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  • No School December 20-31st

    2021-2022 Bell Schedule, Revised, includes Holidays and Minimum Days

    School Hours: Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri 8:15 -2:40  Wednesday 8:15-1pm

    **When coming on the Cambridge campus, everyone is required to wear a mask.  Visitors must always check in at the office, Thank you!

    Cambridge Parent Communication
    December 3, 2021
    Weekly Schedule
    Mon., 12/6 College T-Shirt Day
    Tue., 12/7 Dine & Donate- Mary’s Pizza Shack- (Proceeds will go to the Robotics Program)
    (all day, 20% for food, 10% for gift cards)
    Wed., 12/8 Early Dismissal Day - 1:00 p.m. grades K-6
    Thur., 12/9 Popsicles with the Principals (2 p.m.)
    Fri., 12/10 School Spirit Day- Wear Cougar shirts
    Watch D.O.G.S. – We are excited to announce that our Cambridge Watch D.O.G.S. are returning to our campus very soon! They do an excellent job supporting our Cambridge community with recess supervision, tutoring, mentoring, classroom support, school projects, fundraisers, along with other resources that strengthen our scholars, their families, and our staff! If you would like to join our wonderful Watch D.O.G.S., please contact our AMAZING leader, Mr. Jason Augustson at You can also sign up by joining the Watch D.O.G.S. page on Facebook by searching Watch D.O.G.S. at Cambridge Elementary. Who has a better Watch D.O.G.S. program than Cambridge? NOBODY!
    Lost and Found Items – Please collect your child’s lost and found items by Wednesday, December 8th. This is the last day to collect all items before they will be donated. The lost and found area is located near the main office and the front of the school near the flag pole.
    Building the Habit of Good Attendance – School starts each day at 8:15 a.m. Cambridge Cougar Scholars believe in arriving on time for school each day, which prepares them for a successful day of academic instruction. Students will be marked tardy each day at 8:20 a.m. Research provides detailed evidence about the importance of building good attendance habits and the effects that poor attendance habits have on future learning. There is an attached PDF article called, “Build the Habit of Good Attendance” for your consideration. Please read it at your earliest convenience.
    New Student Support Specialist – Please welcome our new Student Support Specialist, Mr. Jonathon Tapia! We are excited to have him join our Cambridge family! He will help support with supervising students during recess, along with providing support to students and staff in the classroom as needed. Welcome Mr. Jonathon!
    December Lunch Menu – The December lunch menu is updated on the Cambridge website and Cambridge Facebook page. Lunch menu copies are also available in the office.
    Cross Walk Safety/Parking Lot Safety
    Please be mindful when our Cambridge scholars are in the crosswalk crossing the street. We want to make sure everyone is arriving and leaving campus safely, so this means following all of the rules of the road and being courteous of everyone that is crossing the street. This includes not jaywalking with students. Student safety is our top priority.
    In addition, please make sure students are safe while entering/exiting cars in the Cambridge parking lot. They must be with an adult at all times while walking in the parking lot. Parents, please be mindful and pull up to the curb when picking up your students. Thank you for your partnership!
    Bike/Scooter Helmet Safety – The expectation for all students riding their bikes or scooters to school is that they will wear a helmet. This is the law for anyone under 18 years of age and it is a matter of student safety. Students that continue to not wear their helmet will have their bike/scooter held in the office until a parent/guardian can pick it up. Thank you in advance for considering student safety!
    Health and Safety
    Please continue to screen your children for symptoms of COVID-19 every day before sending them to school. No matter how minor the symptom(s), if your child has ANY, do not send them to school.
    Our staff will also do wellness self-checks before coming in each day.
    People with these symptoms may possibly have COVID-19, and must stay home. If symptoms start while your child is at school, we will call you to pick your child up right away.
    • Headache
    • Fever or chills
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    • Fatigue
    • Muscle or body aches
    • New loss of taste or smell
    • Sore throat
    • Congestion or runny nose
    • Nausea or vomiting
    • Diarrhea
    We Are Hiring!
    Travis USD is hiring! Are you or anyone you know interested in a full-time or part-time job working for a school district? This may be the place for you!
    Travis USD has several positions including permanent, temporary and substitute positions such as: Teachers, Paraeducators, Instructional Assistants, Custodians, Food Service Workers, Bus Drivers, elementary Noon Duty Supervisors, Campus Supervisors and more.
    To apply, go to or for more information see our website or contact Human Resources at
    Upcoming Dates
    Dec. 13 – 17 Holiday Shop (days/hours TBD)
    Dec. 15 Cougar Cave at lunch
    Dec. 17 Coat and Toy Drive ends
    Dec. 20 – Dec. 31 No School – Winter Break
    We hope you have a wonderful and restful weekend!
    Ms. Nader and Dr. Walker

    On June 30, the waiver that allows distance learning will expire. We are excited for all students to attend classes on a full-time, in-person, five-days-a-week schedule beginning August 11! We look forward to refocusing our efforts to provide an excellent in-person educational experience for students supporting their social, emotional, and academic needs. Please keep watch on our website for updates.
    For parents who choose an alternative to the traditional setting, Travis Unified offers a rigorous, flexible, and no-cost avenue for academic success in its Travis Independent Study program. For more information, please visit our website.
    The District is fully prepared to offer transportation at the beginning of the school year should school guidance from the California Department of Public Health allow us to do so. Please continue to check our website for updates.

    TK/Kindergarten Registration
    Registration for transitional kindergarten and kindergarten students began Feb. 1, 2021 for the 21-22 school year.  Children who turn 5 on or before Sept. 1, 2016, will register for kindergarten.  Children who turn 5 between Sept. 2, 2016, and Dec. 2, 2016, will register for transitional kindergarten and be enrolled in kindergarten the following school year.  Please consult the Cambridge school website “Enrollment” tab for our TK/Kindergarten Registration step by step instructional videos, Power Points and all the links to access your Registration and Enrollment process.  Contact Shelly Young, at  or call our front office at 707-446-9494 if you have any questions.

    ***Open Enrollment for the 22-23 school year Coming Soon!  

    Travis Unified School District - Now Hiring, apply at or call 437-4604 for more information

     Click Here for Family Information: Reopening Elementary Schools

      This link provides access to the Titan School Solutions Free and Reduced Meal Application.

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    By February 1 of each year, every school in California is required by state law to publish a School Accountability Report Card (SARC).The SARC contains information about the condition and performance of each California public school. Under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) all local educational agencies (LEAs) are required to prepare a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), which describes how they intend to meet annual school-specific goals for all pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities. Additionally, data reported in an LCAP is to be consistent with data reported in the SARC.


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