April is National School Library Month and it’s time for the 15th Annual Cans4Books. Help raise money for your school library by recycling your aluminum cans! Bring in cans April 1 – 30 to: A-Can Recycling, 3255 S. 10th Street or A & J Recycling, 3250 N. 20th Street.
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Click here for the 2015 NeSA Testing Schedule.
Next Thursday, April 2nd, is World Autism Awareness Day. “Light it Up Blue” is an annual event to raise awareness for autism. Wear your blue and raise awareness on Thursday, April 2nd!
The PTO has partnered with the Chip Shoppe for a cookie dough reorder. Packets went home with students on Friday, March 20th. Orders are due back to Cavett no later than March 30th. Pick up of items will be April 20th at Cavett in the MPR. In addition to cookie dough, parents will have the opportunity to order from Chip Shoppe’s spring catalog. There will be parent incentives along with this reorder so please take a moment to read the information when your child brings their packet home.
Heritage Night is March 26th from 5:30 to 7:30. Everyone is invited to join us for an evening of food, art, music, dancing and fun! It is not too late to participate by sharing your traditional foods, clothing, arts/crafts, and artifacts.
Author Chad Morris is coming to Cavett!
Chad Morris is the author of The Cragbridge Hall series. His books include The Inventor’s Secret, The Avatar Battle and The Impossible Race. We are excited to have Chad visit Cavett Monday, March 16th at 2:00 in the multipurpose room. He’ll be presenting to our 3rd through 5th graders.
Chad will also be doing a book signing at Barnes and Noble Monday, March 16th at 6pm at the 29th and Pine Lake Rd. location.
Watch a video of chicks hatching in Mr. Bennett’s third grade classroom!
Visit the book fair March 2 – 5, 2015.
Monday, 2:30-4:30 pm,
Tuesday, 2:30-7:30 pm,
Wednesday, 2:30-4:30 pm,
Thursday, 2:30-7:30 pm.
Did you miss the Science Fair? Log in to Facebook to see the photos of all the wonderful science experiments done by our outstanding Students. Thank you parents, Mrs. Takahashi, and all of the volunteers for making the 2015 Cavett Science Fair a success! It’s never too early to start thinking about the 2016 science fair!
The hot air balloon that soared the highest was…2nd Grade!! That last burst of hot air really shot them up! Congratulations to all the 2nd Graders!! And thank you to all the grades who donated all those box tops!! With over 12,000 box tops donated throughout this contest, Cavett is sure to soar to the top! The second graders will be enjoying their popcorn party on March 6th!