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Our 6th grade science students designed cars to withstand a crash test. The crash test dummies are raw eggs. Students send the car down an incline of 30, 45 and/or 60 degrees into a wall, then check for damage to the car and to the egg. After each crash the car designer/maker meets with a team of 4 other students to determine if there are any design flaws, and if so, what changes can be made to protect the car's occupent.
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Our 5K Club was recently featured in The Daily News. Picture above is an older photo of one of our runs. See what TDN has to say about us.
Representative from Red Canoe visited our Ms. Sophusson’s 6th grade math classes to talk about financial literacy (applied math). (put you mouse over a picture for another image.)
Cascade was able to send 36 students to La Chispa. La Chispa is a bilingual event for students to honor their diversity and promote their leadership abilities for their school. This is an annual event sponsored by the Association of Washington School Principals. See story in The Daily News
Thank you to our Cascade families and staff for donating well over 620 items to our “Great Cascade Toy & Food Drive”. We sent the local Outreach Program off with a SUV full of food and toys! Also, please remember the CAP Warehouse bins will be out again during our choir concert tonight and at the orchestra concert on Thursday night. Thank you to ALL who helped make this event successful!
Our WEB leaders have started “ The Great Cascade Toy & Food Drive”. Please encourage your student(s) to bring new unwrapped toy for ages K-12 and/or a non-perishable food item. We will be collecting now through December 10th in their first period classrooms. We are hoping to collect 500 items to be given to our local Outreach Program. In addition, food barrels will be placed at all winter musical events. Please bring non-perishable foods for the CAP Warehouse. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Wreath in the guidance office.
Our intramural K5 team had many students run in the 5K Turkey Trot Fun run at Lake Sacajawea on November 27th.
Congratulations to all who made the honor roll. Who are they?
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Cascade Students on Limo Ride to Sweet Spot as Reward for Fundraiser. See more pictures...
Up and Over provides a presentation to Cascade students about overcoming obstacles and completing their education through song and dance.
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Cascade Middle School WEB leaders are working with their peers to try to “Change the Game” in an effort to reduce bullying and recognize the acts of kindness and citizenship that occur in our classrooms and hallways. The effort, sponsored also by the Mariners and Macklemore, also asks students to pledge to be kind and take a stand against bullying.
For more information, go to The Seattle Mariners Change The Game website.
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