Elementary music and dance classes at CAST collaborated together to put on an outstanding practice performance! Dr. Irwin’s third, fourth and fifth-grade music students played
Kindergarten students at CAST met their WIG – or Widely Important Goal! Students set the goal of “walking in a straight, quiet line with no
CAST teachers and staff, with help from the Leader in Me’s Culture Crew on campus, designated a spot in the main office to recognize
First graders in Ms. Smith’s class designed and constructed their own constellations as a culminating Stop & STEAM event after their unit of learning about
Kindergarteners at CAST listened to the story “The Rainbow Fish” and then completed a story map together to find the characters, setting, and major events.
CAST sixth and seventh graders in Mr. Reiher’s Media Arts class worked on their technical writing skills. They are working on crafting the structure of
CAST held their first Leader in Me Family Basics Kickoff Virtual night on Facebook Live! Students then enjoyed an interactive Nearpod with video presentations created
CAST eighth graders in Mrs. Dayton’s pre-algebra class integrated art appreciation into their practice of solving pairs of simultaneous linear equations. Students first observed works
Mrs. Gamez’s virtual first graders at CAST listened to “The Dot” then created their own artistic interpretation of a dot. Students then shared a personal
Kindergartners and first graders in Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Benton’s class at CAST constructed safe and warm shelters for an arctic animal of their choice
Congratulations to Sienna Lawrence, sixth grader and Mr. Cruz, Visual Arts teacher at Creative Arts Academy! Sienna placed as a runner-up in the “Art in
Ms. Cruz’s seventh graders worked on a web quest to discover more about different types of rocks, characteristics of rocks, and the process of weathering.