We are so excited to get in the gym and get better with your athlete! A couple of things to note:
-the $25 registration fee MUST BE PAID the first day of camp or sent over ahead of time. Checks can be made out to Cassville Boys Basketball and sent to head coach Zack Kleine at the Middle School.
-PLEASE BE ON TIME TO PICK YOUR ATHLETE UP BY 5PM EVERY DAY. Pick up will be located at the MS gym doors by the FEMA and football field.
-Send appropriate attire/gear for your athlete each day including clothes/shoes that are comfortable to play in and a water bottle. Drinking fountains ARE NOT AVAILABLE, but water bottle filling stations are.
-If you have MORE THAN ONE ATHLETE to register, please submit a separate registration for each athlete.
-3rd/4th/5th graders will be escorted down to the MS gym by Coach Pearman each day of their camp. Classroom teachers should have them meet in the cafeteria to be escorted down.
3rd/4th grade camp: Monday, May 17th & Tuesday, May 18th
5th/6th grade camp: Wednesday, May 19th & Thursday, May 20th
Please direct any questions to head coach Zack Kleine
Richard Asbill, Superintendent of the Cassville School District, was among eight Missouri superintendents nominated this year for the prestigious Robert L. Pearce Award which is presented annually by the Missouri Association of School Administrators (MASA).
Asbill was nominated for the honor by his colleagues in the Southwest MASA District. He was honored as a nominee during the awards banquet at the MASA Spring Conference on March 24th at The Lodge of Four Seasons at Lake Ozark, Missouri. The Pearce award program is a long-standing tradition of the association honoring excellence in education and community leadership among Missouri superintendents.
The annual award was instituted in 1987 by Richard and David Pearce, then principals of the Pearce Corporation, a Missouri architectural firm specializing in educational facility planning. The awards purpose is to recognize the hard work and dedication of superintendents and their contributions to the children of Missouri.
Cassville High School Theatre Production is proud to present Cafe Murder by NATHAN HARTSWICK
Production date is April 10th in the Cassville High School Commons. Showings are at 6:00, 7:00 and 8:00.
The cost of tickets are $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for students. Limited seating is available. Multiple Casts will perform. This hilarious murder mystery comedy Cafe Murder is perfect for a socially distanced dessert theatre. Rosemary Saint-John is a loud, annoying hypochondriac convinced she is allergic to water. Celebrating her birthday at a restaurant with her four kooky sisters–a hippie, a valley girl, a trucker and a banker–Rosemary makes enemies with everyone around her. When she disappears and is presumed murdered, the only objective witnesses in the restaurant are the audience members, who must cast their vote. Was it one of Rosemary’s sisters? The self-taught detective? The passionate French chef? The polite and proper maître d’? The sarcastic waiter? No one is above suspicion in this delightful mystery! Whether for young or old, you’ll find lots of laughs at the café! Door prizes for the table that helps us solve the mystery. A tasty treat is provided.
Cassville Alumni Association invites all CHS Alumni to join your fellow wildcat alums for an in-person banquet on Saturday, May 29 at the Cassville High School Commons Area.
Doors will open at 5 p.m. and dinner will be served at 6 p.m. $15 per person and payment will be collected at the door.
Thank you for taking the time to RSVP to this event by responding "going." This will help us tremendously when planning for dinner.
We look forward to celebrating our wildcats alumni family soon!
Cassville R-IV is excited to announce plans for W.I.L.D. About Learning Summer School session.
Pre-kindergarten-eighth grade students will attend seated class June 1-June 30. These students will enjoy field trips, swim days at the Cassville Aquatic Center, a science fair and much more! Free breakfast and lunch will be provided. Transportation is also available.
For students that are currently in the eighth grade (incoming freshman), they may choose to enroll in on-campus MS Summer School for fun or remediation using the PreK-8th Grade Form OR can choose to begin earning high school credits and enroll in high school courses using the high school form.
Most of the CHS summer course offerings are ONLINE. However, if you choose to complete a seated class, those will be held on the elementary campus from June 1st-June 30th 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
We are excited for a fun summer of learning and exploring!
Here at Cassville we are excited to offer two types of kindergarten classes for our kindergarten age-eligible students. Kinder Academy as well as traditional kindergarten are available to students who will be 5-years-old by July 31st.
Kinder Academy is a two-year kindergarten program available for select students who may have not had exposure to school social skills (preschool experience, developmental readiness, motor skills, etc.), who would benefit from a smaller class size (no more than 15 students) or who have late birthdays (typically March-July). Screening results, parental recommendations, preschool teacher recommendations, and Parent As Teachers parent educator observations will be used to potentially fill student spots.
We will be screening all kindergarten age-eligible students, 5 years old by July 31st, on Monday, April 19th and Wednesday, April 21st from 8-2:30 at the First Baptist Church of Cassville. Enter through the South Entrance door across from Dr. Assing’s office.
Please call the Primary office at 847-2445 to schedule an appointment.
You will need to bring the following items with you on the day of screening:
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November 2019 Newsletter
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