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May 20, 2022

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Graduation Updates


Graduates should arrive at the venue and be in the holding area no later than 1:15 pm. Please be on time! Graduates should park in Lot C (11450 Maxwell Road) and walk down the road from Lot C to the security checkpoint. The walk from the parking lot to the security checkpoint will take a few minutes. Please plan accordingly. Graduates cannot bring opened containers; we will provide water at the graduate tent.

Guests/parents will park in Lot A (1775 Founders Parkway). Parking lot A and all gates will open at 1:30 pm. Handicapped parking is available in parking lot A. Seating for ADA guests is available at the venue. The boxes immediately behind the ADA area will be reserved for families of our ADA guests until 2:15 pm. Entry to the graduation will require a ticket.

A live stream of the ceremony will be available on Graduation will be held, rain or shine.

For the latest information, visit Seniors and Graduates.

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End of the Year Schedule

Please find the schedule for the final week of school, the week of May 20. Please note that Tuesday, May 24 is a Remote Day for all students due to elections on that day. Teachers will communicate required work and/or available Teams study sessions or conferences with students and parents. On Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday the school day will conclude at 12:40 pm and buses will depart at 12:50 pm.

During this time, final work will be completed and recovery and remediation will occur. Due to the importance of final tests and final opportunities for recovery and remediation, no pre-approved absences will be allowed during the final week of school.

Important Message from Ms. Agans


As mentioned in previous communications, attendance is important – every day. At Cambridge, our teachers will be teaching and assessing up until the last day of school. All teachers will be giving a “gradeable experience” on the last day of school in their classes. Absences could result in zeroes, thus affecting your overall average in the class. Please be present every day. Please go over your grades with your teacher and use every opportunity for recovery. Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors, you have 9 more days – let’s finish strong! Stay safe. Be the BRIDGE. GO BEARS! A²

Personal Fitness Waiver

For those students who qualify for the Personal Fitness Waiver for the second semester, please complete the application form before Thursday, May 26, 2022, at 11:45 pm. For more information:

Personal Fitness Waiver

Cambridge Hockey

If you are an ice hockey player and interested in playing high school hockey, join the Cambridge Hockey Team! We are looking for experienced hockey players in the Cambridge area to play. The team would represent Cambridge in the Georgia Student Hockey League (GSHL).

The GSHL is the USA Hockey Association for high school ice hockey in the state of Georgia. It has been around for 25 years and the season includes league games, playoffs, and a state championship. If you are interested in playing, know anyone who may be, or want more information, please reach out to Chris Hildrum at

Interested in Playing Volleyball?

All Girls interested in trying out for volleyball are invited to meet our new volleyball coach on Friday, May 20, during B2, in the aux gym. The summer workout schedule will be distributed during the meeting.

Girls Basketball Interest Meeting

All girls interested in trying out for basketball please plan to meet briefly next Wed, May 25 at 12:50 pm in the aux gym. The summer calendar & other info will be shared.

Cambridge Students Place at Fulton Film Festival

Hosted by our very own Mr. Funderburk, Cambridge AVTF students excelled at the Fulton Fim Festival. Congratulations!

Advanced Category - Acting Lessons

Marcus Veazie

Gaelen Collins

David Litchenwalner

Akhil Senthilraj

  • 2nd Place Advanced
  • Best Sound Design
  • Best Supporting Character - Marcus Veazie

Novice Category - Before You Know It

Madison Dolin

Shakshi Bhimani

Lia Rodriguez

Kadija Safdhar

  • 3rd Place Novic
  • Best Supporting Character - Kadija Safdhar

CLAWS Mentors for 2022-2023

Please see Mrs. Butler in 2137 to pay your dues. Details on Teams.

Juniors with Parking Permits

Now that seniors are finished, Juniors with valid parking permits may park in the first rows of the senior parking lot. If you do not have a parking permit, you cannot park on school grounds. Parking is a first come first serve in the senior lot. Seniors who are on campus to take make-up AP exams or recovery should park in an empty parking spot in the senior parking lot.

No parking is allowed in staff or visitor parking spots. Violators will be booted.

Senior Calendar

Seniors - All the dates you need to know about graduation and upcoming graduation activities are on the Senior Calendar.
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Hopewell Middle School 2020-2021 Yearbooks

If you ordered a Yearbook from HMS last year and never received it, please stop by the HMS Front Office and let them know you need to pick it up. All leftover 2020-2021 Yearbooks will be disposed of at the end of the school year.”

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Class of 2023 - Senior Portraits

Attention seniors, parents, and guardians, it is now time to schedule your senior portraits through Cady! You must have your portrait taken by Cady to be in the yearbook. Take advantage of the limited-time promotion to receive a free scene when you schedule your session before the end of June.

Please go to

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Text 4Help

Students experiencing anxiety or stress can receive assistance by anonymously texting BEARS to Text4Help hotline: 1-844-201-9946. Certified mental health professionals will respond to inquires within three to five minutes. The conversation is completely free, anonymous, and confidential.

if you or someone you know is in crisis, please call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line at 1-800-715-4225, call 911.