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Immunizations needed for Cabool students prior to the first day of school: August 10, 2017

posted Jun 14, 2017, 11:02 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools   [ updated Jun 14, 2017, 11:03 AM ]

PK ... Current on all vaccinations  
K .... Current on all vaccinations, MMR and Varicella(chicken pox) booster.  
8th ....T-dap booster, MCV (HPV vaccination strongly encouraged)  
12th...MCV booster shot.  
The TCHD is in Cabool on Wed. and immunizations are free of charge.   Please  call ahead to make sure vaccines are available.

If you have any questions call Nurse Diana or Angel at TCHD 417-962-0131 (Wednesdays) or email dlada@cabool.k12.mo.us

Cabool Varsity Volleyball takes 1st in BOMO Tournament!

posted Jun 13, 2017, 6:34 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools   [ updated Jun 13, 2017, 6:36 AM ]

Cabool Varisty took 1st place in the Silver division at the BOMO Tourney in
Bolivar, MO on Saturday June 10th. Cabool Jr Varsity took 2nd place in the
Silver division.

​Cabool came out 4th in pool play which put Them the lowest seed in the
silver bracket. After defeating Strafford in three sets, the Varsity
volleydogs beat Central and Camdenton in to set to take first place. the
Junior varsity made easy work of their competitors until the last game,
where they faced Nevada. They went three tough sets and sadly lost 25-21.

Volleyball Rib City Shoot Out - July 16th and 17th

posted Jun 13, 2017, 6:24 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools   [ updated Jun 13, 2017, 6:36 AM ]

The MS/HS Volleyball Rib City Shoot Out will be held July 16th and 17th.  Please see the attached files for additional information. 

Students learn about occupational skills!

posted Jun 8, 2017, 6:23 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools

The Cabool Agricultural Education program is made up of three integrated parts: classroom instruction, FFA and a supervised agricultural experience (SAE).

The SAE is a required component of a total agricultural education program and intended for every student. Through their involvement in the SAE program, students are able to consider multiple careers and occupations, learn expected workplace behavior, develop specific skills within an industry, and are given opportunities to apply academic and occupational skills in the workplace or a simulated workplace environment. Through these strategies, students learn how to apply what they are learning in the classroom as they prepare to transition into the world of college and career opportunities. Here is an example of a student project. 

Zach Beller is shown here with his Bernese Mountain dog and her nine puppies. His SAE project consists of specialty animal production as well as working with his grandpa in the hayfield and working cattle

FFA members volunteer their time...and labor!

posted Jun 8, 2017, 6:17 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools

Cabool FFA members volunteered 4 hours of labor at the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Mountain Grove on Tuesday evening, May 30. Members were joined by the Norwood FFA Chapter and the Tri-County Fair Board members in the efforts to clean stalls, paint and pick up tree limbs to ready the grounds for the Tri-County Fair that will be held next week June 7-10. Cabool FFA will have members exhibiting beef cattle, sheep, goats and poultry as well as members volunteering to help guide the summer school field trips

Middle schoolers battle it out with graphing coordinates!

posted Jun 8, 2017, 6:14 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools

The 7th and 8th graders have been working on graphing on the coordinate plane. To begin the week, they practiced using coordinates by playing battleship using a Cartesian grid. Later in the week they practiced using a life size battleship Cartesian grid, in which they placed their bodies on the grid as ships, and had to call  out coordinates that corresponded to coordinates. If they were hit a water balloon was popped over their head. Throughout the week they worked on a scavenger hunt in which they had a map of the school on a Cartesian grid, they had clues which included one step equations, number lines, absolute value, and graphing coordinates that led them to their coordinates that they had to graph on the school grid which corresponded to a room number where they found a puzzle piece, the group that completed the puzzle first won the scavenger hunt.

Welcome to Hogwarts!

posted Jun 8, 2017, 6:11 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools

In Mrs. Donnalley's Welcome to Hogwarts class students made dragons eggs (pictured below) using alum, water, eggs, and food coloring. After painting the inside of an egg shell with glue and coating it with alum powder (found in most grocery stores alum is used in some pickling recipes) students let them dry overnight. Then next students mixed one cup of almost boiling water, half a cup of alum, and a food color of their choice. Students stirred the mixture until all the alum is dissolved and placed their egg in the mixture. 

The next day we examined our eggs to see the crystals that had grown overnight! In this class we also made our own wands, made some food from the books, we were sorted into our American houses, and watched the movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

Elementary students travel to water park!

posted Jun 8, 2017, 6:07 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools

Cabool Elementary students went to Willow Springs Water Park for their field trip this week. Approximately 150 students and staff were able to enjoy a private swim from 9-11 AM and enjoyed all the park had to offer. Students also enjoyed lunch at the park after their swim day.

Activities abound for Cabool Elementary students!

posted Jun 8, 2017, 6:05 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools

Students in Mrs. Pearson’s reading groups have been doing some fun activities and interventions to sharpen their reading skills. Kindergarten played Word Memory. First graders used word mats to create consonant/vowel/consonant (cvc) words. Second and third graders completed an activity using cereal boxes to work on word skills.

Second Grade Center time focused on 5 centers as students rotated the centers. The centers contained many learning activities including the following: (1) the Creativity Center; (2) Reading center; (3) Writing Center; (4) Math Center; (5) and Teacher Center. Learning center activities ranged from using white boards to create sentences, working with tangrams and geometric shapes, and learning about the country of Ireland.

Third graders in Mrs. Smith’s class have been creating items with basic household items in the science center. Playdough was student made and separated with a focus on math skills which including measurement/using scales.

Cheerleading Try-Out Results

posted May 30, 2017, 7:09 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools   [ updated May 30, 2017, 7:15 AM ]

Here are the results from the judges. Thanks for all your hard work ladies! 

Olivia Weller

Elizabeth Turpin

Irish Pitt

Kynzi Hall

Tana Supancic

Lydia Randleman

Mel Snyder

Adrian Roberts

Dalila Cannon

Mya Buck

Cheyenne Stout

Madison Donnalley
Junior Varsity 

Autum Barnett 

Breona Stewart 

Gabriella Mayberry 

Sam Carson 

Danielle Warren 

Autum Sigears

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