Interstate Studios has provided us with a link to the photos that were taken at our graduation ceremony on July 3. Please see below for the link and the log-in information to access the photos available for purchase through Interstate Studios.
The school district will purchase a 3-photo collage for each student that chose to have "backdrop" photos taken before the graduation ceremony. The 3-photo collage will include (1) the graduate's senior composite photo, (2) the photo with graduate holding diploma cover, and (3) the family photo taken prior to graduation ceremony. The 3-photo collages will be mailed after the school district receives them.
Each of these photos, as well as photos taken during the graduation ceremony, are also available for purchase at the website below.
Web Address: seemyprints.com
Event Name: cassvillegraduation
Thank you for helping make our graduation ceremony a memorable event!
2020 Cassville High School
Robert Preddy took 1st place in the state competition for Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG). JAG is a new program to Cassville High School. This is the first time students have competed in the Career Development Conference which consists of pre-event competitions and on-site competitions. Several students competed in the pre-event category for Career Development Conference which included chapter commercial, chapter newsletter, and employability skills to name a few.
Preddy competed in employability skills which consisted of two phases: resume and cover letter (phase 1) and application and employment interview (phase 2). His resume and cover letter took 1st place which would have sent him to phase 2 of the competitions on-site. Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to compete in phase 2 because of quarantine.
The Cassville Sonic has provided over 20 cases of bottled water to the Cassville School District. Following district summer school health and safety guidelines, all students are asked to use a disposable water bottle that is provided by the district or bring a water bottle from home rather than using school water fountains.
The water donation from Sonic will be given to students that are attending summer school.
Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020, families that qualify for free or reduced lunch at school may be eligible for a new benefit of up to $302 per child (PreKindergarten – Grade 12), known as the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) program, to help with food costs while students continue to learn at home.
The benefits include:
If you are eligible, the benefit months you are eligible for will be loaded onto an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card. If you received Food Stamp (SNAP) benefits in March, DO NOT apply for these new/additional benefits. The full $302 will automatically be loaded to your existing EBT card. If you need more information on SNAP, visit mydss.mo.gov.
If you did not receive Food Stamp (SNAP) benefits in March, you must apply for this benefit and complete all sections of the application. An individual child is also eligible for the new benefit if the child was attending a school that participates in Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), Provision 2, or Provision 3 during the unanticipated school closure. If you are not sure your child attended an eligible school, you should contact the school district the child attends before you apply. If you do not want to receive this benefit, you do not need to apply. To find out if you may be eligible, please see Attachment A.
Resource Parents qualify to receive P-EBT, as Foster Care children receive free lunch. If you are a Resource Parent who wants to receive these benefits, you will also need to complete the application.
Select one of the following ways to apply:
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) will verify that your household qualifies to receive free or reduced price meals and will then send your application to the Department of Social Services, Family Support Division (FSD). FSD will send you a letter. If you are approved, you will receive an EBT card with the benefit on it to buy food. Your card will have the one-time benefits loaded on the EBT card to purchase food at any retailer with the QUEST Mark ® logo.
Items you can buy include:
Seeds and plants that produce food Items you cannot buy are:
For more information on the EBT card, visit: mydss.mo.gov/food-assistance/ebt.
If you have questions on how to apply, you can use the online chat feature at mydss.mo.gov or call 855-373-4636. If you need additional assistance with food, childcare, transportation, , and/or other services, visit the Missouri Services Navigator at mo.servicesnavigator.org.
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