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, . . .
On Thursday, January 26, kindergarten students at Eunice Thomas Elementary celebrated the 100th day of school! In early January, Mrs. Mandi Lyall’s class began collecting cans for the 100th day of school. They have been discussing how to help others in the community. Their goal was 100 cans for the 100th day of school. They over exceeded their goal and collected 232 cans! The . . .
During a special school board meeting on February 7, The Cassville R-IV School Board of Education voted unanimously to award a contract for the Cassville Intermediate School Repair and Mitigation Project. The Notice of Award was issued to the Construction Services Group from Neosho, Missouri. The accepted bid was in the amount of $1,564,168.50. Anderson Engineering will serve as the project engineer and Paragon . . .
Cassville FCCLA members, Kaylyn Bryant, Coleman Hoppes and Laura Stringer participated in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Legislative Shadowing Project on Wednesday, February 1, 2017. Samantha Cosper is the local high school chapter advisor accompanied the students to the Capital City. Sponsored by the Missouri Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), the program provides an opportunity for . . .
Last weekend, the National Cheerleading Association (NCA) hosted hundreds of cheerleading squads from across the country and thousands of spectators in Dallas, Texas at the NCA National Cheerleading Competition. After earning a bid to Nationals during a NCA camp this summer, the Cassville High School Cheerleaders decided they were up to the challenge to compete at such an elite level. During the two day competition, they . . .
The Knights of Columbus , Council 8865 with the St. Edwards Catholic Church located in Cassville, have donated over $600 to the Cassville R-IV Special Education Department. The Knights raised the donations through their annual Tootsie Roll drive at Walmart and Price Cutter. The Special Education department plans to use the funds for language development and community skills.
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