Assuming that the average fair market value of a home within the Cabool R-IV School District is $100,000 and that a typical family of four has two vehicles (three to four years old), the following calculation produces the cost associated with the $1.25 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation increase:
Home of $100,000: $100,000 x 19% Assessed Value / 100 x $1.25 = $237.50
Two cars worth $5,000 each: $10,000 x 33.33% Assessed Value / 100 x $1.25 = $41.66
This totals $279.16 a year or $23.26 a month.
**Please see the attached PDF for Cost Tables.**
The Cabool High School Music Department will host a "dinner and a show" on Saturday February 25th at 6:00 pm
in the High School FEMA shelter. The show is styled after the tonight show starring Jimmy Falon featuring several tonight show favorite skits and performances by the chs band and show choir. On the menu will be spaghetti, garlic bread and apple crisp prepared by chef Leslie Homer. Following the event there will be a pie auction ran by volunteer Hank Grossenbacher. Tickets are $15 per couple in advance and are available from band and choir members, or by calling music director Wendy Inman at 962-3153 ext. 313. This event is sponsored by the Cabool Music Boosters, all proceeds will go directly to the music department. Come have a great meal, fun entertainment, and support our growing music program!!
Cabool High School will be hosting the weeklong Class 3, District 10 tournaments for boys’ and girls’ teams, starting Saturday, February 18.
The girls’ teams will compete on Saturday, February 18; Wednesday, February 22; and Saturday, February 25. Competition for the boys’ teams will be on Monday, February 20; Tuesday, February 21; Thursday, February 23; and Saturday, February 25.
Teams competing will be Ava, Cabool, Conway, Houston, Liberty, Licking, Mtn. Grove and Willow Springs.
Saturday’s schedule for girls’ teams includes Licking vs. Conway at 1:00 p.m.; Liberty vs. Mtn. Grove, 2:30 p.m.; Houston vs. Cabool, 4:00 p.m.; and Willow Springs vs. Ava, 5:30 p.m.
Winners from the first two games will play Wednesday, February 22, at 6:00 p.m. followed by a game featuring the winners of the Houston/Cabool and Willow Springs/Ava games.
The girls’ championship game will be Saturday, February 25, at 5:00 p.m.
The boys’ competition starts Monday, February 20 with Mtn. Grove vs. Houston at 6:00 p.m., followed by Conway vs. Cabool at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, February 21, Licking will play Willow Springs at 6:00 p.m., followed by Liberty vs. Ava at 7:30.
The winners from Monday night will play in games on Thursday, February 23, at 6:00 and 7:30 p.m.
The championship game for the boys’ division will be Saturday, February 25, at 6:30 p.m.
Tournament admission is $5.00 for persons age six and over.
FBLA members competing at recent district contests included, front row from left, Alyssa Matherly, Sierra Jarrett, Lyndsey Carr, Adrian Fleetwood and Marissa Mathews; second row, Duncan Stack, Tara Scott, Caleb Manning, Adam Block, Dylan Ficken, Logan Miller and Joshua Reese; back row, Jaydra Johnson, Kelsey Goad, Andrew Taylor, Dallas Palmer, Dalton Carder and Forest Swisher. Not pictured is Collin Emery.
Activities at the CHS gym February 3 also included performances by the Future Cheerleaders and by the CHS basketball cheerleaders and victories by both the JV and varsity Bulldogs.
The Cabool High School basketball cheerleaders held a Future Cheerleaders program for youngsters last week. Sixty-six participants flooded the CHS gym floor at halftime of the February 3 junior varsity boys' game with Willow Springs and showed what they had learned before a large crowd of family and basketball fans.
Cabool High School will crown the 2017 Hoop Queen during ceremonies between the junior varsity and varsity boys’ basketball games Friday night at the CHS gym. This year’s court includes, front row from left, junior class attendant Kinley Tucker and sophomore class attendant Tayla Whittle; back row senior class candidates Shay Saladin, Hannah Randleman and Kelsey Goad and freshman class attendant Katlynn Ellison.
A work session of Cabool Board of Education will be held Monday, February 6, at 6:30 p.m. in the library of Cabool Middle School on Rogers Avenue.
The purpose of meeting will be for architect and Board of Education to go through final details of projects and final estimated budget numbers associated with all facilities targeted for improvement in the April 4 ballot issue.
This is an open meeting and the public is invited.
Five members of the Cabool High School 2016 volleyball team were recognized with Academic All-State nominations.
To be nominated, a player must have obtained a cumulative grade point average of 3.6 or higher on a 4.0 scale during the 2016 fall season.
Receiving Academic All-State nominations were freshman Grace Shockley, sophomores Jaydra Johnson and Lyndsey Carr, and seniors Kelsey Goad and Alyssa Matherly.
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