||Finalist ||Social Studies|| |
|Kathryn Amstutz||Finalist ||World Languages||French|
|Vedic Panda||Alternate ||Mathematics|| |
Cultural and Educational Tour of Japan
Six Cambridge students spent their Spring Break visiting Tokyo, Yokohama, Hiroshima, Kyoto, and Miyajima, as part of a cultural and educational tour of Japan. The trip was sponsored by the Japan-American Society. The trip focused on exposing the students to elements of Japanese culture, history, economy, and government. To that end, the students were given the opportunity to experience everything from a Japanese Ramen museum to culturally significant memorials, shrines, and temples to touring a Nissan automotive plant. They sampled a wide variety of Japanese food, explored diverse parts of many of Japan's major cities, and met and interacted with Japanese citizens from many different backgrounds.
Teacher, Bryan Wallace said, "I truly believe the students emerged with a deeper understanding not only of the nation of Japan and it's unique culture but also of the economic and political significance of the U.S. - Japanese relationship." Mr. Wallace and Ms. Premoli accompanied students: Bryce Boutelle, Jack Gaertner, Morgan Perkins, Caroline Redick, Trey Rielly, and Jack Tindle.
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Practice Tests for SAT and ACT
April 27 and 28, 2019
Applerouth will be hosting free practice tests for the SAT and ACT on April 27 and 28. Students can take a full-length proctored mock 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.
To sign up for a practice test, please visit applerouth.com/testdrive.
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Required by DDS for Learner's Permit and Driver's License.
- Exemption Form
Seniors - Class of 2019
All Seniors may apply for a parking spot. Remaining spots were distributed to Juniors based on a lottery.
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