Our Readiness Fair was a big success! Over 30 children and their families attended. We would like to thank the PTYO and the Buhl Public Library; the PTYO donated supplies and treats for the fair, and the Buhl Public Library donated many various items as well. The Readiness Fair would not have been possible without support from Superintendent Bayley, the Castleford School Board, and Mrs. Dena Allred.
Members of the Castleford FFA Chapter recently placed second in the Meats Evaluation Career Development Event. For this CDE, students had to identify various meat cuts from sheep, swine, and beef. Students also had to grade beef and pig carcasses and answer questions on cuts of meat that they had judged. Team members, left to right, are Addy Routt, Emily Pearson, Jamie Zimmers, Hailey Kaster, Josie Zimmers, Annie Tverdy, and Hallie Wiggins. Pearson placed 10th high overall, Wiggins placed 9th high overall, Josie Zimmers placed 8th high overall, Tverdy placed 7th high overall, and Kaster placed 6th high overall. The team competes next month in Moscow at the University of Idaho at the annual summer Career Development Events.
May 4, 2018 is School-Lunch Hero Day! This is a day to say thank-you for the hard work that the food-service staff puts forth each day. So remember to give a big thank-you and a high-five to your Castleford Lunch Heroes: Elaine Hape, Kim Aguirre, Misty Garza, and Julie Goff!
Castleford Schools is an equal-opportunity provider.
Thank you to Castleford Students who finished their ISAT testing. Your hard work, patience, and diligence are appreciated!
Congratulations to Abby Blick and Adrian De Kruyf who were honored at the Fourth District Activities Association banquet. They were selected by Castleford Schools staff for participating in extracurricular activities while maintaining a high grade-point average.