Thank you Cavett Community! After collections were sorted and bagged, 67 care packages were formed, along with many other miscellaneous items, to donate to the People’s City Mission . When the items were dropped off, the mission worker was speechless and had tears in his eyes. He couldn’t believe all of the items we were donating. He loved the care packages and had plans to distribute many that night. Together we made a difference.
Events and News
Jump Into Fall
Box Tops and Labels Contest
The Grade who Collects the Most Labels
Wins 2 Extra RECESSES!
Contest Dates: October 26th – November 20th
Click here for more details.
August 20 – Second Grade 5:00 pm
Click here for second grade powerpoint information.
August 26 – Fifth Grade 5:00 pm
August 27 – First Grade 5:00 pm
Click here for first grade powerpoint information.
September 3 – Third Grade 5:00 pm
Click here for third grade powerpoint information.
September 10 – Fourth Grade 5:00 pm
Click here for Ms. Amend’s PowerPoint information.
Click here for Mr. Eckhout’s PowerPoint information.
Click here for Ms. Videtich’s PowerPoint information.
September 17 – Kindergarten 5:00 pm
Did you miss the “Summer Mailer” version of the Cavett Comment? Click here to review important information for the beginning of the 2015 school year.
Looking for something to do or need assistance? Click here to check out the Summer 2015 Activities and Resource Guide.
Fourth and Fifth grade Students will be watching the Growth and Development Video on May 15th. If you would like to preview the 5th grade Growth and Development Video, this is available online. Go To LPS.ORG, search “Learn 360”. USERNAME: STUDENT ID and PASSWORD: STUDENT PASSWORD. Search “Growing up! For Girls” or “Growing up! For Boys” to view the video. The fourth grade video is unavailable online. The Cavett Office has the Growth and Development videos, please call 402-436-1131 if you would like to schedule a viewing at school.
Are your children interested in a summer camp? Check out the 2015 Summer Clinic Brochure! Stop by the office to pick one up or click here to view.
In an effort to promote family togetherness and a healthy lifestyle, the Cavett Wellness Team invites you to come to Cavett to Walk @ Lunch the Week of April 27th-May 1st.
Please come join your child during their lunch recess and walk the Cavett track. Check the Cavett website for grade lunch/recess times. Tuesday, April 26th is a PLC day so lunch/recess times are adjusted slightly.
If lunch time doesn’t work for parents to come, we encourage you to walk the track in the evening with your child. You may choose to eat lunch with your child. Be sure to reserve your school lunch a day early. If you bring a lunch to school to share with your child, we encourage no fast food meals and no sodas.
The National Walk at Lunch Day is sponsored by BCBS of NE. They will make a donation to Nebraska Game & Parks and Special Olympics for each group that participates. We are excited to participate and be a part of this fundraising activity!
Go Cavett Cardinals, let’s get walking!!
The 28th annual Mayor’s Run is Saturday, May 2nd, and it’s time for students who want to participate in this 1mile fun run to get signed up. The registration window is open, and individual entry fee is only $6.oo until April17th! Check your child’s Friday folder for an information sheet. Everything you want to know about theMayor’s Run and entry forms can be found at http://www.lincolnrun.org. Tee shirts and race packets will be handed out at school the week before the run. Help promote physical activity by signing up for the largest children’s run in the Midwest.
As components of the Connected Learning (CLASS) Plan are implemented across the district, LPS is again partnering with BrightBytes to use the Clarity survey. Clarity helps schools and districts profile technology use and assess preparedness to leverage technology to impact learning. We are reaching out to ask you to take part in a brief questionnaire (approximately 10 min) that will help paint a clearer picture of technology use at school and at home. The data will help align Professional Development and purchasing to the CLASS Plan at the district, building and classroom levels.
To participate, please go to http://bit.ly/cavettbbyt
Your participation and support is important and will make the difference between having a complete versus a limited understanding of technology use and skills in our school. Please know that all of your responses will remain anonymous to protect your privacy. The last day to complete this questionnaire is Friday, May 1.
Thank you for taking part in this important survey!
Questions can be directed to Carrie Copley, email@example.com, or Tim Hahn, firstname.lastname@example.org.