Cabool Elementary School has begun its Wednesday Walk With program, part of Cabool Healthy Schools Healthy Communities. Last week’s guest for Wednesday Walk With was Trooper Mark Philpott from the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
He spoke briefly with the students about the importance of staying active and healthy, then walked a lap around the playground with each grade level. The students very much enjoyed interacting with this special guest.
The show is located at the high school gym and is open to the public today (Thursday) from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Friday, 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.; and Saturday, 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Just one of the many original works on display through Saturday
at the district art show at the CHS gym. (Submitted photo)
The demonstration exposed students to the physiological and anatomic relationships of the major organ systems of the human body and described to them how those systems can be affected by disease. Students enrolled in the anatomy and physiology class at CHS had the opportunity to attend.
“This was a once-in-a-lifetime experience and I believe that this was an amazing learning activity for the students,” CHS science teacher Brian Thiele said. “We would like to thank the administration for allowing the students to attend. We would also like to thank Mrs. (Allison) Howe for helping sponsor the trip.”
One focus of the demonstration was the fact that the body consists of numerous organ systems that are interrelated. The function and interaction of these systems is closely regulated. In basic terms, disease results in system deregulation. Finally, disease in one organ system will inevitably negatively impact other organ systems.”
The 2017 track athletes at Cabool High School are, front row from left, Shawn Smith, Thomas Bye, Austin Parsons, Jessica Johnson, Candice Hovey and Adam Block; middle row, Coach Jamminy McCrosky, Anthony Hunt, Hayden Casper, Dallas Palmer, David Jelken, Daniel Brown, Garrett Barnett, James Scott and Coach Cody Poe; back row, Collin Emery, Cecil Elliott, Kenton Coonts, Damion Gould, Elizabeth Turpin and Skylar McKee.
Registration for prekindergarten and kindergarten class for 2017-18 will be held Tuesday, May 9, at the high school gym from 8:50 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Children must be four years of age as of August 1, 2017 to register for prekindergarten or five years of age as of August 1, 2017 to register for kindergarten.
To register a child, you must bring the child’s original birth certificate, current shot record, and proof of residency (lease, rental agreement, utility bill, medical bill, deposit receipt, or driver’s license; documents should clearly indicate parent or guardian’s name). Also, if applicable, court documents showing proof of guardianship, divorce decree, Division of Family Services placement, foster care, etc.
To set up an appointment to register a child, contact elementary school secretary Debra Moore at 962-3153.
Cabool Board of Education on Monday evening gave approval for Shockley to attend the conference July 2-6.
Shockley will compete in the Interpersonal Communications category with her STAR Event Project Body Image. She qualified with her project at regional competition held March 19-21.
STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) Events are competitions in which members are recognized for proficiency and achievement in chapter and individual projects, leadership skills and career preparation.
Shockley is also the president of the CHS FCCLA Chapter.
Members of the seventh and eighth grade baseball team this spring are, front row from left, Bradley Kidwell, Eli Garner, Ty Jones, Brighton Hutson, Braxton Davis, Andrew Evans and Ryan Chick; middle row, Jesse Hale, Jacob Doucette, Jakob Ellison, Colby Anderson, Payton Byerley, Quincy Flanagan and Logan Primanzon; back row, Weston Reese, Trevor Atkins, William Johnson, Cole Reese, Edward Swisloski, Jacob Shockley, and Kaevin Jackson.
The March Kiwanis Terrific Kids at Cabool Elementary School were announced last Thursday.
See all the honorees on Page 13 of the April 6 Cabool Enterprise.
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