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Yearbooks To Be Distributed June 5

Tryten Platt, Staff writer

May 30, 2018

On Tuesday June 5th, Cavitt students will receive their reserved annual yearbook in their sixth period class. The main producer of the yearbook was Mr. Cook’s second trimester yearbook class; the third trimester publicat...

Talent Show Is Coming

Colton Snyder, Staff writer

May 30, 2018

Picture this, you’re up on a stage performing your favorite song with people watching in awe as you hit every single note perfectly. You finish your song and you look up to see not just your parents crying, but some other people i...

Fortnite Grows in Popularity with Students

Tyler Williams, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

Fortnite Battle Royale is a 100-person PvP game, and it’s popularity has grown over the past few months. The game has added many more features to appeal to everyone. A Battle Royale game is where you drop into a map, and start wit...

Book Club Offers Movies, Potlucks, T-Shirts … and Books

Malia, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

On March 15, the Book Club went to see A Wrinkle in Time at Century Roseville 14 in XD. After seeing the movie,  Cavitt Book Group read A Wrinkle in Time, and on Tuesday, April 24, they are having a potluck for it. “At a potluck, w...

Cowboy Crew: A Program for Everybody

Tryten Platt, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

School counselor Mrs. Laurin hosts Cowboy Crew in room 9 every Tuesday and Thursday during lunch. Cowboy Crew is a spectacular way for the special needs students to interact with other students. Types of things that occu...

TOPSoccer Helps Kids with Special Needs Play Soccer

Ryan McCabe, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

Buddies run around with kids with disabilities on green grass with a blue sky on April 13. These buddies are helping disabled kids be active and familiar with a sport so they can be outside and have fun. Every Friday from...

Time Spent on Homework Can Vary

Mel Lyle, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

On the average school night, students at Cavitt spend anywhere from 15 minutes to two and a half hours working on homework. One of the reasons why students may have more homework on some nights than others is because a student...

Upcoming 7th graders visit Cavitt

Luke Song, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

On April 9, the sixth graders from Ridgeview Elementary School visited Cavitt Junior High to see how their new middle school works. Mrs. Platt, Cavitt’s principal says, “the tour impacts the sixth graders very positively ...

7th Graders Apply for WEB

Mel Lyle, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

On April 11, all seventh graders who applied for WEB, Where Everyone Belongs, were interviewed by current WEB leaders with teachers watching in the gym. There were about 80 students total. “This is our third year doing WEB,” stat...

Jazz Band Earns ‘Superior’ Honor at Gold Country Jazz Festival

Malia, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

Gold Country Jazz, is a jazz festival that occurred at Ponderosa High School on Saturday and Sunday, April 14-15. Performers from different schools usually only play for a few hours, but the festival lasts for two days. Middle ...

Cavitt Takes CAASPP Testing

Ryan McCabe, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

Cavitt students are taking CAASPP tests on April 25 through May 25. In seventh grade you take the Math and English-Language Arts tests, and in eighth grade you have to take Science, Math, and ELA.   There are different days ...

New Fountain Counts on Saving Water

David Fayer, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

A new water fountain was put in to replace an older model outside of the library.  This fountain was designed to make filling up your water bottle easier. Our principal, Ms. Platt, collaborated with district maintenance to run el...

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