- March 30: PAT Parent/Child Activity Night, 4:30-6:30 p.m., primary/ms cafeteria
- April 1: CHS Prom at FEMA 2
- April 5: National Honor Society Induct ions, 1 p.m., CHS gymnasium
- April 6: Family Fun Night for primary and intermediate students in the primary building, 4-6 p.m.
- April 11: Spring photos for primary and intermediate students
- April 12: Spring photos at CMS, including 8th grade promotion photos
- April 13: FFA Fish Fry and Labor Auction, 5 p.m., CHS Commons
- April 13: Kindergarten program
- April 14 & 17: Easter Break, no school
- April 18: CMS Enrollment Fair and Scheduling, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Event Center
- April 18 & 20: Kindergarten screening, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
- April 19: ACT Testing for all juniors
- April 20: First grade field trip, bowling in Springfield
- April 27: CCTA Banquet
- April 27: Second grade field trip to Fantastic Caverns
In an effort to increase student safety, Eunice Thomas Elementary will institute a new pick-up procedure beginning on Wednesday, March 29 for those students that are picked-up at the end of the school day. Parents will no longer enter the . . .
Cassville FCCLA members Coleman Hoppes, Kaylyn Bryant, and Robert Elliott attended the Missouri Career and Technical Education Legislative Day in Jefferson City on Wednesday, February 8th, 2017. This day is designed for . . .
The Cassville Middle School Technology Student Association (TSA) attended the regional competition at Missouri Southern State University. TSA was established this year at CMS and is led by co-sponsors Mr. Jake Forste and Mr. Robbie Artherton. . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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, . . .
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. . . .
Mrs. Patty Ewing's third grade class spread a little extra holiday cheer this Christmas! Mrs. Ewing's students created Christmas cards that were mailed to soldiers stationed in Hawaii. The cards were given to 2010 Cassville High . . .
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 . . .
The Cassville Middle School (CMS) Industrial Arts and Technology department has received a $2,000 grant from the Walmart Community Foundation and Facility #914. Funds received from the grant will be used to purchase a 3-D printer and a . . .
With the recent renovations of the sidewalks along Main Street this fall, Dustin Atnip, Cassville High School graduate, class of 1998, has been hard at work! Two years ago, Atnip ventured into the hobby of relic recovery. During the past . . .
With so much negativity in the world, Cassville R-IV students take time to say ‘thanks’
Many of our teachers at Cassville R-IV have had enough. Had enough of constantly being bogged down with the negativity that surrounds us in our day-to-day life. Had enough of our students growing up in a world that often focuses on the . . .
CASSVILLE R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT APPROVES GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND REFUNDING WITH A NET SAVINGS OF ABOUT $1,000,892
At the October meeting of the Cassville R-IV School District Board of Education on October 13, 2016, a Refunding Bond Resolution was approved that established a final terms committee consisting of John Sullivan, Board President, Jon Horner, . . .
Dusty Reid, Cassville R-IV Director of Facilities and Operations, has earned his Facilities Manager Certification through the Missouri School Plant Managers Association (MSPMA). The Facilities Manager Certification Program is offered by . . .
Cassville High School (CHS) Industrial Arts Woodworking II students recently recycled the old bleachers from the middle school gym to new table-tops that will be used by the CHS wood-working students. In the past, the wood-shop tables . . .
The Cassville High School FFA had five students compete in the American Royal Livestock Show and Rodeo Calf Scramble Program. After completing an application, the students were selected to compete in the calf scramble at the rodeo. Through . . .
The Cassville High School (CHS) business and agriculture departments were awarded the Career Technical Education Enhancement Grant through the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. The Career Tech Enhancement Grant . . .
The Cassville High School Industrial Technology department, led by Mr. Marcus Reynolds, was recently awarded funds through the Ted Gap grant. The department will receive $5,191. The Ted Gap grant is a 50/50 matching grant available . . .
Richard Asbill, Superintendent of the Cassville R-IV School District, is the Missouri Association of School Administrator’s (MASA) Southwest Region President for 2016-2017. As a regional president, Asbill will organize monthly . . .
Cassville FCCLA joined more than 8,500 FCCLA student leaders, members, and advisers at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, CA July 3rd-7th to participate in the annual FCCLA National Leadership Conference (NLC). The conference . . .