Chapter 37 - "The Beginning" - In which the school returns to normal, HRH visit Hagrid, and the Leaving Feast takes place, at which Dumbledore tells the students of Cedric's death and warns them about Voldemort's return. Goodbyes are said, and on the train home, Hermione reveals the captured Skeeter (a beetle) in a jar. Malfoy and his cronies arrive to taunt HRH but are blasted by hexes. Harry gives his winnings to Fred and George to start a joke shop.
Much Ado in the Hospital Wing
[Dumbledore] brings Harry back to the [hospital wing], asks the others not to question him, and departs as Harry takes a [sleeping potion] to get some rest.
Harry awakens to the sound of screaming, and soon discovers that Fudge has allowed a [dementor] to kill [Barty Crouch, Jr.] [Dumbledore] soon arrives and tells Fudge that Voldemort has returned to power, but Fudge vehemently denies that it is a possibility. Dumbledore then calmly states that he will be working "as I see fit," against Voldemort, with or without the support of the [Ministry of Magic], and Fudge hands Harry his [Triwizard] winnings and storms out.
With Fudge gone, [Dumbledore] sweeps into action. He sends Bill to get the support of wizards in the [Ministry of Magic], McGonagall to fetch Hagrid and [Madame Maxime], and [Madame Pomfrey] to fetch Winky. He then asks Sirius to reveal his identity and run off to bring together "the old crowd," and asks Snape to go and do what he "must ask him to do," before departing himself.
With [Dumbledore] gone, Harry sits with the Weasleys, thinking about Cedric's death and wanting to give away his [Triwizard] winnings. He also hears Hermione mysteriously slam something, before taking the rest of his [sleeping potion] and falling back asleep.
Harry, Ron, and Hermione walk down to visit Hagrid, where they talk briefly about Voldemort's return and Hagrid's pride over all that Harry has done. Hagrid also lets them know that he has an assignment over the summer, though he doesn't tell them what it is.
As the year closes, Harry heads down to the final feast in the [Great Hall]. There, [Dumbledore] toasts Cedric's memory, and Harry's bravery as well, and implores everyone in the room to choose to do what is right, and stay united, with dark times ahead.