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Cavitt Gets a New Librarian

Tryten Platt, Staff writer

June 1, 2018

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When students came back from Thanksgiving Break, they were surprised to see a new librarian. The old librarian, Mrs. Wilson had moved to a new job in the office, and Mrs. Kudrimoti had became the new librarian. Mrs. Kudrimot...

Jonathan Webber’s Fun Trip to Rome

Vincent Vergara, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

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Jonathan Webber went on a very fun trip to Italy over spring break. He went to Rome and Florence, but he enjoyed Rome more than Florence. Webber really enjoyed his trip, and he said, “It was very interesting.”  He al...

Hannah Harrison: The Great Golfer

Asher Wright, Staff writer

May 3, 2018

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Eighth grader Hannah Harrison has a special talent for golfing, and she plays in some of the highest level tournaments possible. She started golfing when she was four years old and was very happy she started playing golf ear...

Cavitt Students Ride Away with Unique Talents

Clara Marks, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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Horseback riding is a sport that many students at Cavitt take part in. There is a variety of types of riding you can do. Many of the girls also started at different ages. Jordan O’Leary, a seventh grader, does three-day eventing. Thr...

A Cool Spin on Dance With Sasha and Addie

Shea Cook, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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Sasha Howard and Addie Swift both attend Dance Elite All-Stars, and do a mix of jazz, tap, hip-hop, lyrical, and musical theatre. They both joined the dance company about two years ago, and plan to keep dancing as long as they ...

Eighth Grader Is Skilled Trap Shooter

Trent Todd, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

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Cavitt eighth grader Chase Knieriem is a skilled trap shooter for Del Oro, and shoots very often. A friend of his got him into trap shooting. They had a conversation about trap shooting, then Knieriem tried it, and he has l...

Sisters Take Trip to The Last Frontier

Clara Marks, Staff write

November 2, 2017

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Eighth grader, Hannah Lang, and seventh grader, Skyla Lang, went to Alaska over the summer.  They joined their grandparents, cousins, and other siblings; however, their parents didn’t go along. They were there for a total of 7 days, from ...

Alexandra Lam Enjoys Tennis

Gab Doss, Staff writer

November 2, 2017

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Alexandra Lam is a great tennis player and thinks the school should add its own tennis team here at Cavitt. Lam started playing tennis since she was eight years old and has been playing ever since, and she is 12 now. It was h...

Mrs. Stanley Is the New 7th Grade Math Teacher

Trent Todd, Staff writer

October 3, 2017

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Mrs. Stanley is a very nice and interesting teacher to have. Mrs. Stanley came from Idaho where she taught junior high, and she said “all the students were potato farmers.” When she first moved here she taught at Sierra College. She taug...

New Teachers Come with New Curricula

Clara Marks, Staff writer

September 29, 2017

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Mrs. Randall is one of Cavitt’s new eighth grade English teachers. She previously taught at Dixon High School. Many students are likely to have her because she teaches every period except second. She wanted to become a teac...

New English Teacher Brings New Ideas to Cavitt

Ally Bader, Staff writer

September 29, 2017

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Mr. Fischer is a new English teacher this year for eighth graders at Cavitt. This is Fischer’s first year teaching on his own. He previously taught in Clovis as an assistant teacher, which he also enjoyed. Fischer say...

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