• Bridge Board Spirit Contest

November Gratitude Challenge

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BRIDGE Board Points

  • How to Get Points on the Bridge Board

Be the Bridge

  • On and off-campus, students are expected to represent Cambridge well.  This means in a classroom, on a playing field, in a club meeting, in the audience or in the stands, or at a volunteer opportunity in the community, students are expected to model the code of B² (Be the Bridge).  Students are expected to be Brave with sharing their perspectives during class.  Students are expected to be Respectful when others share their backgrounds and experiences.  All Cambridge students should be doing the difficult work of being Involved in finding solutions, rather than just problems, on our campus, in our community, and in our world.  CHS students are Determined to do their best and be their best selves, whether in person, via text, or on social media.  B² means Cambridge students are Generous to commit their time and energy to help those in need.  B² also means that students, parents, teachers, staff, and admin are ALL Engaged with our campus and community by being present to cheer on the Bears at all events.  B² is a commitment to learning about where we are, who we are, and how we got here so that we can get to where we want to go in the future.  B² is not just a set of behavior expectations, it is a mindset.   

    For more information on our Positive behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) model, see B2 models for students, parents and guardians, teachers and staff, and administration.