Events and News

Book Fair March 6th – 9th

Now is the time for the Cavett Spring Book Fair! Join us for our Happy Camper – S’More Fun with Books! event. All purchases benefit our school! Book Fair Dates: Monday, March 6 – Thursday, March 9, 2017 Shopping Hours: M-2:30-4:30, T-2:30-7:30, W-2:30-4:30, TH-2:30-7:30 If you’re all booked up during Book Fair week be sure […]

Science Fair Sign up

The CAVETT SCIENCE FAIR will be February 23rd, 2017. Check in and set up will be from 5:30 to 6:00, Judging will begin at 6:00 and will conclude around 7:30. Any student at Cavett in Kindergarten through fifth grade may register for the science fair. Students may work individually or may choose to work with […]

Box Tops Contest January 2017

Do You Want to Build a Snowman? Get ready for the next Box Tops Contest! Each Box Top submitted helps your grade’s snowman get bigger and bigger. Please submit your Box Tops to your grade during this contest which will run January 17th through February 17th. Click here for the collection sheet or submit them in […]

Curriculum Night Presentations

Some videos take a few moments to load so prepare to be patient. If you have any questions regarding the information presented, please contact your child’s classroom teacher. Thank you! Click here for Kindergarten Curriculum Night PowerPoint First Grade Curriculum Night Second Grade Curriculum Night Third Grade Curriculum Night Fourth Grade Curriculum Night Amend Stock Eckhout […]

Safety in Technology Events

Lincoln Public Schools will host six community events this fall centered around safety in technology and social media. LPS has partnered with Ryan Sothan of the Consumer Protection Division the State Attorney General’s office, a state leader in best practices for the use of technology for families and students.   LPS and Sothan have planned six events […]

Afterschool Clubs Information

Dear Cavett Families, Cavett Elementary School and PTO would like to invite you to participate in the Fall 2016 session of Cavett After School Clubs!  This program offers a variety of clubs to further enrich our students.  We hope that you will consider allowing your child the opportunity to participate in one of these wonderful options. […]

2016-2017 Voluntary Supply List

Nebraska Statutes guarantee that all schools provide a free, appropriate public education (FAPE). Lincoln Public Schools provides all the necessary basic supplies and equipment for students’ use in the classroom. Cavett teachers often purchase extra supplies to add to the materials available in the classroom or for special projects. If interested, students may bring extra […]

Free & Reduced Meal Application

As part of Lincoln Public Schools endeavor to make information easily accessible to families we are pleased to inform you that your students free & reduced eligibility notification letter will be provided to you on-line.  We believe that this will be a more effective and useful process for all our families, as well as serve […]

Safe Walk to School Night

Come roam the halls of Cavett and meet your teacher on Thursday, August 11th from 5:30 – 6:30 pm. 

Video: Cavett teacher honored based on student’s letter

Fifth-grade teacher Ed Aken and his student Will Jesske represented Cavett with extreme pride and confidence yesterday! Will’s letter – 1 out of 500 nominations – was chosen as 1 of 5 winners, and Mr. Aken was honored at a special breakfast at the Governor’s Mansion yesterday. Be sure to watch and take pride in […]

Scott April Parent Information Night

On Monday April 4th, Scott Middle School will host the parents of our incoming 5th grade students who will enter 6th grade this coming fall. Families with last names beginning with the letters A through L should arrive at 6:00 PM and those with last names beginning with the letters M through Z should arrive for […]

Care Packages for the Homeless – UPDATE

Thank you Cavett Community! After collections were sorted and bagged, 67 care packages were formed, along with many other miscellaneous items, to donate to the People’s City Mission . When the items were dropped off, the mission worker was speechless and had tears in his eyes. He couldn’t believe all of the items we were […]

Box Tops Contest

Jump Into Fall Box Tops and Labels Contest The Grade who Collects the Most Labels Wins 2 Extra RECESSES! Contest Dates: October 26th – November 20th Click here for more details.

Grade Level Curriculum Nights

August 20 – Second Grade 5:00 pm Click here for second grade powerpoint information. August 26 – Fifth Grade 5:00 pm August 27 – First Grade 5:00 pm Click here for first grade powerpoint information. September 3 – Third Grade 5:00 pm Click here for third grade powerpoint information. September 10 – Fourth Grade 5:00 pm Click […]

Summer Mailer

Did you miss the “Summer Mailer” version of the Cavett Comment? Click here to review important information for the beginning of the 2015 school year.

Activities and Resource Guide

Looking for something to do or need assistance? Click here to check out the Summer 2015 Activities and Resource Guide.

4th and 5th Growth and Development

Fourth and Fifth grade Students will be watching the Growth and Development Video on May 15th. If you would like to preview the 5th grade Growth and Development Video, this is available online. Go To LPS.ORG, search “Learn 360”. USERNAME: STUDENT ID and PASSWORD: STUDENT PASSWORD. Search “Growing up! For Girls” or “Growing up! For […]

Summer Athletics Clinics

Are your children interested in a summer camp? Check out the 2015 Summer Clinic Brochure! Stop by the office to pick one up or click here to view.

Walk @ Work “Week”

In an effort to promote family togetherness and a healthy lifestyle, the Cavett Wellness Team invites you to come to Cavett to Walk @ Lunch the Week of April 27th-May 1st. Please come join your child during their lunch recess and walk the Cavett track. Check the Cavett website for grade lunch/recess times. Tuesday, April 26th is a […]

Mayor’s Run

The 28th annual Mayor’s Run is Saturday, May 2nd, and it’s time for students who want to participate in this 1mile fun run to get signed up. The registration window is open, and individual entry fee is only $6.oo until April17th! Check your child’s Friday folder for an information sheet. Everything you want to know […]

Parent Survey

As components of the Connected Learning (CLASS) Plan are implemented across the district, LPS is again partnering with BrightBytes to use the Clarity survey. Clarity helps schools and districts profile technology use and assess preparedness to leverage technology to impact learning. We are reaching out to ask you to take part in a brief questionnaire […]

A Cause 4 Paws!

Annually, Cavett Student Advisory Board Members develop and present proposals for a community service project they would like our school to adopt. This year we had many creative and thoughtful proposals. In the end, the Student Advisory Board Members selected Cause 4 Paws. This proposal was created by Phoebe Ford and Abby Pinkelman. Cause 4 Paws will benefit […]

Cardinal Cards

Lincoln Public Schools is currently in a five-year plan to fully implement Positive Behavior Interventions and Support in all elementary, middle, and high schools. What is Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBiS)? From the OSEP Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports: School-wide PBiS is a decision making framework that guides selection, integration, and implementation of the […]

Summer Technology Program

Summer Technology Program Site The Lincoln Public Schools Summer Technology Program is provided for students entering grades 5 through 9 in the fall of 2015. The goal of the program is to provide upper elementary and middle level students a fun, exciting, and challenging opportunity to explore their interest in computers and technology. Click here for […]

Cans4Books

April is National School Library Month and it’s time for the 15th Annual Cans4Books. Help raise money for your school library by recycling your aluminum cans! Bring in cans April 1 – 30 to: A-Can Recycling, 3255 S. 10th Street or A & J Recycling, 3250 N. 20th Street. Click here for more information.

Light it up Blue

Next Thursday, April 2nd, is World Autism Awareness Day. “Light it Up Blue” is an annual event to raise awareness for autism. Wear your blue and raise awareness on Thursday, April 2nd!  

Spring Fundraiser

The PTO has partnered with the Chip Shoppe for a cookie dough reorder. Packets went home with students on Friday, March 20th. Orders are due back to Cavett no later than March 30th. Pick up of items will be April 20th at Cavett in the MPR. In addition to cookie dough, parents will have the […]

Heritage Night 3-26

Heritage Night is March 26th from 5:30 to 7:30. Everyone is invited to join us for an evening of food, art, music, dancing and fun! It is not too late to participate by sharing your traditional foods, clothing, arts/crafts, and artifacts.

Author Visit: Chad Morris

Author Chad Morris is coming to Cavett! Chad Morris is the author of The Cragbridge Hall series. His books include The Inventor’s Secret, The Avatar Battle and The Impossible Race. We are excited to have Chad visit Cavett Monday, March 16th at 2:00 in the multipurpose room. He’ll be presenting to our 3rd through 5th […]

Chicks Hatching!

Watch a video of chicks hatching in Mr. Bennett’s third grade classroom!  

Book Fair Hours

Visit the book fair March 2 – 5, 2015. Monday, 2:30-4:30 pm, Tuesday, 2:30-7:30 pm, Wednesday, 2:30-4:30 pm, Thursday, 2:30-7:30 pm.

Science Fair Photos

Did you miss the Science Fair?  Log in to Facebook to see the photos of all the wonderful science experiments done by our outstanding Students.  Thank you parents, Mrs. Takahashi, and all of the volunteers for making the 2015 Cavett Science Fair a success!  It’s never too early to start thinking about the 2016 science […]

Boxtops Winners!

The hot air balloon that soared the highest was…2nd Grade!! That last burst of hot air really shot them up! Congratulations to all the 2nd Graders!! And thank you to all the grades who donated all those box tops!! With over 12,000 box tops donated throughout this contest, Cavett is sure to soar to the […]

Congratulations Miles

Congratulations Miles Budzinski for taking 5th place at the annual LPS Spelling Bee! The annual LPS Spelling Bee is open to students grades 5-8 from elementary and middle schools across the school district. During more than two hours of competition, LPS spellers survived words such as whey, outrageous, eschew, neophyte, umami, bhangra and souchong. Way […]

Crazy Hair Day Photos

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Super Snack Power Challenge

Dear Cavett Families, We hope that 2015 is off to a great start for your student. Lincoln Public Schools district wellness is offering an opportunity for schools to focus on health through challenges. Our third quarter challenge is entitled The Super Snack Power Challenge. The goal of this challenge is to help students recognize the […]

Autism Support Group

Our first meeting for our Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Family Support Group at Cavett will be held Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 7 pm in the media center. Anyone that has been affecting by ASD or wanting to learn more about it is welcomed to attend. We will have a guest speaker come to discuss […]

Cavett After School Clubs

Click here for Class Descriptions  Registration is now closed.   Cavett Elementary School and PTO would like to invite you to participate in the spring session of Cavett After School Clubs!  This program offers a variety of clubs to further enrich our students.  Spring club offerings and information will be sent home in Friday folders […]

Valentine Party Planning

We love Valentine’s Day at Cavett!  Can you help us plan the upcoming Valentine’s Day parties for our students on February 13th?  Volunteers are needed to assist with planning of classroom Valentine’s Day Parties and also to supervise and assist the day of the party.  A committee meeting will be held on January 20th, 7:00 […]

Box Tops Contest

The next Box Tops contest is starting January 20th and runs through February 20th!! Help Cavett Soar to New Heights! Each grade will be represented by a hot air balloon. Each Box Top will equal one foot in the air that the balloon will float. The hot air balloon that soars the highest will win […]

Box Top Winners

Congratulations to the 4th Graders on winning the Cavett Box Top Bowl!! They won with 4,383 BoxTops, over 43 touchdowns!! The popcorn party will be held Friday, November 14th at 2:00. The popcorn will be from We-Be-Poppin and they have assured that only salt and corn oil are used in the processing of the white […]

Parent Survey

Calling all Cavett parents! Your input is needed. We are reaching out to ask you to take part in a brief questionnaire (approximately 5 minutes) that will help paint a clearer picture of technology use at at home. As components of the Connected Learning (CLASS) Plan are implemented across the district, LPS is again partnering […]

Liberty First Credit Union-OPEN!

On Wednesday, October 1st Cavett’s Liberty First Credit Union will officially re-open for all 2nd-5th grade students. Cavett Elementary and Liberty First Credit Union are excited to begin this joint partnership. The branch will be open every Wednesday afternoon (2:00-2:45) for 2nd-5th grade students to make deposits into their own savings account. On their very […]

Star Spangled 4-5th Graders

To celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner, honor September 11th, and prepare for Constitution Week next week, our fourth and fifth graders gathered to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, and to sing the Star Spangled Banner and the Preamble to the Constitution. Even though the celebration had to be moved indoors due […]

Student Serve Week

One of our mottos is Cavett Cares! We are so fortunate to be part of such a caring and giving community. Lincoln Public Schools students have developed an opportunity for all of us to give back to the school community, it is called Student Serve. Student Serve is a student-led, district-wide initiative committed to instilling […]

Grandparents’ Lunch Week of Sept. 8

In honor of Grandparent’s Day, students are encouraged to ask their grandparent or “grandfriend” to have lunch with them at school during the week of September 8th. A box lunch from Little King’s is available to order for grandparents/grandfriends for $6.00 (includes turkey sub, chips, cookie & water). Please return the form from your child’s […]

Updated: Curriculum Nights

Please plan to join us for grade level curriculum nights. All curriculum nights will start in the Multi-Purpose room at 4:00 pm. Kindergarten: Wednesday, September 10 1st Grade:Tuesday, September 2 2nd Grade: Wednesday, September 3 3rd Grade: Thursday, August 28 4th Grade: Wednesday, September 17 5th Grade: Thursday, September 4 Did you miss the curriculum […]

2nd Grade Butterflies

Second graders are learning about the life cycle of butterflies. They are eagerly waiting for the butterflies to emerge! We are hopeful they will emerge by the weekend. Watch the live video by clicking here.   (Please note you will have to log in to the Livestream site to see the video.)

First Week Schedule

School begins on Tuesday, August 12th. School will be dismissed an hour early (1:53 PM) the first week of school (Aug. 12-15). We encourage parents to wait to eat lunch with students until at least the 2nd week of school. This will provide ample time for all students to learn our lunchroom procedures.

Cafeteria News Update

New Meal Prices for 2014-15: Regular, Reduced price, Second serving (meal) Breakfast – $1.30, $.30, $2.00 Lunch – $2.35, $.40, $3.30 Adult Breakfast- $1.75 Adult Lunch – $3.30 Milk only – $.40 Breakfast will be served in the cafeteria at Cavett from 7:48-8:08 a.m. Students may enter the building for breakfast at 7:45 a.m. Students […]

Open House August 7

We are looking forward to meeting and greeting each of you at our Back to School Night/Open House on Thursday, August 7th. The school will be open for visits by parents and students from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Teachers will be in classrooms ready to see familiar faces and to begin the process of getting to know […]

First Day Procedures

On the first day of school, students should plan to enter the building at 8:08 a.m. when the entrance bell rings. Students are encouraged to enter through the door assigned to their grade level. (Kindergarten = Door #4; 1st grade—Door #19; 2nd grade = #11; 3rd grade #18; 4th grade = #15; 5th grade = […]

Calling all Kindergarten Parents

This video demonstrates some simple things parents of kindergartners can do at home to support the literacy development of their child. Chick here for a handout on ways to develop and practice literacy skills at home.

2014-15 Voluntary Supply Lists

Nebraska Statutes guarantee that all schools provide a free, appropriate public education (FAPE). Lincoln Public Schools provides all the necessary basic supplies and equipment for students’ use in the classroom. Cavett teachers often purchase extra supplies to add to the materials available in the classroom or for special projects. If interested, students may bring extra […]

Last Day Procedures

Dismissal on May 22nd is at our regular 2:53 p.m. time. Fifth graders have a recognition event in the MPR just before dismissal. Then Cavett 1st -4th graders will line hallways and 5th graders walk through the halls on their way to be dismissed through the front entrance. They will get lots of recognition for […]

Summer Glee Camp

Southwest “Glee” Show Choir Camp for incoming 5 – 9 th graders!!  If you love to sing and dance – SIGN UP! Fee includes snacks, 1 lunch, and a participation T-Shirt to be worn at the final concert. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Just a love of music and fun! Open to Students entering grades 5-9 for […]

Visual Arts Mentor Program

Each September Lincoln Public Schools accepts applications for the Visual Arts Mentor Program. This program is designed to serve students in Kindergarten through fifth grade. If you are interested in this program for your student, please collect art samples over the summer that provide evidence of high ability and interest in the visual arts. Items […]

May 13 B & N Book Fair

Mark your calendars for our Barnes and Noble book fair! Tuesday, May 13th we will be having a final book fair for the Cavett Library. Come on over to Barnes and Noble at 2910 Pine Lake Road anytime between 4:00 and 7:00 pm and pick up some books for summer reading or even a gift for […]

Eggs Hatching!

The third grade pod is bursting with excitement as the hatching day draws near!  The eggs could start hatching as early as Sunday but hopefully they won’t starting hatching until Monday.  We will be attempting to broadcast LIVE the hatching of some of our eggs.  We have been experiencing occasional temporary interruptions, so if that […]

4th & 5th Grade Summer Technology

The Lincoln Public Schools Summer Technology Program is provided for students entering grades 5 through 9 in the fall of 2014. The goal of the program is to provide upper elementary and middle level students a fun, exciting, and challenging opportunity to explore their interest in computers and technology. Registration for the 2014 Summer Technology […]

Cans4Books

April is National School Library Month and it’s time for the 13th Annual Cans4Books. You can help raise money for your school library (and help the environment) by recycling your aluminum cans.   Schools with the top dollar earnings will win Barnes & Noble Gift Certificates.  So start saving those cans and take them to either […]

Backpack Walk, April 5

The seventh annual Lincoln Public Schools BackPack Extra Mile Walk is set for April 5, 2014, 10:00 a.m., at Lincoln East High School. In six years of walking, LPS employees have raised almost $810,000 for the Food Bank of Lincoln’s BackPack program, which provides Friday food-filled backpacks to children who need help with nourishment over […]

NeSA Testing Schedule

NeSA Testing Schedule 2014 3rd (8:30-10:00), 4th (9:30-11:00), 5th (10:30-12:00) Reading 14-Apr 15-Apr 16-Apr 17-Apr Math 21-Apr 22-Apr 23-Apr 24-Apr Science (5th Grade only) 28-Apr 29-Apr

Family Nature Night VIDEO!

We enjoyed Family Nature night on Thursday, April 3, 6:00 – 7:30 pm.   Participants explored live animals, animal tracks, honeycomb candles, habitat bracelets, cockroach tractor pulls, H20 Olympics, spiderweb frames, beetles, plant petting zoo, trash art and much more. This was a FREE event for students and their families to learn about nature together. […]

Liberty First Credit Union

Cavett’s Liberty First Credit Union is officially opened to all 2nd-5th grade students. Cavett Elementary and Liberty First Credit Union are excited to begin this joint partnership. The branch will be open every Wednesday afternoon (1:45-2:45) for 2nd-5th grade students to make deposits into their own savings account.On their very first deposit, no matter when that first deposit […]

Science Fair, March 18

Join us for the Cavett science fair, Tuesday, March 18th. Students may begin setting up projects at 5:30 p.m. Judging will begin at 6:00 and will conclude at 7:00. See you there!

2014 Mayor’s Run

The 27th Annual Mayor’s Run is Saturday, May 3.  It’s time for students to get registered.  All registrations are online at www.lincolnrun.org.  All race entries will be done online.  Students will not receive a paper registration. Please refer to the yellow Mayor’s Run information sheet in your oldest/only student’s Friday folder for details. Early entry deadline […]

6th Grade Open House/Parent info sharing evenings

Scott Middle School: April 8th (session 1, 6-7 pm) and (session 2, 7:15-8:15 pm).   If your child is not attending Scott, please see the schedule for the other middle schools below. Culler, April 24th Dawes, Feb 20th 6 pm Goodrich, March 3rd and 4th Irving, March 4th and March 6th 7:00-8:00 p.m. Lefler, February […]

After School Clubs Information

Cavett Elementary School and PTO are excited to kick off our very first session of after school clubs this spring! This program offers a variety of clubs to further enrich our students. You can find individual class descriptions by clicking here.  We hope that you will consider allowing your child the opportunity to participate in […]

Hour of Code

This week as part of Computer Science Education Week, Cavett Students will be participating in the “Hour of Code”. Non-profit Code.org has brought together some of the biggest names in both technology and politics to teach the next generation the basics of programming, and hopefully entice more students to consider computer science-based careers. The “Hour […]

Technology Survey

We’re excited to announced a partnership between the Lincoln Public Schools and BrightBytes – Clarity with the goal of collecting baseline and benchmark data on how the district is leveraging technology to impact learning within the District. We are reaching out to ask you to take part in a brief questionnaire (approximately 10 min) that will help BrightBytes […]

Reading “Wonders” Curriculum

Excerpt of letter from Dr. Karen Saunders, Curriculum Specialist, K-6 Reading/Language Arts Dear Cavett Families, Lincoln Public Schools is excited to be using new reading materials, called Wonders, across the district this year. These materials are based on 21st century skills and expectations. The rigor of these materials will be especially apparent as the year begins. Since student do […]

Student Serve Day 2013

A BIG thank you goes out to everyone that that helped to spread mulch, pull weeds, pick up trash, sweep gravel, and put the outdoor classroom back together.   A special thank you goes out to Cub Scouts Pack 93 and Jennifer Pribil for her organization and leadership behind this effort! Thank you  to the following […]

Fun Night, Sept. 27

Cavett Fun Night is Friday, September 27 from 5-8pm!!! Below is important information and reminders… Volunteers are still needed to run games! Please send in your volunteer form or email Karen at karen@herroldfamily.com.  Please consider volunteering for 30-60 minutes. If you know of any groups that can volunteer, please contact Karen. Pre-ordered wristbands and raffle […]

Student Serve Day

One of our mottos is Cavett Cares! We are so fortunate to be part of such a caring and giving community. Lincoln Public Schools students have developed an opportunity for all of us to give back to the school community, it is called Student Serve. Student Serve is a student-led, district-wide initiative committed to instilling […]

McTeacher Night 10-8

Cavett’s McTeacher Night is scheduled for October 8, from 4:00 – 8:00 at the 27th and Pine Lake location. Come and grab dinner for your family and Cavett will receive a percentage of the orders placed during this time.  Thank you, as always, for your generous support!

Curriculum Night Presentations

If you missed a grade level curriculum night you can view the presentations here: Kindergarten Presentation First Grade Presentation Second Grade presentation Third Grade presentation Fourth Grade Presentation Fifth Grade Presentation

First Week Schedule

School begins on Tuesday, August 13th. School will be dismissed an hour early (1:53 PM) the first week of school (Aug. 13-16). We encourage parents to wait to eat lunch with students until at least the 2nd week of school. This will provide ample time for all students to learn our lunchroom procedures.

First Day of School Procedures

On the first day of school, students should plan to enter the building at 8:08 a.m. when the entrance bell rings. Students are encouraged to enter through the door assigned to their grade level. (Kindergarten =Door #4; 1st grade—Door #19; 2nd grade = #11; 3rd grade #18; 4th grade = #15; 5th grade = #12). Students […]

Open House, August 8

We are looking forward to meeting and greeting each of you at our Back to School Night/Open House on Thursday, August 8th. The school will be open for visits by parents and students from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Teachers will be in classrooms ready to see familiar faces and to begin the process of getting to know […]

Message from Mr. Vercellino

Dear Cavett Students and Parents, I am thrilled to welcome you back to school for the 2013-2014 year at Cavett! Soon the faculty and staff will be busy preparing the school and classrooms for an exciting year of learning and growth. I am looking forward to hearing about your summer adventures, getting caught up with returning families, […]

Mayor’s Run Videos

Thank you to all of the Cavett Cardinals that participated in the 2013 Mayor’s Run!  The final runner count was 3,914 entrants and $3,914 was donated to Toyland For Kid (Center for People in Need). Check out the You Tube videos below! 5-6th boys & then 5-6th girls  3-4th boys & then 3-4th girls  2nd […]

Dream Big Assembly

The Dream Big, Kiss a Pig assembly was a huge success.  Click here for the news coverage of the assembly.  The Cavett community raised over $4,000 towards Mrs. Buss’s memorial artwork which will be placed in the front hallway upon completion.  The artwork is still in the planning stages so watch for updates next school […]

Dream Big Winners

All of the piggy banks have been emptied, the change has been counted and the totals are IN!  The following staff members will be puckering up and kissing pigs at our assembly on Friday: Preschool – Mrs. Zimmerle K – Mrs. Kitchen 1 – Ms. Lewis 2 – Ms. Tewalt 3 – Mrs. Bornemeier 4 […]

Kiss a Pig Makes a Twist!

Did you hear about the big twist in the Dream Big, Kiss a Pig contest? It is no longer the top three teachers, it is now the person from each team, including the specialist team and the office, with the highest amount of donations. So, help us raise money for Mrs. Buss’s memorial and see […]

Hats off to the BackPack Walk

If students donated a dollar to the BackPack Walk, they can wear a hat to school on Friday, April 19th!  Thank you for supporting this important local cause.

Walkathon Postponed… Again

Mother Nature has been uncooperative again this week and our Cavett Walkathon has been postponed again.   It has been rescheduled for May 10 as we hope for warmer weather.  Thank you for your flexibility.

Poster Contest Winners

Congratulations to Tashi Wangchuk, Jordan Nguyen and Hunter Horne!  These talented students won a poster contest from Diggers Hotline of Nebraska.  They were invited to the State Capitol on April 10th for a Governor’s proclamation.   The students’ classrooms were awarded a tree and a bench, complete with a tree planting ceremony… all for winning […]

Go Green Day April 19

Go Green Day is blooming on April 19th. This is a day when the Cavett Elementary Community comes together to go green on the school grounds and neighborhood. We will wear green while picking up trash, weeding, watering plants/trees, and in general making our school grounds or neighborhood a better place.