Graduation Cambridge Post
One of the traditions for our Seniors every year is the Cambridge Post: an opportunity for you to ask family members and close friends to send congratulatory written messages to your senior. This year it will be a little different since we can not drop things off at the school nor hand each senior a stuffed envelope at the senior dinner. The PTSA will order the Cambridge Post Keepsake envelopes for your senior to store all of the letters in. Note: We do not know when we will be able to provide these to you, so please be patient and watch for details to come as circumstances change.
Here's what you need to do:
- Ask grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, teachers, neighbors, clergy and friends to write your senior student a special note of congratulations.
- They should send only cards or letters 8 1/2" x 11" or smaller. Anything larger will not fit in the CHS Post envelope that we will provide.
- Sentiments can be emailed and printed out.
- ALL cards and letters should be mailed DIRECTLY TO YOUR HOME ADDRESS. You will gather them together, keep them at your home, and we will provide the CHS Post Keepsake Envelope at some point.
- Do not send anything of value (i.e. gift cards, checks, cash)
If you have any questions contact: Cheryl Mitchell at email@example.com.
Bridging to Our Future
The PTSA sponsors the "Bridging To Our Future" boards found on Main Street at Cambridge. Each year they update the boards with our graduating seniors' plans for post-graduation, be it college, a gap year, work, a branch of the Military, or whatever exciting plans they have.
Please let us know about your plans for after graduation. Submit your plans on the Google form below.