The Principal's Message

Cambridge School's Weekly Parent Newsletter

April 30th

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

~ The Upcoming Week ~

Weekly Calendar

5.4.15 - Monday

  • 3rd Grade PARCC Testing

5.5.15 - Tuesday

  • 3rd Grade PARCC Testing

5.6.15 - Wednesday

  • 3rd Grade PARCC Testing

5.7.15 - Thursday

  • 4th Grade PARCC Testing

5.8.15 - Friday

  • 4th Grade PARCC Testing
  • Mother's Day Plant Sale



WOW!!! Thank you so much for the amazing lunch that will take place today, Friday, May 1st. The STAFF APPRECIATION lunch is a spectacular event that is so meaningful to everyone at Cambridge School. We cannot tell you how incredibly humbling it is too see how much heart and soul goes into preparing this meal to honor the people who work hard each and every day and make this school so special. Most sincerely, thank you!

Please note that the PTO will be holding a special meeting regarding proposed changes to the bylaws. The proposed changes went home in your child's back pack. These changes will be shared and possibly voted upon on Wednesday, May 6th at 7pm. Please bring your questions or concerns to the meeting.

TOUR DE SB - Sign up now!!

It's that time of year again!!! It is time for Cambridge to SHINE!!! It is time to sign up to represent Cambridge School in the Tour de South Brunswick on Saturday, May 30th. Help us win a $500 Grant for our Physical Education Department. Each student participant will receive a cougar paw print tattoo and a bonus recess time with Mrs. O'Brien!!

Registration is now open:


We currently have 77 registrations...MJ has 54!


The school song that was written and performed by our 4th grade students will be posted very shortly on Mr. Steve Seskin's webpage:

Please check back to hear this amazing song!! Thank you to the 4th grade students for your creativity.


PARCC Testing begins next week with 3rd grade. Please remember that this testing window is only 3 days per grade level. In addition, make sure your children are well rested.

Have a wonderful week!

Mrs. Capes :)


The PTO is selling the *NEW* Car Magnets!!! Please visit the online Friday Folder for the order form!


Club Information

Intramural Sports and Games will begin today: 3:30 -4:30

The Chess Club, 2/3 Super Science, Cougar Studios, Sport Skills and Games and 4/5 Super Science will begin next week. See Club recap below:

Club Overview

Please remember clubs will not meet on Early Release Days!


K/1 Super Science

April 27 - June 6

3:30 - 4:30

Pick up will be at the middle modular unit (M-4) on Leahy Road

Chess Club

May - June 16

3:30 -4:30

Pick up will be at 4th

and 5th Grade Wing doors



2nd and 3rd Grade Super Science

May 6 - June 10

3:30 - 4:30

Pick up will be at the middle modular unit (M-4) on Leahy Road

Cougar Studios

May 6 - June 10

3:30 - 5:30

*Please bring a light nut-free snack

Pick up will be at the main entrance (A-1)


4th and 5th Grade Super Science

May 7 - June 18

3:30 - 4:30

Pick up will be at the middle modular unit (M-4) on Leahy Road

Sport Skills and Games

May 7 - June 18

3:30 - 4:30

*Please bring a light nut-free snack

Pick up will be at the gym doors

(C-18) on Leahy Road


Intramural Sports and Games

May 1 - June 4

3:30 - 4:30

*Please bring a light nut-free snack

Pick up will be at the gym doors

(C-18) on Leahy Road

Cambridge School Friday Folder - Additional Flyers

Click here to return to the Online Friday Folder

5th Grade WINTER FESTIVAL - Rescheduled...AGAIN

Friday, May 8th, 7-9pm

35 Cambridge Rd

South Brunswick Township, NJ

From the Health Office

Allergy season is upon us. Here are some helpful suggestions of things that can

be done at home.

  1. Check Pollen Counts. Before heading outside, check the local news or visit the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology’s National Allergy Bureau for up-to-date readings.
  2. Shut the Windows. Good advice for at home and in the car to help keep pollen out. Cool with the air conditioner instead.
  3. Move outdoor activities to the afternoon. Pollen counts are usually highest from 5 to 10 AM. If you plan to garden, mow the lawn or take on other allergen-stirring chores, wear a mask.
  4. Head out on rainy days. Moisture helps clear pollen from the air. Dry, windy days are more likely to have a lot of pollen.
  5. Shower. After being outside, it’s a good idea to toss your clothes in the hamper and rinse pollen from your skin and hair. Get undressed in the bathroom not in your bedroom. Change your pillow case daily to prevent sleeping with pollen.
  6. Dry laundry indoors. As nice as the fresh-air smell may be, pollen can cling to your clothes, sheets and towels.
  7. Try a Neti pot. Rinsing your sinuses is a quick, natural and effective way to flush out mucus and allergens so you can breathe easier. You can also use a saline spray.
  8. Run over-the-counter drugs by the doctor. Some over-the-counter medications work best if taken before the pollen hits the air. (Think April 1st or April Fool’s Day). Some allergists recommend treatment about two weeks before symptoms typically appear.
  9. Wear a hat when outdoors to keep pollen off of your hair.
  10. Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly at the base of the nose to catch pollen while outdoors.
  11. Wear sunglasses to provide a partial block of the eyes from pollen.

Dawn Guidice, RN, School Nurse

732-297-2941 x3553

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