Time capsule buried, to be opened in 2068

Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Cassville maintenance staff Rick Morgan, left, and Kent Stephenson pose for a photo next to the time capsule buried in honor of the Cassville school districtís 150th anniversary. Contributed photo

The 2018-19 school year marked the 150th anniversary of Cassville Schools.

One way the district celebrated was by compiling a time capsule that was buried on campus and will be opened by future Wildcats in the year of 2068.

After staff and students worked together to compile what went inside the time capsule, maintenance staff built a concrete vault to protect the capsule from damage then buried the vault.†

Posing for a photo next to the time capsule buried in honor of the Cassville school districtís 150th anniversary are, front row, from left: Amber Davis, Harlee Carter, Brylee Wiseman, Sylas Roark, Bodie Hodge and Aidan Mendoza. Back row: Aubrey Remenar, Darian Sandoval, Michael Corn and Bricen Rhyne. Contributed photo

Barry County Ready Mix donated a large stone that was placed over the site where the time capsule has been buried.

The stone, along with new landscaping, is located on campus in front of the Central Office.