May 20-24 Updates

Friday’s CubGathering was a remarkable celebration of learning; a sampling of 5th graders shared their research findings and action steps from their self-guided, culminating research project.   One child encouraged our entire school to wear blue in support of acceptance and autism awareness; others challenged us to tackle food insecurity by successfully completing a food drive of over 1,000 items.  Mr. Schottner an Mr. Landis took pies to the face to demonstrate their support of this effort.  We call this project “The Exhibition,” as it is an opportunity for our students to exhibit all they’ve acquired from their elementary school experience here.  There was cheering, there were photos, and all of that excitement was generated by research and action projects, WOW!  This Is Cassingham.  We are proud to invite you to see all of the student’s efforts on Thursday, May 23rd.

5th Grade Exhibition, May 23rd

Please join us Thursday, May 23rd 6:30-7:30pm, throughout the front hallways of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors of our building.  Stop by to learn about the research conducted and action steps taken by our graduating 5th grade class. This is a great way to see what’s instore for your child, if they are younger or and to celebrate the work of our entire school!

End of the year events:

Cassingham's Student Recognition Cub Gathering - May 29th, 10-11:30AM, Cassingham Theater

5th Grade Graduation; Thursday, May 30th, 9AM-10AM, Highschool/Schottenstein Theater

Super Games: Thursday, May 30th, 10AM-3PM.  

Thank you to our PTO for supporting the return of SUPERGAMES for our final day of school on Thursday, May 30th!  Parent volunteers help the active, superfun day move smoothly for students.  If you’re able to volunteer, please check out this link:

Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade will have the morning experience of organized games and athletic challenges, Grade 3 and 4 will have the afternoon. The AM time commitment for adult volunteers is 9:45 to noon and the PM shift from 12:45 to 3:00.  

Lunch/EZPay  Accounts: Ms. Carvi in food services reminds all of us to end the school year with a positive account balance, or to “zero out” EZPay accounts. 

Enrollment for 19-20

 If you if know of families who plan to register children of any age, please send them to our district website to get the process started:  Additionally, if your family is planning to move and withdraw your children from our school, please give our office a call. 

Electronic verification is happening now, please update your child’s records through Powerschool before school begins August 13th.  If you’ve questions about this process, don’t hesitate to call our office. 

Returning Library books

Please help your child check at home for any overdue or missing books from the Cassingham & Middle School library. If a book cannot be found, you are asked to replace it with an equivalent copy (title and usually hard cover format). Please contact Dr. Kuder (email below) if you need more information.