The Principal's Message

Cambridge School's Weekly Parent Newsletter

November 5th

Bonnie H. Capes, Principal & Michael Scheese, Assistant Principal

~ The Upcoming Week ~

Weekly Calendar

11.5.2014 - Wednesday

EARLY RELEASE - Conferences

11.6.2014 - Thursday

NO SCHOOL - NJEA Convention

11.7.2014 - Friday

NO SCHOOL - NJEA Convention

11.10.2014 - Monday

NO SCHOOL - Professional Development

  • 7:30pm - Board of Education Meeting

11.11.2014 - Tuesday

NO SCHOOL - Veteran's Day

11.12.2014 - Wednesday

EARLY RELEASE - Conferences

  • 7pm - PTO Meeting

11.13.2014 - Thursday

  • 7pm - Parent Academy - The Deceptive Complexity of Raising a Respectful Child: An Emotionally Intelligent Parenting Approach - A presentation by Dr. Maurice Elias

11.14.2014 - Friday

  • 7pm - PTO EVENT - Vendor Night/Kid's Holiday Shop



Although short, this week held many great conversations about student learning. Thank you for your time and dedication to your child's education. We will continue our conferences next Wednesday, which is also an early release day.

Please make a special note of this coming weekend and next week's school calendar. Students do not return to school until next Wednesday, which is, again, an early release day. During this time off, consider having your child take a moment to write about his/her adventures. This could be something that they share when we finally return next week!

Finally, please take time to thank our Veterans. Tuesday, November 11th, is Veteran's Day. It is a day to honor those who have served in the Armed Forces. Throughout our Nation's history, the members of our Armed Forces have volunteered in the face of great danger to protect our country and support the cause of peace around the world. On Veteran's Day, we remember those who have served in previous wars, those who are serving today, and those who did not live to become veterans. Our nation owes these brave defenders a debt of gratitude. Thank you to those of you who have proudly served our nation.

Have a wonderful long weekend!

Mrs. Capes :)


Club Information

TUESDAYS (October 7 – December 2)

3:30 – 4:30

  • Kindergarten and 1st Grade Super Science - (Pick up is at the middle modular unit on Leahy Road)
  • Stock Market Game Club - (Pick up is at the 4th and 5th Grade dismissal doors (A-22) facing Cambridge Road)

Wednesdays (October 8 - December 3)

3:30 – 4:30

  • 2nd and 3rd Grade Super Science - (Pick up is at the middle modular unit on Leahy Road)
  • Stock Market Game Club - (Pick up is at the 4th and 5th Grade dismissal doors (A-22) facing Cambridge Road)

Wednesdays (October 8 – December 3)

****3:30 – 5:30****

  • COUGAR STUDIOS - (Pick up is at the main entrance)

Thursdays (October 2 – December 4)

3:30 – 4:30

  • 4th and 5th Grade Super Science - (Pick up is the middle modular units on Leahy Road)

IMPORTANT: Please allow ample time to park and arrive safely on time. Any student left past the dismissal time (and is not enrolled in the Community Education After School Program) will be sent to the After School Program and a $25 non-negotiable fee will be assessed. Habitual offenders will be dis-enrolled from the Club Program and refunds will not be given. Please make every attempt to make alternate pick up arrangements if you cannot be on time.

*Unless your child is enrolled in the Community Education After School Program, please do not ring the buzzers to be let into the building.

Thank you for your cooperation!

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From the Health Office

10 Steps to Your Healthiest School Year Ever!

  • Get back on schedule. It’s difficult to give up the summer schedule but it’s important to re-establish a reasonable bed time. Start a regular meal time schedule too.
  • Start off strong with a healthy breakfast. A good breakfast provides energy and will help keep you alert and attentive in class. Highly sugared foods leave you feeling tired soon after eating. School performance is related to what you eat.
  • Drink plenty of water. Water is the best fluid to stay hydrated without the added sugar found in some juices and soft drinks. Remember to also drink the recommended amount of milk.
  • Don’t forget to wash your hands often. Keep hands away from the face, mouth, and nose where germs can enter your body.
  • Boost your immune system. Get plenty of sleep, eat colorful fruits and vegetables every day and wash your hands often.
  • Eat a nutritious and yummy lunch. Choose foods from all the food groups. Different food groups supply the body with energy to think, move and grow.
  • Cut back on sugar and salty snacks. Limit soda, sport drinks, candy, chips and ice cream-they add on extra calories, can harm your teeth and leave you feeling weak and tired.
  • Enhance your brain performance. Exercise, play memory games, do puzzles, and eat brain foods like berries, cold water fish and nuts. Just say “NO” to fast food and enjoy a home cooked meal with your family at least 4 nights a week.
  • Get at least 30 minutes of exercise every day-at recess and at home. Go for a daily walk with a parent, a friend or your pet. Exercise helps the body be strong, flexible, and resilient.
  • Turn off the TV and video games at least one hour prior to bedtime. Take time to relax, take a bath or shower, brush your teeth and pack up for the morning.

Dawn Guidice, School Nurse

732-297-2941 x3553

Upcoming Events

  • November 6th - NO SCHOOL - NJEA Convention
  • November 7th - NO SCHOOL - NJEA Convention
  • November 10th - NO SCHOOL - Professional Development
  • November 11th - NO SCHOOL - Veteran's Day
  • November 12th - Early Release - Conferences
  • November 14th - PTO EVENT - Vendor Night/Holiday Shop
  • November 26th - EARLY RELEASE - Thanksgiving
  • November 27th - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving
  • November 28th - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving
  • December 5th - PTO EVENT - BINGO NIGHT - 7pm
  • December 23rd - EARLY RELEASE - Winter Break
  • December 24th - January 4th - Winter Break