Cassville schools release class scheduling information

Monday, May 4, 2020

The Cassville school district has released information regarding class scheduling for the 2020-2021 school year.

High school

On Monday, students currently in grades 8-11 were granted access to next year’s high school master schedule, schedule request forms, and an instructional video provided by the high school counselors.

The schedule request forms will be made available electronically through the students’ current grade level Google Classroom. Students that do not have access to the internet can get a copy of the scheduling request forms at the meal delivery locations in Butterfield, Jenkins, Eagle Rock and Golden Monday through Wednesday (May 4-6). Schedule request forms can also be picked up from the front of the high school building.

All schedule request forms must be returned by May 15. Forms can be submitted electronically through students’ Grade Level Google Classroom, or dropped off at the designated location in front of the High School. Forms can also be returned to the meal delivery locations in Butterfield, Jenkins, Eagle Rock and Golden on May 11-13.

Electronic and hard copy submissions received after May 15 will be processed in the order they are received.

Please feel free to contact the high school with questions regarding the scheduling process.

Current 6th and 7th graders (Classes of 2025 & 2026)

CMS began the elective class scheduling process for the 2020-2021 school year this week.

On Monday, Principal Jimmie Barton emailed the classes of 2025 and 2026 a Google Classroom assignment link which includes course descriptions and schedules for 7th and 8th grade. Students should review all information and create 3 potential scheduling options. When finished, they will submit the assignment with all information completed. Option No. 1 should be the highest priority.

Attendance from Semester 1 of this year will be used to determine which requests are processed first. School staff will make every attempt to get students into their highest priority classes, and they encourage all students to take a variety of available classes. 

For students without internet access, the school sent hard copies to the remote lunch locations Monday through Wednesday (May 4-6). Packets will also be available in the Learning Packet box at the middle school cafeteria. Once completed, they may be returned through the lunch delivery team or may be dropped at the office (buzz the door, it helps to call ahead).

Deadline to return items is May 15. Electronic and hard copy submission received after May 15 will be processed in the order received.

Staff hope to have schedules completed in June. Call the middle school office with questions at 417-847-3136. 

Current 5th graders (Class of 2027)

Sixth grade utilizes a wheel rotation for digital citizenship, character education, art, and FACS. Band enrollment is ongoing and will continue into the start of the school year. There is nothing current fifth-graders need to complete at this time.