A staff-citizen committee is developing a plan to address the district’s long-range building needs, and they want to hear your ideas. See more…
6th grade students from Cascade attended the Cowlitz County Youth Prevention Summit on Friday, May 13, 2016. Students were chosen based on leadership potential and enjoyed several break-out sessions about challenges they face as teens. Miss Washington along with many other powerful youth speakers made the day fun and informative for the students.
These are 6th grade students (Page House, Karissa Mott, Angel Woodruff, Sarahi Campos Quintero, Zanika Olsen, Allyssa Lomax, Lexi Woolsey, Allyssa Thomas, Ciro Belmontes, Jazz Frazier, Gavin Hart, Leo Sanchez Felix, Drake Byman, Antonio Rojas, David Rodriguez)
Cascade science teacher Lynn Nelson had her seventh grade students go through the process to design a single service box for PEEPS Marshmallow Ghosts. Read more....
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Cascade Middle School has been granted a Thriving Schools Grant from Kaiser Permanente. This grant, focused on staff wellness, will provide Cascade teachers with fitness trackers and other healthy choice promotion supports including laptop bikes for the staff room and healthy snacks to fuel their journey. Between May 1, 2015 and April 30, 2016, Cascade staff will "walk" over 27,000 as the circumnavigate the globe, stopping in many countries that Cascade students are connected to in their family history. Follow their progress
Congratulations to all who made the honor roll. Who are they?
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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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Parents and Guardians, you are the #1 influence in your child's life. All Cowlitz and Wahkiakum County high schools want to join with you to create an educational experience that will open doors to your student's success. Together we can help students build essential confidence and knowledge to face challenges in whatever they do next. Check out this 67 page comprehensive document to assist you in that process.
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