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What Makes a Bully? Cavitt Students Lend a Voice

Bella Khor

November 9, 2016

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Bullies are people-- even adults, not only students in junior high, or high school, or elementary school-- that everyone knows about. Since elementary school, school have been trying to prevent and end bullying. Cavitt stu...

Effects of Littering on Our Campus

November 8, 2016

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Here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t litter on your campus or just in general. Since we live near Folsom lake, the trash that kids leave can be swept by the wind and carried to the reservoir and the trash starts polluting ...

Sorrowful Cyberbullying: How You Can Help

Charlotte Que

November 8, 2016

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Bullying is a serious problem in California, but with the development of cyberbullying, bullying can become even more humiliating.  Everything online is open for anyone to see, so bullying has become even more hurtful than befor...

Littering and the Law

Ryan Bousfield

November 8, 2016

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If you throw trash on the ground at Cavitt, you may think nothing of it, but your trash starts to build up. Eventually your trash becomes a major problem so, the smallest piece of trash becomes something huge, as littering wi...

The Right Choice

Caitlin Jensen

November 8, 2016

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On Thursday, October 27th, 8th graders traveled to Olympus Jr. High School. At Olympus, your Cowboys were educated on the Right Choice Program, a program that educates young teens on how drug use can affect you mentally, and ph...

Strategies when Dealing with Bullies

Eden Radler

November 8, 2016

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Bullying is a huge problem in the U.S. that leaves some students feeling angry, depressed, and sometimes scared.  Bullying is when someone continues to pick on someone else repetitively, and it can be done physically or verba...

Fund Run Pancake Runners

October 12, 2016

Filed under News, Showcase

Great job running the ESF Fund Run Cavitt Cowboys!  While I did not have any challengers for the 10k pancake challenge, 19 of you beat my per mile time and I am inviting you to have chocolate chip pancakes in room 9 at 7:15 am...

ESF Fund Run Details

Ryan Bousfield

September 27, 2016

Filed under News, Uncategorized

  On Sunday, October 2, 2016, the ESF Fund Run kicks off at Granite Bay High School (GBHS). With plenty of excitement and fun, this outstanding event is going to be the eighth annual ESF Fund Run. Each run (10K, 5K, 1 mi...

Think Before You Click

Bella Khor and Charlotte Que

September 7, 2016

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  James Munton: Think Before You Click By Bella Khor and Charlotte Que   Cavitt Jr. High, students and staff, were immediately entranced on August, Tuesday 28, by Mr. James Munton; he had come to Cavitt to en...

Cowboy Rally Rocks

September 7, 2016

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Rockin’ Cowboy Rally By Ryan Bousfield, Zane Lynch, AJ Parsons, and Nathan Sahlberg   Exciting, amazing, and energetic are words that describe the Cowboys’ first rally to start off the year! The outstanding rally...

Europe Trip: A Fun Way to Explore New Places

Izzie Winger, Staff Writer

June 4, 2016

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From June 14th-23rd, 2016, 33 people from Olympus and Cavitt Junior HIgh School will be going to Italy for ten days in Europe by plane after school ends. The trip is going to many locations including Rome, Florence, and Venice. ...

Yearbook video

Lexi Ward, Staff Writer

June 4, 2016

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Every year, the entire student body gets to watch a video yearbook in the gymnasium at the end of the year. History teacher Mr. Woodland, has been running video yearbook for 20 years. They don’t make it every year but most ...

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