On Tuesday, September 27th our annual Cougar Crawl Fundraiser event was held at Cascade. The turnout was fun to watch. Families had a great time making kites, playing yard games and eating JDawgs. At the end of the event a few kids were randomly drawn to spray paint Mr. Johnson’s and Mrs. Littlefield’s hair. The colors were pink and blue. Rumor has it that it took several washings of the hair to finally clean their heads. Mr. Johnson’s beard took a few days. Our goal this year was for $15,000. We were a little short of this goal. This coming week you can still donate on line or by coming to the office. This money will be used for PTA activities and for our school.
Currently we are working on helping kids to understand proper behavior in the halls and as we line up and move as classes around the school. By teaching this we are helping our school to be a place that is more conducive to learning. Some of the main areas that we are working on are:
Walking quietly in line as a class when we move through the halls.
Keep hands and feet to yourself.
Keeping voices quiet in the halls so that we don’t disturb other classes during their learning time.
Please take a few minutes to talk with your kids about how good hallway behavior helps all of us show respect and helps our school be a safer place for all to learn.
Thank you for your help and support of our Cascade community.
Current and upcoming events. Additional information is on the attached fliers, the school website and our school Facebook page.
Reflections entry deadline is October 2nd. This is an online entry.
PTA clothing Fun drive ended on September 29th. These will be taken to Savers on Wednesday, October 5th. If you have old clothes that you want to still get rid of please bring them to the school by this Wednesday morning.