|Cassville High Schools
2021-2022 2nd Semester Honor Roll
GPA of 4.0 or Higher
on a 4.0 Scale
|High Honor Roll
GPA of 3.67 to 3.99
on a 4.0 Scale
GPA of 3.34 to 3.66
on a 4.0 Scale
|Kyle Bailey||Ashley Alonso||Carlos Barrientos|
|Hanna Blankenship||Grace Bean||Kayana Bauman|
|Kyla Bowling||Makaiden Bolles||Aleigha Bryan|
|Elizabeth Butler||Sophia Bundy||Abraham Cortez Garcia|
|Colton Cox||Shaun Burke||Dylan Criswell|
|Rebekah Fry||Isabel Burton||Xavier Day|
|Simon Gates||Evan Butler||Jonathan Dudley|
|Kyler Hayward||Isabella Dunbar||Evelyn Elliott|
|Gracen Hilburn||Nicolas Fierro||Lydia Godsey|
|Kinlee Holman||Aaliyah Franklin||Mackenzie Guess|
|Monica Houskeeper||Kaedyn Garnett||Adelee Hendricks|
|Brittany Jack||Hailey Gautney||Jaret Hinson|
|Rose Meng||Rebecca Gomez||Chayton Issler|
|Langston Mitchell||Angela Gonzalez Cortez||Michael McClary|
|Spencer Osborne||Monty Hang||Hunter Morse|
|Elly Ramaeker||Matthew Harris||Isaac Pickett|
|Alexis Rayburn||Olivia Hermansen||Rylee Quinlan|
|Miller Reid||Kyler Holman||Dustin Simon|
|Violet Rillstone||Saige Holman||Landen Smith|
|Bodee Rose||Zhoi Jagger||Melody Stephens|
|Kaitlyn Tiner||Karma Kessinger||Eli Stokes|
|Lorelei Vanderhoef||Canyon King||Kendall Taylor|
|Avelina Kushnir||Malcolm Terry|
|Emma Berndt||Jessica Marlowe||Sophomores:|
|Joseph Burton||Austyn Meltabarger||Fernando Alonso|
|Avery Chappell||Kinzey Mizer||Leah Beach|
|Jordan Craig||Fisher Moore||Joselynn Bivens|
|Kayden Fuchs||Rebecca Oliphant||Ethan Bohmke|
|Emerson Grossman||Ella Pearman||Elijah Coolidge|
|Gracie Harmon||Yovanni Perez||Jonathan Dunbar|
|Madelyn Holtmann||Jasmine Reeder||Isabella Gonzales|
|Faith James||Maddock Roark||Makenna Hagins|
|Lacy Norris||Audrey Robinson||Madison Halterman|
|Cosmo Rhoads||Isabella Rodriguez Muise||Dre' Jines|
|Hailey Roark||Lauren Sparkman||Josie Keeven|
|Kelsi Ware||Jonathan Stults||Corey King|
|Trace Sturgell||Brooklynn Mitchell|
|Juniors:||David Turner||Tori Mitchell|
|Maci Barton||Kaylyn Weiser||Asusena Perez|
|Tyra Campbell||Clovee Williams||Myia Rivera|
|Aidan Cook||Addison Sherfy|
|Jolie Evans||Sophomores:||Cadyn Smith|
|Isaac Hadlow||Dakotah Anderson||Hailey Turben|
|Reese Heiden||Shannon Aplin||Mason Vincent|
|Allyson Kloss||Bentley Barber|
|Jillian LeCompte||Zoie Coupland||Juniors:|
|Jacob Martinez-Maldonado||Chaney Cox||Lizbeth Aguinaga|
|Marianne McCrackin||Jeremiah Ewing||Brianna Birchfield|
|Gabriel Moore||Carter Gambill||Haylie Castleberry|
|Grant Preddy||Taylor Glidewell||Brennen Cieslinski|
|Dixon Reid||Breanna Gordon||Charles Elliott|
|Ella Reuter||Audrey Gosvener||Dorene Garner|
|Rileigh Rickard||Andrew Gray||Audrey Goutney|
|Kristen Stough||Christopher Henry||Julienne Hutchens|
|Chloe Thomas||Trinity Hudgins||Alex Jackson|
|Grace Yocum||Bryson Jacobson||Ethan Lamborn|
|Matthew Kunda||Annie Moore|
|Seniors:||Dalva LeGac||Dulce Rivera|
|Sheridan Beach||Jackson Lindley||Riley Ruark|
|Taylor Bredeson||Monique Lopez||Treva Samuel|
|Jasmine Brown||Cadence Lyons||Nicholas Sanders|
|Wyatt Cochran||Jonathan Mills||Kenli Stone|
|Kyla Deans||Kathryn Morris||Ethan Stott|
|Bradan Dickinson||Emilio Perez|
|Isabelle Edwards||Jackson Ray||Seniors:|
|Hallie Fratus||Christian Renkoski||Maria Akers|
|Ethan Fuchs||Emilee Resz||Madison Barnes|
|Emilee Mann||Joseph Reuter||MacKenzie Boyd|
|Allison Marcucci||Scotlyn Richardson||Ryleigh Burnette|
|Christina Marlowe||Kyah Saffold||Citiara Comfort-Johnson|
|Riley Morris||Paige Shirkey||Trevor Dalton|
|Jonathan Oliphant||Kaylynn Wilson||Mya De Leon|
|Landry Parnell||Taylor Emery|
|Summer Rayburn||Juniors:||Joseph Fields|
|Nadia Sanchez||Jake Anthonysz||Cordell Hartin-Espinoza|
|Lexie Sanders||Kailey Artherton||Jason Jacobson|
|Holly Sherfy||Ashlynn Bryan||Landry Mills|
|Rachel Steinmann||Jacob Bundy||Alyzea Myers|
|Corey Thomas||Tylar Burnette||Jalyla Pendergrass|
|Lucas Wilson||Gracelyn Campbell||Quinlan Roberts|
|Rylan Wilson||Kayla Cheek||Eric Sanders|
|Alexis Yockey||Faith Correia||Leslie Turner|
|Jenna Crim||Mason Willis|
Cassville High School Class of 2022 member, Emilee Mann, was one of eight students in the Big 8 Conference to be awarded a Big 8 Scholarship.
The Big 8 Scholarship is awarded to eight students who attend Big 8 schools: four from the east division and four from the west division. Principals from the east review applications from west schools and vice versa. Students are evaluated by their participation in Big 8 events, Big 8 honors, ACT score and an essay submitted by the applicant.
Mann plans to attend Missouri Southern State University in the fall to pursue a degree in Radiology Technology.
We closed out the 2021-2022 school year on Thursday, May 19. It’s hard to believe this school year has already ended. I want to thank our students, staff, parents, and community members for an incredible year. On Sunday, May 22, 138 outstanding students earned their diploma from Cassville High School. Family and friends were fortunate to celebrate with these seniors on this exceptionally beautiful afternoon. Many people, most importantly our families and educators, have supported these students along their journey from preschool to graduation. Our graduates are leaving us prepared and ready to participate in a democracy, positively improve our community, and enter a career or extend their education. I hope they are also leaving Cassville R-IV Schools fulfilled, connected and thriving. Together (two campuses serving 1900 students) we have accomplished great things this year. Thank you to our families, the community, local business supporters, and many others who helped our schools and the district make so many gains.
If you have a student coming back to Cassville R-IV Schools in the fall, we will be working hard over the summer to prepare for a great 2022-2023 school year. We will be adding exciting new educational opportunities for students in all of our buildings. We anticipate many maintenance and safety upgrades to be completed to our buildings and grounds at all of our schools. We also will begin two extensive projects on our grounds this summer: 1) the elementary playground projects will be close to completion by the time school begins in August, and 2) the baseball/softball turf projects will begin in early July with a projected softball field completion in early September and a baseball field completion later in the winter. With construction and supply chain uncertainties, it is difficult to have definitive timelines with few guarantees on any projects, but we will remain optimistic this summer. We will keep you informed about project progress throughout the summer when significant milestones are achieved. Beyond these projects, our staff will also be preparing all buildings and classrooms, participating in trainings, and creating the conditions conducive for student success for the 2022-2023 school year. Building on this year’s positive accomplishments, we look forward to greeting your child on the first day of school on Tuesday, August 23. We additionally look forward to getting to know you better and partnering to ensure your child’s story, strengths, and needs are known and supported.
Over the summer months, district leadership will make contact with you and provide opportunities for families to engage and ask questions. This information will be communicated on our website and through social media. If you have not already, please connect with us via Facebook under “Cassville Public Schools” or Twitter under “CassvilleSchools”.
I hope you have the opportunity this summer to spend time with your family, friends, and loved ones. I will be doing the same and taking some time to rejuvenate this summer in preparation for next school year. It is a privilege to serve you, your children and this district. If you ever have questions, please contact me by phone at 417-847-2221 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Merlyn Johnson
Cassville R-IV Superintendent
Combined, the Cassville High School Class of 2022 was awarded $1,114,298. Our local community has generously provided $59,650 in scholarships to these students. The University amount earned was $1,054,648 Click here to view the . . .
Jody Cavness will return to his alma mater to become the new assistant principal at Cassville High School. Cavness has completed nine years in education. Most recently, he has served as a principal at neighboring district Wheaton R-III. . . .
The Cassville Wildcat High School Boys Basketball team will have a new coach for the 2022-23 season. The district has hired Caleb Reynolds to lead the program beginning July 1. Reynolds has experience both . . .
Security Bank of Southwest Missouri employees have the option to make a contribution to their Thankful Thursday fund in exchange for wearing jeans. This month, the Cassville R-IV Special Olympics team is the recipient of the bank's . . .
Cassville High School Speech and Debate will have three students representing the local club in June at the National Speech and Debate Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky. CHS students Audrey Goutney, Treva Samuel and Jillian LeCompte . . .
Cassville R-IV staff and volunteers were recognized during the 23rd Annual Southwest Center Celebration of Schools event held on Thursday, March 31 at Joplin North Middle School. The annual event is held to . . .
Employees at Arning Companies have made a donation of $500 to the Industrial Arts Program at Cassville Middle School. Arning team members are given the opportunity to "dress-down" on Fridays by contributing to . . .
Along with 6,000 students representing 1,500 school districts across the country, Cassville High School student, Jillian LeCompte, will travel to Louisville, Kentucky in June to compete in the 2022 National Speech and Debate Tournament. . . .
The Middle School Knowledge Bowl team competed in the Big 8 Conference tournament on Saturday, March 5. The team finished in ninth place overall out of 11 teams. Team captain, Cannon Rose, received 3rd place for . . .
The Cassville High School Knowledge Bowl team recently traveled to Monett High School to compete in the Big 8 Conference Meet. 10 school districts from across the region competed and CHS finished in seventh place. Overall individual high . . .
Cassville High Schools 2021-2022 1st Semester Honor Roll Principal’s List . . .
From a weather perspective, we have experienced an unpredictable past few weeks. The uncertainty of many of the recent weather forecasts has caused school districts throughout Southwest Missouri to make capricious decisions when canceling . . .
Preschool Screening information: April 12 & April 14 Open to three and four year old children living in the Cassville School District. Screening will be held at . . .
On Thursday, February 10, fourth and fifth grade classroom spelling bee winners competed in the Intermediate School Spelling Bee. Fourth grade student, Liliana Burgess finished first place and will travel to Joplin on March 18 to . . .
Employees at Arning Companies have made a donation of $500 to the Backpack Program at Eunice Thomas Elementary. Arning team members are given the opportunity to "dress-down" on Fridays by contributing to the Casual . . .
Cassville R-IV School District has remained flexible in doing our very best for the educational needs of our students despite the many outside distractions associated with social media panic, political unpredictability, and strong opinions . . .
The Cassville FFA Chapter attended the 94th Annual National FFA Convention & Expo the week of October 27-30 in Indianapolis. The National FFA Convention & Expo is the largest youth convention with nearly 55,000 FFA students from . . .
The Newton McDonald Counties Association of REALTORS and local affiliates are working together to keep kids warm this winter! During the month of November, two local real estate offices, Four Seasons Real Estate and American . . .
Students enrolled in the Jobs for American Graduates Program (JAG) at Cassville High were asked to complete an essay answering the following question: "What has made Missouri great over the past 200 years?" Cassville JAG . . .
Since joining the staff in 2008, Clay Weldy quickly became a leader in the Cassville Wildcat Football program and beginning July of 2022, he will hold the title of “Head Coach.” During the . . .
We have over 20 individuals that make up our transportation team at Cassville R-IV! These hard working wildcats are responsible for transporting hundreds of students to and from school safely each . . .
The Arvest Foundation has made a $6,000 contribution to the Cassville R-IV School District. The funds will be used by the district school nurses to purchase a portable device that will complete a vision scan for each child, . . .
Cassville High School Sophomore Avery Chappell has made Wildcat Nation history! On Monday and Tuesday, she competed in the Class 2 MSHSAA State Golf Tournament at Columbia Country Club in Columbia, Missouri and finished in tenth place, . . .
The Arvest Foundation has made a $1,500 contribution to the Cassville R-IV School District Special Education Department. The funds will be used to purchase both the Rocket Math and Touch Points curriculum. "The department is so . . .
Freedom Bank of Southern Missouri has donated 500 water bottles to students at Cassville R-IV District. In an effort to increase sanitation on campus, drinking fountains are currently turned off. All students are encouraged to bring a . . .
Students Approved for Free or Reduced Priced Meals During 2020-21 School Year Can Apply for One-Time $375 Summer P-EBT Benefit
In a recent news release, the Department of Social Services announced that Missouri families who had a student approved for free or reduced priced meals during the previous 2020-21 school year can apply for a one-time Summer . . .
First Baptist Church (FBC), Cassville, has donated 500 refillable water bottles to students at Cassville R-IV School District. In an effort to increase sanitation on campus, drinking fountains are currently turned off. All . . .
The Arvest Foundation has made a $5,000 contribution to the Cassville R-IV Bright Futures Program. The donation will be used to assist in meeting the physical needs of wildcat students within 48 hours. Physical needs include things such as . . .