September

Principal Notes for 9/1/14

 

Our school will be going through an external review this fall as is required by the state for accreditation. The external review occurs approximately every six years. At the back to school barbecue on Thursday, we will be conducting parent surveys to help us prepare for the review. If you were unable to attend the barbecue and are interested in completing a survey regarding our school, please contact the high school office for more information.

 

As mentioned last week, our first football game is this Friday when we will host Greenleaf Friends Academy. The game is scheduled to begin at 7:00. Other activities for the week include the varsity volleyball team traveling to McCall on Saturday for the Mile High Invitational tournament.

 

Principal Notes for 9/8/14

 

Congratulations to our football team for an impressive win over Greenleaf on Friday of last week. The Titans will see action on Friday of this week when they travel to Notus. The game is slated to begin at 7:00. Congratulations also go out to the varsity volleyball team for placing second at the Mile High Invitational at McCall-Donnelly High School last weekend. The Titans played Orofino in the championship game but were unable to get past them. 

 

The PTSA will be sponsoring a bike-a-thon on Saturday, September 20. If you have students approaching you about sponsorship, please help support a great cause. The funds raised from the event are used to help fund the cost of transportation on field trips.

 

In looking ahead, homecoming is scheduled for the week of September 23. The volleyball team will travel to Meadows Valley on Tuesday of that week and host the North-South Challenge on Saturday. The football team will host Idaho City. The week will culminate with the homecoming dance in the Cambridge High School Commons on Saturday evening.

 

Next week’s activities include an FFA pool party on Monday beginning at 6:30. The volleyball team will travel to Council on Tuesday, host Cascade on Thursday, and travel to Garden Valley on Friday. The Garden Valley games will begin at 4:00. The football team will travel to Cascade on Friday for a game beginning at 4:00.

Principal Notes for 9/15/14

As a reminder, the PTSA will be sponsoring a bike-a-thon on Saturday, September 20. If you have students approaching you about sponsorship, please help support a great cause. The funds raised from the event are used to help fund the cost of transportation on field trips.

 

This week’s activities include the volleyball teams hosting Cascade on Thursday and traveling to Garden Valley on Friday. Friday’s games at Garden Valley will begin at 4:00. The football team will travel to Cascade on Friday. The school website shows that the game begins at 4:00. However the start time is actually 3:30.

 

As mentioned earlier, next week will be homecoming. The volleyball team will travel to Meadows on Thursday and host the North-South Challenge on Saturday beginning at 10:00. The football team will host Idaho City with the game beginning at 7:00. The week will culminate Saturday evening with the dance to be held in the CHS commons area.

Principal Notes for 9/22/14

No matter what the age of your children, you may want to consider beginning to save for their college education. In doing so, you may also be interested in opening an Idaho 529 account. From the Idaho 529 website, “Idaho taxpayers qualify for a state tax deduction of up to $4,000 ($8,000 if married, filing jointly) for contributions to an Ideal account.” If you’re interested in obtaining more information about an IDeal account, you can check out their website at https://www.idsaves.org/content/home.html

 

As mentioned over the past two weeks, this is homecoming week. The football team will host Idaho City on Friday evening at 7:00. The varsity volleyball team will be hosting the North-South Challenge volleyball tournament on Saturday. There will be volleyball action in both Cambridge and Midvale High School gyms. Tri-Valley will be playing in Midvale’s gym. Teams competing in the tournament include Rimrock, Garden Valley, Horseshoe Bend, Adrian, Notus, Cascade, and Greenleaf. We are looking forward to some great volleyball action. 

 

 

Thursday of this week, we will have ten FFA students competing in the district soils and range competition in Caldwell. We wish these students the best of luck. Next week’s activities include the volleyball team hosting Garden Valley on Thursday and traveling to Genesee for the Pea and Lentil Invitational on Saturday. The football team will be hosting Wilder at 7:00 on Friday.

Principal Notes for 9/22/14

Homecoming week was a success. Congratulations to our homecoming court. Students selected to represent Cambridge High School were Ryan Kindall and Kristin Volle from the senior class, and Brenna Kindall and Wyatt Thulander represented the senior class. Ryan and Kristin were selected as king and queen.

 

The FFA Soils team placed third in the district competition last week. The third place finish qualifies the team to compete at the state level October 13 & 14 in Burley. Students participating on the soils team were Ryan Kindall, Nick Petitmermet, Dystinee Miller, Bret Kindall and Valery Kindall. The range team also attended the district competition to practice for the national competition.

 

Activities this week include volleyball with Garden Valley in Midvale on Thursday. The JV game is scheduled to begin at 6:00. The football team will travel to Wilder on Friday for a game beginning at 4:00. The volleyball team will travel to Genessee for the Pea and Lentil Invitational on Saturday.

 

The first nine weeks ends Thursday, October 16. Teachers will be available to assist students on Friday, October 10 from 8:00 until noon and also before and after school by appointment.

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