Get ready for take-off on Monday, March 1st! Our departure will begin around 8:35am on flight READ2021. Our pilot, Mr. Ford, and his cabin crew have finalized all the details and are excited for the adventures ahead. Reading Month Theme: Travel Through the Genres Monday's dress-up day: DRESS LIKE A TOURIST! Pull out those old t-shirts from past family vacations, your Disney ears, or get creative and check out tourist ideas online! Shout-Outs: A huge thank you to our two 8th grade students, Ava Kemnitz and Ariana Thebeau, for writing the script for Monday's kick-off event!
about 1 month ago, Amber Jonasson
Book Fair Sponsorship: Please make checks out to Cavalier Public School. Sorry for the confusion.
about 1 month ago, Beth Kennedy
Become a book sponsor and give the gift of reading. Remember the thrill of getting a brand new book as a child? Cracking open the pages, ready to dive into whatever story lay ahead? Many students may goes years without owning a new book. By becoming a book sponsor, you can change that. Now you can give that same thrill to a student at Cavalier Public School during our Scholastic Book Fair. A donation of $15 is suggested to allow a student the opportunity to purchase a book(s) at the book fair during the week of March 1-4. If you’d like to sponsor a child(ren), please send/drop off your donation to the school office or Mrs. Kennedy by Monday, March 1. Accounts will be set up for students in need. Thank you for your generosity.
about 1 month ago, Beth Kennedy
Cavalier brought 2 teams to the 2020-2021 Walsh-Pembina Counties Jr. High Academic Olympics Competition held in Grafton on February 23. Both teams did very well, and one team brought home the championship trophy! Congratulations to Logan Werner, Cyrus Kendall, Jonas Kuhn, Ava Kemnitz, Anja Schluchter, and Devi Murray on your outstanding performance and for bringing the traveling trophy back to Cavalier!
about 2 months ago, Autumn Bennett
JH Academic Olympics Champions team 2 2021
JH Academic Olympics team 1 2021
SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR IN-PERSON SHOPPING March 1-3: 3:30-5:30 PM March 4: 3:30-8:00 PM Please use Door #3 *masks required ONLINE SHOPPING: February 24-March 9
about 2 months ago, Beth Kennedy
Scholastic Book Fair
The Cavalier Tornadoes Girl's Basketball team will be playing in the Region 2 Girl's Basketball tournament semifinals tonight versus Grafton. Game time is 6:00 pm. We will doing a fire truck send off at 3:15 today through the city of Cavalier.. Please cheer loud and support this outstanding team as they advance on in Regional play.
about 2 months ago, Sandy Laxdal
The Cavalier Tornadoes Girl's Basketball team will playing in the Region 2 Girls Basketball tournament today at 2:30 pm. We will be doing a fire truck sendoff throughout the town of Cavalier starting @ 11:15 am this morning.. Please show your support for the Lady Tornadoes as they make their mark in the post-season and take on the Thunder this afternoon.. Good Luck and GO TORNADOES!!
about 2 months ago, Sandy Laxdal
about 2 months ago, Rocky Fredericksen
Tickets for Monday's Regional GBB game vs Hatton-Northwood will be for sale on Sunday, February 21 from 5:30-6:30 PM at the school by door #1. Pre-sales are encouraged as a limited number of tickets will be available at the gate. Tickets are $10.
about 2 months ago, Jason Muth
2nd Grade drew Love Monsters and added all the things they love. The talking monsters were created with ChatterPix. Enjoy!
about 2 months ago, Amber Jonasson
The Girls BB team will be hosting PRFL in a Region Play-in game Friday night in Cavalier starting at 7:00. No ticket or voucher is needed to attend. Admission is $7.00/adults and $5.00 for students-prices set by NDHSAA. The game will be live-streamed on the NFHS network. IF we win this game, we will qualify for the Region Tournament which starts this Monday, February 22nd at the Betty in Grand Forks. We would be playing in the Afternoon session. Again IF we win, we are being asked to pre-sell tickets for admission to our session (Afternoon only). We will have them after the game Friday and hope to sell as many as we can at the conclusion of the Play in game. We do have to return any unsold tickets to the Betty on Sunday Night. Tickets are $10.00/each. There should be some tickets available at the door, but Tournament management is using this presale of ticket method to eliminate large crowds in the lobby, and this will guarantee you admission to this session. If my information is correct, you will then have to pre-buy any tickets for future sessions of the tournament before you leave on Monday. If you have any questions, please contact us at the school. Sandy Laxdal, Mechelle Erlendson AD, Cavalier Public School
about 2 months ago, Sandy Laxdal
Mark your calendars! The Book Fair is Coming: March 1st-4th! 😁 πŸ™Œ πŸŽ‰ πŸ“š πŸ“š πŸ“š πŸ“š πŸ“š
2 months ago, Beth Kennedy
Book Fair
Mrs. Hay's class played 99 on the 100th day. It's a good card game of strategy and practicing addition skills
2 months ago, Bridget Hay
Congratulations to these students for being selected to perform in the North Dakota All-State music ensembles! Band: Carsen Lindsay - trombone Choir: Brightley Allred, Lily Crosby - both soprano 1 The ensembles consist of the top high school musicians in the state of North Dakota. These students worked very hard preparing for their auditions and their hard work has paid off! Congratulations on this huge accomplishment!
2 months ago, Brianna Meissner
Students Selected
A reminder: Please wear your BE KIND shirts tomorrow
2 months ago, Jeff Manley
Congratulations PCN Grizzlies wrestling on sweeping both the Region 2 Dual team title last weekend and the Region 2 Invitational Title today! Great work wrestlers, coaches, parents, and fans!
2 months ago, Jeff Manley
Region 2 wrestling champions
Here is the broadcast link for tonight's BBB game between the Tornadoes and HCV. We hope you enjoy! LINK:
3 months ago, Rocky Fredericksen
Dollars for Scholars fundraiser starts tonight! Link for more information:
3 months ago, Jeff Manley
At this time, Cavalier Public School plans to continue with staff and students wearing masks while in the building, on the bus, and at athletic activities. We will take short breaks when distanced and continue to evaluate numbers in our city and county.
3 months ago, Jeff Manley
A letter is being sent home with every student today regarding this change as well. Back in December, our district decided to incorporate a weekly Wednesday early dismissal to assist staff with the extra workload of serving students on quarantine as well as face-to-face. With the continued low numbers affecting our school district over the past several weeks, we will be discontinuing the early weekly dismissals after January 13th. At this time, the district will continue with our regular school calendar for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. We WILL have our regular scheduled early dismissals on February 10th, March 10th, and April 14th as planned. Keep in mind that this could change over the upcoming months. If close contact and positive cases of coronavirus drastically affect our student and staff population as they did in November, we may need to implement the weekly Wednesday early dismissal again. If so, we will notify all families by Noon on Mondays of any changes via our school app, social media, text, and phone message. Again, we plan to follow our regular calendar the remainder of the school year. Please contact us at the school if you have any questions.
3 months ago, Jeff Manley