Orders due to Mrs. Grossman by 9/15/2021. Click here for details.
Wildcat Wednesday on 9/29 at Ole Granary Tenderloins & More:
The Cassville Education Fund has partnered with Ole Granary Tenderloins and on Wednesday, 9/29, 10% of all sales will benefit the Education Fund. The food truck is located on High 76 by Bates Corner and is open 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
The 2021 Cassville Homecoming Parade on Friday, October 1st is being hosted by Cassville High School Student Council. The theme is “Once a Wildcat, always a Wildcat.” Please review the information below carefully.
Line up will be on 6th Street beginning at the Chamber of Commerce. Floats will turn left onto Main St. and travel down to the school campus, turn right onto 14th St (Kit Kat Drive). Travel down in front of Eunice Thomas Elementary. Turn left at the field house onto the paved bus lane to the High School. The parade will end at the high school.
Parade start time is 1:00. Parade will end at the High School approximately 2:00.
Businesses, community and parents are invited and welcome to view the parade on Main Street between 6th and 14th Street. The parade route from 14th Street on to the High School campus will be reserved for Cassville R-IV staff and students only.
We are working in collaboration with the Cassville Police Department to ensure the safety of our students who are participating in and viewing the parade. Please note the parade route from 14th Street to the High School will not be open to the general public. General public will need to make arrangements to view the parade between 6th and 14th Street. The parade timing in the afternoon will cause traffic slowdowns and alternate routes for travelers who traditionally take Main Street from 1:00 until about 2:00.
In the event that we have less than ideal weather conditions (rain, thunderstorms, snow) the parade will be canceled.
Cassville R-IV welcomes Don Lentz, Mercy Athletic Trainer, as a member of the wildcat team!
Through a partnership with the district and Mercy, Lentz provides full-time sports medicine services to Cassville athletes, including injury prevention, medical evaluations and recovery.
Lentz began serving as the wildcat athletic trainer in August of this year. He attends both practices and competitions in order to assist student athletes with medical needs that may arise.
Lentz has relocated to Southwest Missouri from Illinois where he has worked in athletic training for nearly 20 years. Most recently, he was caring for athletes at Lewis and Clark Community College.
“Don Lentz has a strong background as an athletic trainer and spent many years in large high schools,” said Cassville R-IV Athletic Director, Doug Martin. “We are blessed to have him join our team and look forward to the way he will help us care for our student-athletes.”
“Please be sure to give him a warm welcome when you see him,” encouraged Martin.
The Cassville R-IV School District will be offering an Educational Internship Program each semester for education majors working toward a teaching degree. The internship program is good for one semester only. Interns work 10-15 hours per week at $11.00 per hour and must reapply each semester. To apply, please submit a resume to the Cassville R-IV Central Office by September 24th, 2021.
Educational Internship Guidelines:
I have read and understand the Educational Internship Employment Guidelines.
Intern Signature Date
CHS online book fair will run now-until October 2nd and can be accessed by clicking here or through our library's website!
You can find a ton of great choices for middle and high school students as well as some adult reads.
Please take the time to check out what we have- every purchase benefits our library program!
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