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District News - April 2018
Community and Parent Forum on Safety & Security at Cascade School District
The Cascade School District would like to invite all parents and community members to our "Safety & Security Forums" being held on Wednesday, April 18 at 7 pm at the Cascade High School and on Friday, April 20, 6 pm at Peshastin Dryden Elementary School. Spanish translation will be available at the April 20th forum.
School administrators will provide information regarding the procedures in place at each school building and the full-time School Resource Officer will describe his role at Cascade. At the end of the program there will be a time for questions directed at the district as a whole or to individual schools.
KODIAK CUBS PRESCHOOL is now accepting new students for the 2018-19 school year (until June 7). Please see the Preschool Registration page on this website to get more information, enroll online or print a paper packet.
KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT FOR THE 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR IS OPEN!! If your student will be 5 yrs old as of Aug 31, 2018 - please see the New Student Enrollment page to begin enrollment.
Icicle River Middle School Technology Student Association State competition
The TSA Club at IRMS, consisting of 7th & 8th graders, recently competed in the Washington State Technology Student Association State Competition which was held in Seattle March 22-24. These students competed in events centered around technology, engineering, and problem solving.
The results from the 3-day event were:
Coding - Malaki Taub and Quentin Farrell - 1st place
Problem Solving - Evan Butruille and Derek Richardson - 3rd place
Website Design - Olivia Cappellini, Tillie Leroy and Alma McKean - 5th place
Congratulations students and Coach Jodie Tremberth!
Cascade High School and Icicle River Middle School Teacher, Jesus Sandoval, was voted 2018 "World's Best Teacher" during the recent Wenatchee World "World's Best" list.
Mr. Sandoval is an English Language Learner teacher for grades 6-12 and a very successful wrestling and soccer coach.
CONGRATULATIONS MR. SANDOVAL!
Cascade High School Skier Competes in Junior National Championship in Utah
Nordic Skier and Freshman, Stella Johnson, represented Leavenworth Winter Sports Club at the Junior National Championship in Soldier Hollow, Utah March 3-10 (host site of 2002 Winter Olympics).
She was part of 33 skiers from the Pacific Northwest Ski Association (PNSA) region at the event.
Her results were 44th in 5K Classic, 33rd in the 1.3K sprint (0.7 off the qualifying heats) 40th in the 5K Skate, and in the team relay - the team came in 11th! WOW! Congratulations Stella!!
Cascade High School DECA Update: Cascade HS sent 24 competitors to the WA State DECA competition this past weekend. Congratulations to the 24 Cascade DECA students, including six top 10 finishers. The event was the largest in Washington's DECA 71-year history with almost 4000 competitors from across the state. Special congratulations to the top 7 finishers and International DECA competition qualifiers:
RYLEE JACOBSON - 3rd Place Overall Apparel And Accessories Marketing
D'ANDRE VASQUEZ - 5th Place Overall Sports And Entertainment Marketing
CLARE NELLE - Gold Recertification School Based Enterprise
BEST OF LUCK to our Cascade DECA students who will be among 18,000+ student competitors at the International DECA Competition to be held in Atlanta, Georgia, from April 20-25.
New CHS Library Windows being installed-1/29/18
The Cascade High School construction and modernization project is on time and budget with a final completion expected in winter of the 2018-19 school year. This is a phased project with occupation of portions of the new school happening at scheduled times. This allows students to continue to utilize the school and not be placed in portables during construction. For more information, please visit our CHS Construction pages.
Alpine Lakes Elementary - 1/2018
Finish work continues on the inside and as weather permits on the outside of Alpine Lakes Elementary. Scheduled move in will be early summer 2018 with classes (grades 3-5) beginning in August 2018. We will host an openhouse in early September inviting our community to tour the new facility.
Peshastin-Dryden Elementary Update
Bid documents were distributed to prospective contractors during the week of Feb 5th. The two contractors building Alpine Lakes Elementary and Cascade High School have both expressed an interest in bidding on the Peshastin-Dryden Elementary modernization project. Bids will be opened on February 27th at the district office board room.
The Peshastin-Dryden Elementary classrooms will move to Osborn (for the 2018-19 school year) as soon as school is out this summer and Osborn has moved to Alpine Lakes Elementary. Once PD modernization has been completed (estimated June 2019), the staff and students will move back in the fall of 2019.
STUDENT DATA VERIFICATION - ALL STUDENTS / ALL BUILDINGS
MAKING PAYMENTS ONLINE - HOW TO
Our families now have the ability to pay for fees (any sports participation fees, ASB cards, yearbooks, and food services, etc) online through family access! You can do this anytime. There is a $1.75 convenience fee per “cart”.
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