Arvest Bank is pleased to announce Ms. Victoria Robertson, Cassville High School Communication Arts Teacher, is one of the winners of the annual "We Love Teachers" campaign.
The campaign is designed to recognize and provide support to teachers throughout the Arvest footprint. Arvest has awarded prize money to individual teachers throughout Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
When asked how she plans to spend the donation, Robertson said, "I plan to purchase grade-level books, however, I am also going to get feedback from my students and see what books they are most interested in reading. I am also considering purchasing a new piece of furniture for my classroom to give me a little more space."
"I think it's incredible that Arvest Bank has started this initiative to recognize teachers," said Mr. Tyler Willis, Cassville High School Principal. "It's a great opportunity for the community to share their appreciation for the hard work our teachers do every day. I know the nominations mean so much to them, and the fact that Ms. Robertson won the $500 gift for her classroom is even more exciting. She's very deserving, and I know it meant the world to her!"
The Arvest initiative to honor educators was launched on September 13 Nominations were accepted via the Arvest Bank Facebook page and a random selection took place on September 19.
Freedom Bank of Southern Missouri has donated 500 water bottles to students at Cassville R-IV District.
In an effort to increase sanitation on campus, drinking fountains are currently turned off. All students are encouraged to bring a refillable water container and access the water filling stations available throughout the school buildings.
Donated water bottles will be given to preschool-twelfth grade students who have forgotten their water bottle for the day.
The Cassville HS/MS basketball coaches would like to invite all girls, grades 3rd-6th grade, to come and experience exciting, fundamental basketball drills and games.
We are going to start our Lady Cats Hoops Club with two Saturdays that are strictly fundamental work/drills provided by our own HS/MS coaches, players and parent volunteers. These Saturdays will be October 23rd and 30th from 9-10:30 a.m.
Following the fundamental Saturdays, we will have 3 Saturdays of practice/games. (Nov. 6th, Nov. 13th, and Nov. 20th from 9-11:30). On these three Saturdays, the girls will practice with their designated coaches from 9-10 and then there will be games from 10-11:30. The team the girls are on will be determined at a later date. The last Saturday the girls will conclude with a pizza party in the gym with their coaches. (Following their games)
Thank you in advance for allowing your daughter to participate in Lady Cats Hoops Club and to increase their knowledge of basketball.
TENTATIVE Calendar of Lady Cats Hoops Club dates:
*Sat. Oct. 23rd – Fundamental Day 9 – 10:30 a.m. in MS GYM
*Sat. Oct. 30th – Fundamental Day 9 – 10:30 a.m. in HS GYM
*Sat. Nov. 6th – Practice/Game Day 9 – 11:30 a.m. in HS GYM
*Sat. Nov. 13th – Practice/Game Day 9 – 11:30 a.m. in HS GYM
*Sat. Nov. 20th – Practice/Game Day 9 – 11:30 a.m. in HS GYM
Game times and teams will be determined at a LATER DATE and then passed out to your daughter.
*Any questions call Desiree Corn at 342-5023
The Primary and Intermediate Book Fair will take place October 18-21 in the library at Eunice Thomas Elementary.
Book Fair Hours:
Students and parents may shop in person or online at the link found here. Parents and guardians may also set up an e-wallet account found at the link.
During Book Fair Week, primary and intermediate students are invited to participate in spirit week. Spirit week days are as follows:
The 1958 bright yellow Dodge Pickup Truck, lovingly referred to as the "wildcat truck," by Cassville fans has been donated to the Cassville R-IV School District.
Since making it's home in Cassville in 2009, the iconic truck is often spotted during our community parades, wildcat athletic events and local festivals.
The donation was made to the district by truck owners: John Sullivan, Mike Henbest, David Haddock, Gary Fields, Four Seasons Real Estate and the late Randy Yarnall.
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