Tomorrow starts our last week before semster break. Student Council is hosting a schoolwide dress up week. Show your holiday spirit by dressing up in flannels tomorrow :)
3 months ago, Danielle Hanson
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Come out to the Boys Basketball game on Thursday and go home with some Pie!
3 months ago, Jonathan Moquist
Pie Auction
HS/MS Band and Choir concert is about to go LIVE. https://www.youtube.com/live/ZJIjz2Yk37k?si=gdtEunAh0vmJaAU9
3 months ago, Jason Muth
Tonight's Cavalier School Bands and Choirs Concert will be streamed on the school YouTube channel, Tornado Watch, as well as being open to the public for a free live concert at the HS Gym starting at 7pm. Tune in or stop in and enjoy some beautiful holiday music from our students
3 months ago, Autumn Bennett
Seniors are studying about our government in Problems of Democracy and get to try their hand at legislating as they participate in the House of Representatives & Senate in a Mock Congress. Students are getting first hand experience at how hard it is to get a bill from idea to "law" as they consider potential ideas to improve our school. Only time will tell if these students can get their bills through both houses of "Congress" and to Mr. Moquist's desk!!
3 months ago, Jonathan Moquist
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Due to impending weather this evening, the Boys Jr. High Basketball game has been cancelled. The Junior Varsity and Varsity games will still take place, but the JV Game will start at 5:00pm with varsity to follow.
3 months ago, Mitch Greenwood
Santa's elves are busy glazing cupcakes in the art room.
3 months ago, Ann Lindner
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Cavalier's Bands and Choirs Concert will be held at 7pm on Monday, December 11 in the Cavalier High School Gym. Band students should be in the band room with instruments by 6pm, Choir students should be to the band room by 6:30 to warm up. 5th Grade Band will play first.
3 months ago, Autumn Bennett
Bands and Choirs Christmas Concert 2023
FBLA thanks everyone for their support with the Rada Cutlery Fundraiser! There is still time to buy! Place your order by December 9th to receive your products by Christmas! Click link to order - https://radafundraising.com?rfsn=7721927.aa09b7
3 months ago, Jason Muth
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Tonight's Elementary Holiday Concert will be streamed live on the Tornado Watch YouTube channel! Click the link below to tune in at 6:30 pm. https://www.youtube.com/live/V3jMV02aY4g?si=QVxdsixy6gIoTywz
3 months ago, Jason Muth
Come to the Elementary Concert on Monday, December 4th and get some Christmas goodies. Thank you to everyone supporting Dollars for Scholars!
3 months ago, Jonathan Moquist
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Congratulations to the following students who had their artwork accepted into a juried art show at Concordia College, Moorhead, MN: Piper Kendall for her ½ Face “Admiration” Drawing; Emersen Helgoe for her “Garry the Giraffe” Animal Stippling; Claire Hagen for her Scherenschnitte Paper Cutting; Jocelyn Anderson for her “Pink Wire Nike Shoe” Sculpture; And Colette Bellamy for her “Koi Fish” Acrylic Painting. For anyone traveling to the Fargo/Moorhead area and want to check out the art show, it is located in the Cyrus M. Running Gallery, Concordia College. Hours M-F 9-4:30pm, S 1-4pm beginning on December 6th. There will be a closing reception on Tuesday, January 16th from 5:00-6:30pm.
3 months ago, Ann Lindner
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Elementary Music Program will be held on Monday, December 4th at 7pm in the gym. Doors open at 6:20pm, student piano players will begin a prelude of holiday music by 6:40pm. PreK thru 5th grade will be singing to get you in the holiday spirit! Hope to see you there!
3 months ago, Mrs. Schroeder
5th Grade ELA classes finished their Hatchet novel study and related activities today. The students absolutely loved the book! At the end students created and presented projects such as designing a diorama of the setting, constructing a model plane of the one in the book, building a small scale raft that actually floats, among others. Today students participated in a Socratic seminar discussing different factors that were necessary to the main character's survival. The students did very well in all of the activities and had so much fun they asked to do it again and were thankful for the opportunity!
3 months ago, Chelsey Zaharia
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Please pick up your evergreen orders as soon as you can. They are sitting outside of the bus barn next to the parking lot and it's pretty windy out there! Happy Thanksgiving!
3 months ago, Jenna Kemnitz
Evergreen products are in and can be picked up by the bus barn tomorrow (Wed.) after school! They will be grouped and labeled by sellers. Please contact Jenna Kemnitz with any questions. Thank you to everyone who purchased items and donated to our playground!
3 months ago, Jenna Kemnitz
5th Grade ELA classes practiced responsible citizenry and wrote letters to save the horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park. We discussed the issue, reviewed sources, and wrote a formal argumentative essay to send to the park service. Some responses were sent in the mail, others were submitted via the online portal. The students really enjoyed an assignment that had a real-life meaning and had a connection to North Dakota!
3 months ago, Chelsey Zaharia
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Bank of North Dakota is offering FAFSA training for anyone who is interested. FAFSA is changing so please check this out. https://bnd.nd.gov/fafsa/
3 months ago, Andrew Gilbertson
Pembina County Public Health spoke to our 6th graders today about safely using medications and the health risks of smoking and vaping. Thank you for helping Cavalier students stay safe!
4 months ago, Jonathan Moquist
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Cavalier Dollars for Scholars is hosting a PJ day this Wednesday. We are asking for a free will donation (Minimum $1 Donation). All money raised will go to each grade's scholarship class fund when they graduate.
4 months ago, Jonathan Moquist
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