Cascade High School’s Purpose Statements

Students

1.      Challenge themselves to achieve their highest potential as independent learners and stretch their current academic ability.

2.      Engage in academic learning, begin to understand the relevance of their learning to real life, retain what is taught, and continue to be lifelong learners.

3.      participate in the culture and community at Cascade, holding each other accountable and feeling safe to learn.

 

Teachers

1.      Prepare students for lifelong learning by holding students accountable for self-directed learning in all courses through rigorous learning opportunities.

2.      Collaborate in order to improve their instruction and consistently take advantage of learning opportunities to provide students with the best skills for future success.

3.      Strive to connect with their students by being involved in school culture outside the classroom.

 

Parents and Community

1.      Are involved in every aspect of our school and are engaged in their children’s academic and extracurricular endeavors.

2.      Invest in Cascade students by mentoring, guest speaking, and providing internships.

3.      Utilize various means of communication such as the school website, access to student gradebook, phone calls, and social media to stay informed of their children’s academic progress and daily school activities.

 

School Structure

1.      Informs teachers and stakeholders in advance of all upcoming events to help plan optimal instruction and participation.

2.      Creates and utilizes alternate schedules to maximize instructional time while accommodating for memory-making activities and testing.

3.      Provides tools, such as meaningful professional development at the school level, for high-quality teaching.

4.      Ensures students possess study skills and resourcefulness in accessing study tools, while providing and protecting a productive study environment for students.

  
The Cascade FFA coordinated a Career and Technical Education (CTE) can food challenge at Cascade High School.  They challenged...

  
Twelve members of the Cascade FFA received their State FFA Degree in March.  This was the most degrees received in one year...

  
Cascade High School's Top Ten ( Actually 13) were recognized and served lunch at Riverbend Country Club. All the county's high...

  
Big Honor for Cascade High School Students!!

  
The Cascade High School Interact Club recently attended their district conference and was honored with several awards. Cascade...

  
FFA raises over $4,000 dollars!!!

  
Cascade High School Students auditioned and made the All-Midstate Band. They had an opportunity to participate in a clinic with...

  
Cascade High School  FFA of WARTRACE, Tennessee, name Two Star Chapter for 2015 National Chapter award by National...

  
Cascade High School’s Spanish Honor Society is teaming up with the Hispanic community through a program called “AMIGOS”....

  
    Cascade High School students recently competed in a regional HOSA competition and brought home many ribbons...

  
***2016 - Softball and Baseball schedule now posted***

  
AGRISCIENCE CLASS IS GROWING FEED HYDROPONICALLY The first period Agriscience class at Cascade High School is growing fodder...

  
  Rebeccah Leanne Brown has been an active member in the Cascade FFA chapter since her freshman year. Her Supervised Agriculture...

  
Haley Hollis has been an active member of the Cascade FFA chapter for four years, serving one year as chapter Vice President...

  
Cascade FFA Keeps Shelter Animals Warm for the Winter The Cascade FFA held a towel and blanket drive during the first week...

  
A BIG HONOR FOR ONE OF OUR VERY OWN CASCADE SENIORS!

  
The Cascade Art Club has taken on several projects in an effort to beautify our campus. They have worked on projects such as...

  
The Gamers’ Club is a club geared towards bringing fellow gamers together at Cascade High School.  The club provides...

  
See Haley's involvement in FFA!

  
See Katie's involvement in FFA!

  
Día de los Muertos The Spanish Club, Spanish I, and Spanish II teamed up to make a Día de los Muertos wall in...

  
Our Cascade High School Marching Band competed in the Columbia Invitational Band Competition and placed sixth out of 23 bands in...

  
Check out Mr. Swafford's beautiful Mullet!

  
Who DAT? It's Cascade High School student council members attend the SASC in Houma,LA.

  
 Marissa Countess received one of two SASC scholarships presented at the conference.  This is a great honor. ...

  
Mr. Spears'  Calculus Based Physics class performed an experiment on projectile motion. The students measured the drop...

  
WILL IT FLY????-

  
Guess what projectile won the competition!

  
See who has been a Cascade Student since their kindergarten year!

  
CASCADE FFA CONDUCTS ANNUAL FEED DRIVE On Saturday, September 26, 2015 the Cascade FFA conducted its annual feed drive...

  
A representative from the Art Institutes demonstrates Scallion-Cheese Corn Cakes for Mrs. Richardson's Nutrition class.

  
Mrs. Richardson's Lifespan class visits the "Stay and Play" daycare. The students were conducting naturalistic observations of...

  
Mrs. Richardson's Family Studies' students paid a visit to a kindergarten class at Cascade Elementary and assisted their students...

  
"Me gusto el dulce"

  
Spanish Honor Society's new members were inducted on Septmber 21,2015. These students have a G.P.A. of 3.50 or above. They promise...

  
The Cascade High School Class of 2019 have commited to graduating!!!

  
Cascade FFA participates in the Celebration All Youth Horse Judging contest. Twenty four members of Cascade FFA participated...

  
Brooke Felts won 3rd place in the Toys that Teach category!

  
Students showing off their gowning and gloving skills!!

  
Hail to the Queen!

  
The Cascade FFA held its first chapter meeting of 2015-2016 on August 20, 2015. There were 35 members and 10 guest in attendance,...