To our Students, Parents, Alumni, and Community; Welcome to Cassville R-IV School District, Home of the Wildcats! Our website is just one of many ways we provide information and content about the school, our students, and the various activities that occur each week. We hope you find the information about Cassville R-IV valuable and useful in getting to know us and the efforts we take in making our school safe, . . .
During the week of January 22-28, communities across the state of Missouri will honor the dedicated service of local boards of education during School Board Recognition Week, as proclaimed by Governor Jay Nixon. The goal is to build awareness and understanding of the important function an elected board of education plays in communities and schools. “Our community and our students benefit every day from the countless . . .
Cassville Intermediate students that have mastered their math facts were honored last week during a math assembly and enjoyed a game of dodgeball to celebrate their accomplishments. After completing mid-year math exams in December, intermediate staff evaluated the test results and celebrated third grade students that were able to correctly complete 20 math facts in one minute, fourth graders had to complete 23 facts in one minute . . .
Students at Cassville Middle School (CMS) spent the last school day of 2016 raising funds that were donated to students in Chattanooga, Tennessee at Woodmore Elementary School. Chattanooga suffered a tremendous loss when a school bus traveling from Woodmore Elementary school flipped and collided into a tree. The accident resulted in five fatalities, dozens of injuries and many devastated families. CMS math students . . .
After a unanimous vote of support by the Cassville R-IV Board of Education, the Cassville School District approved providing up to $1,500 to the Golden Community Center to be used to replace windows on the east side of the building. The community center, owned by Cassville School District, was previously the Golden School House. The building was built in 1939 and the exterior is covered in native stone. The . . .
In an effort to increase the number of prekindergarten children served in the Cassville area, the Cassville R-IV School District has increased staff support for the program by providing two stipends for parent educators of the Parents as Teachers (PAT) program. PAT includes Challie Allison, Special Services secretary, Nola Nickols , third grade teacher at Cassville Intermediate and Pam Ralls, preschool teacher at Cassville Primary. . . .
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