As we look forward to the winter season, we would like to share with you the School’s policy on cancellation or change in schedule due to inclement weather. Safety is the primary factor when we consider decisions to either cancel school, call for a late start, or close school early.
Mark your calendar to join the Casady School Digital Citizenship team on Tuesday, Nov. 10, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. for a short, virtual webinar presentation followed by “Zoom breakout room” discussions about these issues and how we can respond.
The Oklahoma Ugly Bug Contest is hosted by the Oklahoma Microscopy Society and is a statewide competition for elementary schools to find the "ugliest" or most unique bug native to Oklahoma. Last year and this year Casady fourth graders have participated in the contest, working with their families to locate the ugliest bug that they can find.
Casady School will honor and remember the lives of loved ones who have passed on to God's Greater Kingdom by reading their names at the Altar at our early morning Communion Service at7:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 28in The Chapel of St. Edward the Confessor.
Freshmen and new students to Upper Division signed the CasadyHonorCodeduring Chapel. Bysigning, these students pledge to follow the expectations of being a Casady student; to support the School, behave with academic integrity, and hold one another accountable for their actions.
Casady first graders were presented the Bibles they will use through Lower and Middle Division in the School's religious education curriculum. These Bibles will remain in each students' possession and will be a constant companion for the next eight years of their Casady experience.
In 2003, the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation founded the President’s Volunteer Service Award to recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.
For many years, Independent Schools like Casady have come together in a spirit of good-natured competition and play through intramural “Houses” comprised of students from all grade levels. Houses compete against one another for recognition, participation points, and special privileges.
Over the past four weeks, I have seen actions that remind me we have a genuinely caring community. A community that supports the work to develop in our youth a moral compass, empathetic heart, healthy body, and the desire to make their world a better place.
Senior Cyclones Graeme Jones, James Lowe, and Matthew McQuistion have been National Merit semifinalists by the National Merit® Scholarship Program. The National Merit® Scholarship Program "honors individual students who show exceptional academic ability and potential for success in rigorous college studies."
Students in the Upper Division Robotics class partnered to build VEX speedbots, which included designing and coding a control scheme for racing their speedbots using remote control on an outdoor course.
Casady is embarking on a new initiative for Wednesday Chapel called SoulCraft Wednesdays. On Wednesdays during their standard Chapel time, Upper, Middle, and Lower Division students will participate in classroom-based discussions or activities center around four topics.
Casady Upper Division faculty began work to design the School's signature Interdisciplinary Studies Program. They worked with Katie Krummeck, an educational designer focused on leveraging the power of design to drive change in the K-12 education system. Ms. Krummeck led the team through design challenges to stress the importance of making the process of learning in the course active.
I write to you today with both excitement and care as we approach our School’s opening this Friday! We acknowledge that this year promises to be one that will test our resolve to maintain our strong sense of community.
As we greet the end of this historic 2019-20 school year, Cyclones across campus are being recognized for their accomplishments during awards assemblies, banquets, closing exercises, and recognition Chapel services. Although its not our traditional in-person events, we are still able as a community to mark the milestones in our students' journeys around the Lake.
At Casady School we believe that fine arts programs are imperative in fostering creativity and inspiring the mind as well as the imagination in children. Through fine arts, students can learn valuable skills and talents that provide universal benefits and gain an understanding of a world deeper than they had previously believed.
Casady School welcomes a student body that reflects the diversity of the world around us and therefore does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, nationality, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletics, and other school-administered programs generally accorded or made available to students at the School.
Casady School is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory, Episcopal day school serving students in pre-k-12. Educating Mind, Body, and Spirit.