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November 20, 2020

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Thanksgiving Break and Universal Remote Learning

School is closed for Thanksgiving break from November 23 - 27

Students will be Universal Remote on Monday, November 30, and Tuesday, December 1
Face-to-Face learning will return on Wednesday, December 2

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Break! Stay safe and #MaskItandBearIt!

The Bridge - Friday November 20, 2020

The Bridge Season 9 EP 6 (11-20-20 Thanksgiving)

Varsity Basketball - Saturday, November 21


Below is the private student ticket link for Saturday’s Varsity Girls/Boys Home games vs Grady High School. We have a very limited amount of tickets so do not wait to purchase. If you try to buy today and the tickets are sold out already, check back later this afternoon or evening –once parents have had time to buy their tickets, Coach Broadwell will add unsold tickets back to this link.

Also-on game days any remaining tickets will be made public on GoFan- you can purchase on the mobile app or on

NOTE: due to attendance restrictions, CAA passes will not be allowed for entrance into basketball games with the exception of those belonging to families of basketball players or basketball cheerleaders-you will need a ticket.

Remember not to validate your ticket until you arrive at the gate. There will be a marked student section in the stands with spots to stand on—every other row must be empty and all students must wear a mask the entire time. It will be important to follow these rules, otherwise, we will have to clear the student section and only have parents at the games. No one wants that so please everyone do your part so everyone can have fun at the games.

Thank you,
Coach Broadwell

Video Message from Ms. Agans

View Ms. Agans' video regarding "Incompletes" and whether or not you can "incomplete" the last summative!

First Semester 2020 - Grading Guidance and Final Summatives


Take a moment to review the grading guidance currently in place to ensure you know where you stand in each of your classes. If you have questions on any Incompletes you may have and what they mean to your grade, please review Ms. Agans' video above and talk to your teacher as soon as possible to clear any Incompletes you may have.

First Semester 2020 - Grading Guidance

First Semester Final Summative Schedule - Week of December 14

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2020-2021 Yearbook and Important Deadlines


Don't miss out on a Yearbook that is as unique as this school year! Purchase your 2020-2021 Yearbook now before the price increases on January 31, 2020.

Yearbook - $80.00

Senior Deadlines Extended:

Senior Portrait Deadline - December 15

to book your senior's appointment

Senior Quotes Deadline - December 15

Seniors, submit your quote

Senior Yearbook Ads - December 15

create and submit your ad - price does not include the yearbook


The yearbook staff needs your help in gathering candid pictures. Download the ImageShare app and use project 126425 to submit pictures.

New Counselor

Please welcome Kaitlyn Massey to the Cambridge Counseling Department. Kaitlyn will serve students and families with the last name beginning: Mr - Sil. You can reach Ms. Massey at or 470-254-2513.

Please refer to the following to contact your assigned counselor:

A – Dia: Amey Rishel

Dib – I: Jennifer Evans

J – Mo: Virginia White

Mr-Sil: Kaitlyn Massey

Sim- Z: Samiah Garcia

Updates from the Counseling Department

Please find more information on the following updates at the link below:
  • College Applications - Fee waivers
  • Update for Dual Enrollment Students
  • and more!

Counseling Updates

Seniors! College Application Procedures

Teachers and counselors require ten (10) school days to process transcript requests, school forms, and recommendation letters. Requesting documents the day of or less than ten school days ahead of when they are due will result in missed deadlines.

For college application deadlines of January 1, 2021, through January 8, 2021, the counseling department will need all requests submitted by December 1, 2020. Keep in mind that the counseling office is closed during the holiday break and weekends.

Please review these important procedures requesting documents from the Counseling Department and Teacher Recommendations at the link below.

College Application Procedures

Cambridge Bears Boys and Girls Track and Field Interest Meeting

If you are interested in being a part of the Cambridge T&F team, please plan to attend the Track and Field Interest Meeting on Wednesday, November 18, 2020, at 7:30 a.m. The meeting will be held via TEAMS - Join Code: x9nf3ph

Two steps need to be completed ASAP.

1. Complete the Interest Form at the link below:

2020 - 2021 Cambridge Track & Field Interest Form

This form must be completed for ALL interested players — new and returning — by Monday, November 30, 2020.

2. CHS Athletic Participation Forms (DragonFly) - All Cambridge High School sports will be utilizing the DragonFly health management system to manage our athletic participation forms process in 2020-2021.

Online Participation Forms - DragonFly

Please use the link above to find out how to register with the DragonFly system to complete all health and participation forms necessary for Cambridge sports. This forms packet must be completed, submitted, and approved by the CHS athletic trainers prior to athlete participation in any preseason and seasonal soccer workouts and training.

3. Join the T&F Remind to get all the latest updates about T&F. Please only join one. There is limited space in the Remind classrooms. Text# 81010 and enter a code.

Boys code: @bearstfb21

Girls code: @beasrtfg21

Parent code: @bearstfp21

We are looking forward to a great season this spring I hope to see you all at the meeting.

National Social Studies Honor Society

Do you enjoy your Social Studies courses and discussing current issues that affect the world, your country, and your community with other like-minded individuals? If so, please consider joining the National Social Studies Honor Society. This year the application is entirely online. Requirements are as follows:

1.Have completed four semesters of courses in the field of social studies and be prepared to complete at least six semesters.

2. The minimum grade point average for these courses is an unweighted 3.00 or the numerical equivalent.

3. Have an overall cumulative GPA of 3.00 or the numerical equivalent.

4. Provide evidence of community service and a letter of recommendation from a current teacher.

5. Be a current Junior or Senior

If interested, please fill out this form, and the club will be reaching out to you soon.

Bears Switch Gears and Give Back!

Cambridge Bears are serving their community. Students can drop off at the front office gift cards for groceries or toys to be donated to the NFCC (North Fulton Family Charities). Everyone who donates will be entered into a drawing for a bike donated by the Cambridge PTSA.

Drawing will take place Friday, December 11, and announced in the student Daily Announcements on Monday, December 14.


Want to grow your average, your SAT score, your vocabulary, your knowledge of the world? READ!

#CambridgeReads is open to all students, staff, teachers, and parents! The first book: The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom.

Join us on December 3 to discuss the books on Teams! Details to follow.


Students, do you know a Cambridge teacher or staff member who has made you feel valued, has provided excellent service, has ensured your success in class, has promoted your well-being, or just embodied the spirit of the statement, #BeThe Bridge?

Tell us about the teacher or staff member!

Register to Vote

Students who will be 18 on or before January 5, 2021, you will be eligible to vote in the upcoming runoff election on that day. You can register to vote now! The deadline to register to vote is December 7, 2020. For more information, you can visit and follow the links to register.

Virtual Financial Aid Night

Presented by Georgia Student Finance Commission

On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, at 5:30 pm, Georgia Student Finance Commission, in partnership with Cambridge High School Counseling Department, will present a virtual information session on FAFSA, HOPE, and other federal and state financial aid programs. There will be an opportunity to ask the Georgia Student Finance Commission’s representative questions during this session.

The link to join the meeting will be sent closer to the event date.

Upcoming Virtual College Visits

Students can join virtual college visits by signing up through Naviance. Students sign up the day before the visit and an email link to the virtual session will be sent to them. Below are the upcoming visits for the first semester.

For more information on Naviance.

University of West Georgia
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
7th period - 2:30 pm

Stay Safe! - Video Message from Ms. Agans

Year so far and needed safety reminder

Governor's Honors Program - Semi-Finalist

Please join us in congratulating the following students selected as Semi-Finalists and will represent Cambridge High School for the state-level interviews in the Governor's Honors Program.
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