The Cassville FFA Chapter is proud to announce that our Chapter President, Lindee Mitchell, is an official candidate representing the Area 11 FFA Association for a State FFA Officer position. On March 2, Lindee participated in the Area 11 Officer Interviews held at East Newton High School in Granby. Accompanying the interview was an Extemporaneous Speech and prompted Writing Activity. Lindee will be advancing to the final round of interviews as one of 32 candidates interviewing for 16 positions on the 2020-21 State FFA Officer Team. The interviews will be held in Columbia on April 17 and 18.
Cassville FFA Greenhand Peter Littlefield competed in the FFA Creed Division at the East Newton FFA Leadership Development Event on March 2. Peter finished third in the FFA Creed Speaking Division.
Cassville FFA members are excited for the upcoming Career Development Event contests this spring season. Members competed in the first contest of the season held in Eldon. Cassville FFA placed 1st High Team in Poultry Evaluation, with all four team members finishing in the top ten individually.
The Poultry Evaluation team members include: Sam Cochran- 2nd high individual, Grady Stephenson- 3rd place individual, Garrett Kritz- 5th place, and Windy Dunfee- 8th place and Brook Davis.
The Forestry evaluation team comprised of Landry Mills, Michael Morgan, Timothy Hudson and Ethan Morgan also found success; placing 3rd overall as a team with Landry Mills placing as the 4th high individual.
We are excited to offer two types of kindergarten classes for our kindergarten age-eligible students. Kinder Academy, as well as traditional kindergarten, are available to students who will be 5-years-old by July 31st.
Kinder Academy is a two-year kindergarten program available for select students who may have not had exposure to school social skills (preschool experience, developmental readiness, motor skills, etc.), who would benefit from a smaller class size (no more than 15 students) or who have late birthdays (typically March-July). Screening results, parental recommendations, preschool teacher recommendations, and Parent As Teachers parent educator observations will be used to potentially fill student spots.
We will be screening all kindergarten age-eligible students, 5 years old by July 31st, on Tuesday, March 31st and Thursday, April 2nd from 8-2:30 at the First Baptist Church of Cassville. Enter through the South Entrance door across from Dr. Assing’s office.
Please call the Primary office at 847-2445 to schedule an appointment. You will need to bring the following items with you on the day of screening:
• Your child’s birth certificate
• Your child’s shot records
• Proof of residency
• Your driver’s license
26 students of the Scott Regional Technology Center Chapter of Missouri DECA: An Association of Marketing Students joined over 250 high school marketing students from Southwest Missouri at the annual District Career Development Conference held February 10th at MSSU in Joplin, MO.
24 students received 1st, 2nd or 3rd place awards and 21 qualify to compete at the State DECA Career Development Conference in March, to be held at Crown Center in Kansas City.
Award winners were:
Cassville High School:
Landrie Thomas - 1st place Project Management Community Awareness Campaign
Alexis Isbell - 1st place Project Management Community Awareness Campaign
Monett High School:
Parker Schoen - 1st Place Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Making
Cameron George - 1st Place Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Making
Jack Goodman - 1st Place Project Management Sales Project
Gavin Austin - 1st Place Entrepreneurship Start-Up Plan
Molly Montoya -1st Place Integrated Marketing Campaign--Service
Melanie Cruz - 1st Place Integrated Marketing Campaign--Service
Pollyana Johnson -1st Place Project Management Community Giving Project
Janet Canales - 1st Place Principles of Marketing
Jared Canales - 1st Place Principles of Finance
Celia Herrera-Ramos - 1st Place Integrated Marketing Campaign--Product
Guadalupe Medrano - 1st Place Integrated Marketing Campaign--Product
Keith Fields - 1st Place Sports & Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making
Miles Laning - 1st Place Sports & Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making
Angel Salas - 2nd Place Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making
Gavin Bailey - 3rd Place Project Management Community Giving Project
Lindsey Butler - 3rd Place Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan
Maisy Walker - 3rd Place Integrated Marketing Campaign--Event
Pierce City High School:
Ashton Prine - 2nd Place Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan
Crane High School:
Morgan Bowling - 1st Place Project Management Sales Project
Mackenzie Myers - 2nd Place Integrated Marketing Campaign--Service
Southwest High School:
Nathan Wallace - 2nd Place Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling
Purdy High School:
Andres Garcia - 2nd Place Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.
DECA conferences are targeted, highly focused learning experiences for students and advisors. DECA conferences bring members into the larger DECA community while providing unique opportunities to extend classroom learning. Each of DECA’s conferences connects with corporate professionals to engage students in learning industry-related trends and content.
Jill Fannin serves as the local DECA chapter advisor at SRTC.
Cassville High School speech and debate students have earned 12 conference wins this competition season. They are as follows:
Overall, third in conference in IE's.
Preschool screening for 3 and 4 year old children in the Cassville R-IV District is scheduled for Wednesday, April 8, 2020 or Thursday, April 9, 2020 at the First Baptist Church of Cassville. (Enter through the South Entrance door across from Dr. Assing’s office.) Parents of 3 and 4 year old children may call the primary office at 847-2445 to schedule an appointment.
Children who are currently in the Cassville Preschool program OR who will be eligible to attend kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year should NOT participate in this screening.
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