The 3rd Grade Basketball girls were undefeated this year! Way to go, girls!!!
The 3rd Grade Basketball boys finished 2nd in their tournament! Congrats, boys!! Looks like the third grade boys and girls teams will be fun to watch as they grow!!
The players, the parents, the community. We could not have asked for a better first year. Thanks, Mr. Shelsta for the great year!
EARLY IMAGINATIONS ACADEMY
Thank you Dr. Bob Lothrop, D.D.S. for coming and talking to our class today during Dental Week! We learned about cavities, painted our smiles and made our own toothpaste!
Elmwood Rescue Squad Collectible Coins for Sale
In an effort to raise funds and to have something unique to the Elmwood Rescue Squad, we are selling a Collectible Coin. You can order these coins through our website. These Coins are $10.00 each plus $1.00 shipping and handling. Thank you in advance for supporting the Elmwood Rescue Squad. www.evfrd.org
VIP* Job Opening at the EM Schools
(*Very Important Person)
Elmwood-Murdock Public Schools are in need for substitutes for the para-professionals in our district (Prek-12th grade). A para professional provide instructional support and assistance within the classroom setting. Some services could be provided 1:1 or with a small group. Para Substitutes are paid on an hourly wage of $7.25. The school follows the federal minimum wage rate for this school year.
Storage units are available in Murdock
10x10. $45 10x20. $65 Ready for immediate occupancy
Cass County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program Welcomes Three New Volunteers
The Cass County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program is proud to announce that three new CASA Volunteers were sworn-in by Judge John Steinheider on February 17, 2015. A brief reception was held following the swearing in to wish the new CASA Volunteers well in their advocacy for Cass County’s abused and neglected children. The new CASA volunteers are Cathi Bond, Heidi Cline and Jen Rackley.
There are a total of 19 Cass County children who are under the jurisdiction of the court because of abuse and/or neglect. Children range in age from two to 19 years old. Currently, ten active CASA volunteers are advocating for these children.
CASA volunteers usually work with one case at a time. They get to know the children and write reports for the Judge, making recommendations about what would be best for the child. They become a stable, reliable presence in the child’s life during a very difficult time, and advocate for the child to have a safe and permanent home as quickly as possible.
Cass County CASA program is a 501c3 program that is funded by donations, grants, Keno funds and fundraisers. Our next fundraiser will be April 18 at Slattery’s Vintage Estates from 5-10pm with Silver Wings band as entertainment.