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Cavitt Students Take Part in CJSF

Sydney Woodford, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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The state of California has a program called CJSF. The program is for junior high students in California, and it stands for California Junior Scholarship Federation.   Cavitt Junior High has a branch of the program.  Mrs. Laurin an...

Amplify Is the New English Program

Sydney Woodford, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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Amplify is the new website that English teachers at Cavitt, Olympus, and the sixth grade classes are using this year. English teachers are trying to use it to teach one story per trimester. The website Amplify offers stories to read. ...

Many Students Love the Cavitt Book Club

Gab Doss, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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“People should join book club because it’s not just reading books,” says Yasmeen Ali, a member of book club. “It’s also about having fun with friends and playing games.”  Students meet in the library for book club ea...

Cavitt Holds Earthquake Drill

Zach De'Raps, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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The Great California ShakeOut is an annual opportunity to practice how to be safer during an earthquake. The ShakeOut encourages schools to practice emergency preparedness and create a safe place to avoid serious injury.  Cavi...

Library Holds Contests

Elle Danielson, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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Our library has a wide variety of contests and activities that former librarian and current Cavitt secretary Mrs. Wilson has put on, and an interview with her gave us an insight on her backgrounds and what she expects will happe...

Fire Victims Surprised by Cavitt‘s Generous Donations

Ally Bader, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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In early October, many deadly fires began to burn in Northern California. 140,000 acres were destroyed and thousands of families have evacuated as the fires continue to demolish towns. As people were forced to evacuate, they only...

Mrs. Wilson Is Leaving the Library and Is Now Secretary

Nathan Sahlberg, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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Mrs. Wilson, the librarian, is leaving the library and is the new secretary in the office, since Mrs. Campo left to go to the district office. Mrs. Wilson said she chose the job because she loves this campus, and that she wou...

Cowboy Council Establishes Plans for Halloween

Gina Musso, Staff writer

November 2, 2017

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Cavitt is having a very eventful day on Halloween. Mr. Wilson and the student council group set up some fun activities for the school that everyone will have fun with. This year they decided to have a costume contest. The categories...

Students Learn a Lot in Media Class

Shea Cook, Staff writer

November 2, 2017

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Cavitt’s media class is taught by Mr. Woodland during first period, students  learn how to make videos for CTV. Without them, CTV wouldn’t run as smoothly as it does now. The class is very busy, because of all of the production that th...

Behind the Scenes of CTV

Nathan Sahlberg, Staff writer

November 2, 2017

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Every morning, CTV goes on air for the school, informing the school about important information. Mr. Woodland, an eighth grade history teacher as well as the media teacher, runs CTV every day in his classroom, room 18. But doe...

.io Games Have Been Banned in the Computer Lab

Daniel Falk, Staff writer

November 1, 2017

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On Oct. 5, the very trendy and fun .io games were banned in the computer lab. “They were not very educational and some students were getting a little crazy.” said computer technician Mrs. Fode. In the computer lab w...

Red Ribbon Week Emphasizes Goal To Be Drug-Free

Zach De'Raps, Staff writer

November 1, 2017

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Red Ribbon Week is a nationwide program that takes place in October. The goal is to educate kids and have them pledge to remain drug free. Mr. Wilson, one of the Cowboy Council advisors who helped organize this year’s program,...

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