Cascade High School News
CHS Drama Club -- The Odd Couple
The weekend of October 26th and 27th, the Cascade High School Drama Club produced its first full-length play, "The Odd Couple: Female Version". The kids worked hard over a 6 week period to learn different blocking techniques, as well as building characters. Most of the students have only been in a musical, which is very different than a complete full-length dialogue play. Overall, they had a great time during the show and hope that in the future they can draw a new crowd into the PAC. They are looking forward to working on the upcoming musical "Mary Poppins" in April and maybe a dinner show soon after.
Thanksgiving Break will be November 25-29. There will be no school that week. We hope everyone enjoys this week off for the holiday!
The next Cascade High School PTO Meeting will be Tuesday, November 5th at 6:30 p.m. in the Cascade High School Media Center.
CHS Spell Bowl Team
The Mighty Spelling Cadets had a stunning victory at the Area Spell Bowl competition at Danville High School. The Cadets battled Brownsburg, Avon, Danville, North Putnam, Lebanon, and Cloverdale. Not only did the Cadets place first in the Class 3 teams, but they also placed first in the overall scores.
Cascade Community Trick or Treat Night
Cascade High School hosted the 4th annual Cascade Community Trick or Treat Night on Monday, October 28th. Staff from all of our schools and students from CMS and CHS handed out candy and hosted games for over 300 students in Pre-K through Grade 5 in a safe and comfortable environment in the Cascade High School gym. Thank you to all of the staff and students who helped bring smiles to so many faces! Over $130 was donated to Riley Hospital for Children!
Hendricks County Community Foundation
The Hendricks County Community Foundation provides support for all citizens of Hendricks County. The foundation supports many student scholarships earned by our students. They would like your help in diagnosing needs in Hendricks County that they can help address. They are asking as many residents as possible in our county to fill out an anonymous survey of potential areas of need in our county. The survey is attached. Please consider participating in this survey.
9th Grade Field Trip to Indiana State University
The freshman class of Cascade High School traveled to Indiana State University on October 30th. Students attended an admissions presentation and toured the campus. Our freshmen were able to gain knowledge about the college pathway and campus life.