Cambridge Elementary School

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  • 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!

     Weekly Schedule 

    Mon.  5/16        School Spirit Wear

    Tues. 5/17       Pizza w/Principal Citizenship- 10:45 a.m. -1:00 p.m.

                             Ms. Hill’s Science Museum 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. - MPR

                             Dine & Donate @ Chipotle 4-8 p.m. (PTA fund raiser)

    Wed. 5/18        Early Release Day – 1:00 p.m.

    Thurs.  5/19     First grade to Western Railway Museum (9-1:30)

    Fri.   5/20         Regular Schedule

    6th Grade Promotion - June 2nd  ( MPR)

    8:30 a.m.- Mrs. Geist

    9:30 a.m. - Ms. Hill

    1:00 p.m. - Ms. Rafferty


    The Solano County Office of Education (SCOE) in partnership with UC Davis Computing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (C-STEM) will offer its annual free 5-day in-person camps to middle and high school girls all around Solano County. During the 5-day camps, the girls will be introduced to robotics, principles in engineering, Ch/C/C++ programming through a fun and hands-on curriculum.

    The following are the dates and schedule:

    GIRL Camps (for Middle School)

                    June 6-10             9:00 am – 3:00 pm           Solano Community College Vacaville

                    June 13-17           9:00 am – 3:00 pm           Solano Community College Fairfield

                    June 20-24           9:00 am – 3:00 pm           Solano Community College Vallejo

    GIRL+ Camp (for High School)

                    June 20-24           9:00 am – 3:00 pm           Benicia Makerspace

    Below are the links to the Interest Form:

                    GIRL Camp:

                    GIRL+ Camp:

    We will email the registration link to the students who filled out the Interest Form as soon as the registration link is available. The application deadline is May 16th.



    Update on COVID-19
    With the recent surge in COVID cases in Solano County, we want to remind everyone of our health protocols. Our district is also updating our guidance to align with current recommendations from Public Health. Please see our Travis USD website for more COVID-19 information. 
    Health and Safety
    We are depending on you 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  
    Parents: When coming on campus, even during parent pick up outside, you must be wearing a 
    face mask. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation with this! 
    All students are required to wear a mask over their mouth and nose while at school (unless eating lunch or snack outside, or running around playing). Students will wear masks when they line up to go into class. Staff are required to wear masks at all times. Gators, bandanas, or other kinds of face coverings are not acceptable. It is our commitment to keep everyone safe while also keeping our school open. When coming to the Cambridge Elementary campus, everyone is required to wear a mask. 

    Student Leadership Awards

    Principals’ Leadership Award Winners (5/6/22)

    Ms. Nader’s Leadership Award Winners:

    Delina Tewelde (Mrs. Smith)

    Samantha Mercado (Mrs. Lovelady)

    Naimah Island (Mrs. Geist)

    Joseph Alfaro (Mrs. Geist)


    Dr. Walker’s Leadership Award Winners:

    Lea Bourema (Mrs. Womack)

    Kayden Nunn (Ms. Baker)

    Madison Franks (Mrs. Bowen) 

    Karson Jenkins (Mrs. McEvoy)

    Jayla Sullera (Ms. Yaws) 

    No Left Turn
    There is a new No Left Turn sign at the end of the parking lot driveway near the exit. In consideration of student and parent safety, it is important that each vehicle exits the parking lot by turning right during drop off and pick up times each day. This helps us in keeping the flow of traffic safe and moving in a smoother way. It will also support students with arriving to school on time so they will have optimal time to learn and with being able to leave campus safely. Thank you for helping us to ensure the safety of our Cambridge family. 
    Kids Heart Challenge Has Kicked Off at Cambridge!
    Dear Families –
    Our Kids Heart Challenge Road Trip has officially kicked off! Don’t wait to get started! Click Here for your Virtual Envelope to meet the KHC Explorers, meet heart survivor Finn and to see what cool thank you gifts you can earn! Our goal is to have 100% of our students register online and take the FREE Challenge to Be Active or Be Kind. Thank you for supporting our school and the American Heart Association!
    Join Our Team at or download the FREE Kids Heart Challenge App for Apple or Android
    1.    Take the Challenge to Be Active or Be Kind and you’ll earn a FREE Road Warrior Wristband
    2.    Follow FINN’S MISSION in your HQ to learn Hands Only CPR, how to spot a stroke F.A.S.T., and how to help spread awareness by connecting to social media. Complete Finn’s Mission and you’ll earn Finn’s Lifesaver Award!
    Special School Incentives: If we hit our goal and raise $2500, then the WHOLE SCHOOL will get a Dress Up Day! 

    Online Enrollment
    Online enrollment is now available for new students the 2022-2023 school year.   
    •    If you have a new student who will be joining Travis Unified in 2022-2023, please complete the on-line enrollment process by visiting 
    •    More information about the Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten (K) programs can be found by visiting: 
    •    TK is now expanded to include more students. To see if your child is eligible to attend TK, please visit: 
    Parents are encouraged to enroll as soon as possible to better ensure placement for your child 
    at your neighborhood school. 
    African American History Spotlight
    This was our fourth week recognizing African Americans and spotlighting their accomplishments. This happens each morning during the morning announcements at 8:20 a.m. This week, we have put the spotlight on the following individuals:
    Tuesday 2-22: Mae Jemison - She is an American engineer, physician, and former NASA astronaut. She became the first African American woman to travel into space when she served as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
    Wednesday 2-23: Langston Hughes: He was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist. 
    Thursday 2-24: Lebron James – He is a current NBA player that has four championship rings. He has multiple foundations and charities that he supports, including the I Promise School in Akron, Ohio.  
    Friday 2-25: Marie Maynard Daly – She was an American biochemist and the first African-American woman in the United States to earn a Ph.D. in chemistry (awarded by Columbia University in 1947). Dr. Daly made important contributions in four areas of research: the chemistry of histones, protein synthesis, the relationships between cholesterol and hypertension, and creatine's uptake by muscle cells.
    These classes will have PE on Monday, 2/28/22:
    Bowen, Smith, Lopez, Hill, Dysert, Rodriguez, Ellinger, Rafferty, Fredericks, Carter-Stewart, Riley, Garlow and Mc Evoy.
    Please be sure to remind your students to wear tennis shoes for PE class.  
    TK Expansion
    TK eligibility is being expanded each year. 
    Here is the schedule:
    2022-2023:  Students who turn 5 on 9/2/22-2/2/23
    2023-2024: Students who turn 5 on 9/2/23-4/2/2024
    2024-2025: Students who turn 5 on 9/2/24-6/2/2025
    2025-2026: All students with 4th year birthdays by 9/1 of the upcoming year. 
    Parking Lot Safety
    The safety of our scholars is our first priority! In consideration of the safety of our scholars, please be mindful when dropping off and picking up your children. Once our scholars are safely out of their vehicles, please be mindful of other families and don’t sit in your vehicles or leave your vehicles unattended. In addition, please, do not park in the red zones or block other vehicles from exiting or entering the parking lot. We also want to make sure our school buses have their spaces available to them once they arrive. They work diligently to make sure that our scholars arrive to school safely and on time. The goal is to have the traffic move smoothly and to ensure student safety. Thank you for your partnership and consideration of all stakeholders.
    Upcoming Dates   


    • May 17    Pizza w/Principal Citizenship (note change of date)
    • May 19    First grade to Western Railway Museum (9-1:30)
    • May 25    Volunteer Tea 2 pm (MPR)
    • June 2     6th grade graduation- 8:30, 9:30 & 1:00 pm (MPR)
    • June 3     Field Day/Minimum Day - 12 p.m. dismissal


    Have an amazing 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, 2022 for the 22-23 school year.  Children who turn 5 on or before Sept. 1, 2017, will register for kindergarten.  Children who turn 5 between Sept. 2, 2017, and Feb. 2, 2018, 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 Kim Larsen, at  or call our front office at 707-446-9494 if you have any questions.

     TK/K Information video

    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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Upcoming Events

  • Congratulations to Nurse Kimberly, 2022-23 Travis Unified Employee of the Year!

    Nurse Kimberly, Classified Employee of the Year!

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  • Congratulations to Mr. Kruckewitt, Cambridge Elementary School's Teacher of the Year!

    Picture of Mr. Kruckewitt, Cambridge Elementary Teacher of the Year


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  • Safety Measures letter from our Superintendent and Principal

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  • Cambridge School Accountability Report Card

    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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