Crowder College, Cassville Campus, has donated 75 refillable water bottles to students at Cassvile R-IV School District.
In an effort to increase sanitation on campus, drinking fountains are currently turned off. All students are encouraged to bring a refillable water container and access the water filling stations available throughout the school buildings.
Donated water bottles will be given to those students who have forgotten their water container for the day.
In partnership with Mercy, Cassville Clinic, the Cassville R-IV School Based Mercy Clinic will re-open on Monday, September 21. At this time, providers at the school-based clinic will only care for Cassville R-IV staff and students. The clinic will be open Monday-Friday, 7-9 a.m.
Clinic will be located south of the JC Duncan Gymnasium in the back of the gravel parking lot.
COVID-19 screening precautions will be in place. For the safety of students and staff, as well as Mercy staff, no one will be allowed in the clinic before a screening has taken place. There will not be a waiting area inside of the clinic.
In addition to in-person visits, video visit appointments are available if appropriate. Please call the clinic to determine if an in-person or video visit is needed. You can reach the clinic at 417-847-6088.
The outreach clinic is not a free service and the patient's insurance will be charged according to the insurance plan they have in place. All copay requirements will apply.
The Mercy outreach clinic is offered in addition to telemedicine service that is currently available for students and staff at Cassville Schools through a collaboration effort with CoxHealth.
Pictured, Alicia Jackson and Whitney Craig, both with First State Bank, Cassville, present a check to Cassville R-IV Directors of Learning Traci Mitchell and Eric White. White and Mitchell are accepting the $1,000 donation on behalf of Cassville R-IV Bright Futures Program.
The funds donated to the district are a combined fundraising effort from the Stuff the Bus event cohosted by First State Bank of Purdy, Cox Monett Hospital, 3D Corporate Solutions, International Dehydrated Foods, EFCO Corporation, and Jack Henry & Associates.
Each year these businesses host week-long events, collect supplies and fill school buses for children in need. The event went virtual this year to accommodate safety precautions for COVID-19, and all the funds collected were donated to local area schools.
"We are all proud supporters of our local communities and are even more excited to continue support with the unique challenges facing our schools and students," stated Amanda Lee, Chief Operations Officer at First State Bank.
Bright Futures, established at Cassville Schools in 2011, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing community members together to focus on the success of children.
Cassville Middle School Technology Students Association (TSA) members had plans to attend the state competition at the University of Missouri-Rolla this past spring, however, due to the spread of COVID-19, this competition took place virtually in May.
Five CMS TSA students that earned state honors during the virtual competition.
Bentley Barber and Kayden Fuchs, first place in Tech Bowl and Video Game Design, Gracie Harmon, first place in Tech Bowl, Avery Chappell, first place in digital photography and CJ Rose, second place in STEM animation.
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