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SUBJECT: Parent Coffee Today at 10 am!

March 17, 2021
Parent Coffee

Today, at 10 am

Entrepreneurial Teens - What's so GREAT about them?

Join us as Kellie Taylor from Taylor Street Designs talks about creating opportunities "endeavors" for our teens.

"Is your teenager passionate about something? Are they "obsessed" with something? Are they motivated and tenacious? They might have an entrepreneurial spirit. Does this intrigue you and scare you all at the same time? As an entrepreneur myself and the mom of 2 entrepreneurial teenagers, I am here to help you navigate through this amazing time in your teen's life. And help answer your questions about how you can support them even when you have no idea what the heck they are talking about."

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Meeting ID: 549 057 8208

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Please support our business partners.

Julie Martin exemplifies and puts into practice the Sotheby’s brand.
“Luxury isn’t a price point. It’s a level of service.” 

She goes above and beyond for the clients she helps. It’s easy for the line to be blurred between clients and friends with Julie! Since most of her clientele are relocation clients, she sympathizes with having to move far away often. Julie stays in touch with her past clients long after the ink has dried on the home closing. She understands the necessity of professionalism and the importance of embodying a strong ethical code of respect, honesty and integrity in every aspect of her business.

Exceptional Children's Week

Exceptional Children’s Week was celebrated across Georgia during the first week of March. Fulton County Schools joined in to acknowledge and support our Special Education students. Our Cambridge CBI faculty (Community Based Instruction) planned a week of fun daily dress-up activities.

The Cambridge PTSA honored the CBI faculty by sponsoring coffee, tea, and blueberry crumble from BrewAble. Each CBI staff member also received a BrewAble coffee mug filled with Hershey kisses. In addition, the PTSA funded bead necklaces, glow sticks, beach balls, and other fun party prizes for the "Yes I Can" award ceremony & dance on Friday.  

CBI stands for community-based instruction and is intended for students with special needs that would struggle to access a general education program/diploma. For more information, please view the following pdf document:

Many thanks to Kari Minnich and Rebecca Meeker for organizing the treats from BrewAble, and to CHS teacher Wendy Bendit for all the wonderful pictures!

Grab your next coffee at BrewAble!

BrewAble is a nonprofit café located in the Alpharetta Community Center at Will’s Park. It’s a great Alpharetta organization that helps those with special needs have an opportunity to train and have employment. For more information, please visit www.brewablecafe.com.

Senior Slideshow

The PTSA is creating a Senior slideshow and needs your photos!

Please follow the guidelines below:

  • Each senior may submit 2-3 recent appropriate photos. No drugs/alcohol depicted. Appropriate clothing only. No baby photos, please.
  • Individual and group photos are allowed, welcomed, and encouraged. But, please remember that everyone in the photo must be a Senior. No family or students that are not part of the Senior Class of 2021 are allowed.
  • Email the photos to cambridgehs2021@gmail.com. Please put the student’s first and last name in the subject line.
  • In order to ensure your photos are included in the slideshow, photos must be received by Friday, April 23, 2021. Late submissions cannot be accepted due to the large nature of the project.

We reserve the right to exclude inappropriate photos, photos that include family/students that are not part of the 2021 Senior Class or for any reason the PTSA or CHS deems necessary for the enjoyment of the slide show.

Please send questions to Angie Buchanan at cambridgehs2021@gmail.com

DEADLINE: Friday, April 23, 2021

The CHS PTSA Board Needs You!

Our PTSA has the following open board positions for the 2021-2022 school year:

  • 2 Co-Presidents
  • VP Academic Affairs
  • Secretary
  • VP Senior Events

We would love to have your participation next year and we always have space for more volunteers. If you’re interested in any of these board positions, or even helping outside of those particular jobs, please contact our nominating committee at cambridgeptsavpfinance@gmail.com.  

We look forward to chatting with you!

Virtual College Visits

Students can sign up for these college visits under their Naviance account.

University of Alabama Birmingham
Thursday, March 18, 2021, 12:40 pm

The University of Alabama
Friday, March 19, 2021, 10:50 am

The University of Mississippi
Monday, March 22, 2021, 1:35 pm

Illinois Institute of Technology 
Wednesday, March 24, 2021, 1:35 pm

Georgia Military College
Monday, March 29, 2021, 10:50 am 

George College  
Tuesday, March 30, 2021, 10:50 am

Jacksonville State University
Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 12:40 pm

Gardner-Webb University
Thursday, April 1, 2021, 2:30 pm

Parent Connectors

Parent Connectors is a group of existing Cambridge parents, in cooperation with school administrators and guidance counselors, who volunteer their time, talents, and knowledge to help make the transition to Cambridge as easy as possible. 

Visit the Parent Connectors on the PTSA website:


To purchase Senior Celebrations Dues, please register on the PTSA website.

Buy your Cap and Gown package at GA Balfour

Questions? Email Natalie Spradling, VP Senior Events

Graduation Signs

Order online at VIPdecals.com.

$25 single sided / $35 double sided

A portion of each purchase goes back to Cambridge High School!

Our Sponsors

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