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Wildcat Chat: Monthly e-newsletter from the Cassville R-IV School District
March 2017
Students Exceed Hoops for Heart $8,000 Goal: Our second through fifth grade students have donated $12,283 to the American Heart Association in honor of Cassville Schools afternoon custodian Mrs. Jackie Lingle. Mrs. Jackie recently suffered from a serious heart condition, but is home recovering at this time. Mrs. Jackie is loved dearly by our students and staff! In photo: Coach Kristi Pinckard, Coach Josh Schmitt, Mrs. Jackie and students that raised over $150 for the Hoops for Heart program.
Eunice Thomas Elementary Adopts New Pick-Up Procedure
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 building to pick up their students in the cafeteria. They will be asked to pull into one of four different pick-up zones in the circle drive outside of the Primary cafeteria door. Once a vehicle is stopped, staff will call for students to exit the building to load into their vehicle.
 
Vehicles will form a single file line entering the circle drive that will run parallel to the front of the school building and down Kid Cat Drive (or 14th Street). After vehicles have lined-up along 14th Street, parents are encouraged to curve the line to run along Park Street.
 
Four vehicles at a time will be allowed to enter the loading zone and park in a designated loading space. Once all students are in their vehicles safely, all four vehicles will exit. Cars will not be permitted to exit until all four cars are loaded and ready to depart. All four cars will depart at the same time.
 
 All parents that pick-up their child will be provided with a permit that must be displayed in the right hand front dashboard of their vehicle. The permit will serve as proof of permission for the driver to pick up that specific student. 
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Mrs. Carolyn Bowen was selected by the Cassville R-IV music department staff as the recipient of the 2017 Music Advocacy Award.

The Music Advocacy award has been award annually for nearly 15 years to one individual in the Cassville community that is committed to the Cassville R-IV Music Department. 

"Carolyn has been an instrumental figure in the success of our Arts programs at Cassville Schools," stated Mrs. Mary Richmiller, CHS Choral Director. "As a musician herself, she has participated in various choirs for over 60 years. Starting in high school here at CHS as well as in large group choir and various vocal ensembles and was the Majorette for the Drum Core."

Bowen has also participated in the First Baptist Church Choir and has served as the manager for the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce "The Show" for 25 years.

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Parents of 3 and 4 year old children may call the primary office at 847-2445 to schedule an appointment for preschool screening. The DIAL-4 test will screen children in the following areas: concepts, language, and motor development. In addition to the DIAL-4 each child’s vision, hearing, and articulation will be screened. The screening will take at least one hour to complete. Screening results will be shared with the parents. Children who are currently in the Title I preschool OR who will be eligible to attend kindergarten for the 2017-2018 school year should NOT participate in the screening.

Screening results will be used to determine eligibility for the district's two preschool programs: Title I Preschool and Early Childhood Special Education Preschool.

Barry County FFA Wildlife Relief Effort: The FFA chapters in Barry County will be assisting with the FFA Chapters in Rogers County, Oklahoma in coordinating a relief effort for those affected by the recent wildfires in Western Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas. From Monday, March 20 to Wednesday, March 29, you will be able to drop off any fencing items or bags of beef cattle feed at your local Ag Education/ FFA Building (Cassville, Exeter, Purdy, Southwest, or Wheaton). Thousands of miles of fence have been destroyed and the livestock will now have to relocated and fed. Stop by your local feed or ranch store and purchase a bundle of t-post, roll of barbed wire or a bag of feed to help today.
At the end of January, we celebrated School Board Appreciation Week. To show our school board members a little extra love, we created this fun video featuring a few of our students. We hope you enjoy it!
Important dates:
  • March 20-24: Book Fair in the Primary Library
  • March 20-24: Parent Teacher Conferences
  • March 21 & 23: CMS Parent Teacher Conferences, 3:30-6:30 p.m.
  • March 24: CMS PBS Rewards Day
  • 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 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
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