The Principal's Message

Cambridge School's Weekly Parent Newsletter

June 12th

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


Today is FIELD DAY!! Remember that there are NO YOUNGER SIBLINGS OR GUESTS allowed to attend this event. All volunteers have color-coded badges. If you do not have a badge, you will be asked to leave. Thank you for your cooperation as we keep our children safe.

~ The Upcoming Week ~

Weekly Calendar

6.15.15 - Monday

  • 5th Grade Music Screening by MS Music Department
  • BOE Meeting - Honoring Outgoing PTO Members

6.16.15 - Tuesday

  • COUGAR COUNCIL PRIDE DAY: Red Carpet Day! Dress your fanciest!!!

6.17.15 - Wednesday

  • 5th Grade Recognition @ Crossroads South (10am)

6.18.15 - Thursday

  • 5th Grade Transition Trip to Crossroads South

6.19.15 - Friday

  • 4th Grade Picnic



Hello Everyone!

This was another great week filled with many parent events. Thank you to all of those who could attend and learn about the wonderful work we are doing each day. Here are a few reminders for the end of the school year!


If you have not yet had the chance to read the welcome letter from our new Principal, Ms. Christi Pemberton, please click below!


PTO Supply Kits: Cambridge Families - Here's your opportunity to get all of your 2015-2016 school supplies through the Cambridge School PTO. SchoolKidz are on sale now through June 12. They will be delivered to your child's classroom for the first day of school next year. Order forms are on the Friday Folder link.


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.

Have a wonderful week!

Mrs. Capes :)

Cambridge School Has Been Flocked

Many of you have noticed the "FLOCK" of pink flamingos outside of the school. Sponsored by the local MOMS group, our school was flocked as part of an initiative to raise money for one of our students, Ray. For more information about how you can support this program and send Ray's Flock to a lawn near you, visit this link:


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


Club Information

Clubs have officially ended. Thank you to everyone who participated!!

Cambridge School Friday Folder - Additional Flyers

Click here to return to the Online Friday Folder

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