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We hope you have had the opportunity to make your gift to Casady's 2015-16 Annual Fund. If not, it is our hope that you will take a moment to make your gift or pledge online. Your children benefit greatly from all gifts to the Annual Fund, and we appreciate your participation in being a member of our trueblue Annual Fund!

Casady School continues to work diligently for the students, parents, and faculty and staff to maintain a safe learning environment. In 1987, the School conducted an initial inspection of all school facilities for the purpose of defining asbestos-containing building materials (ACBM). An accredited asbestos inspector performed the inspection, and a management plan detailing the findings of the inspection in compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) regulation was developed for Casady. We are pleased to report that Casady is vigilant in its compliance with AHERA and has no high risk spots on campus. Please click the link below to read a letter to the Casady Community about the School’s compliance: Asbestos Inspection, Reinspection, and Availability of AHERA Management Plan

Mental Health Association Oklahoma and Casady School have partnered again to provide the opportunity for all Upper Division students to participate in a TeenScreen mental health checkup between Jan. 18 and Jan. 28. TeenScreen screens for the risk factors that are associated with stress overload, depression, anxiety, and use of drugs and alcohol but does not make a diagnosis. The program is free, and participation is completely voluntary. Parents of youth found to be at possible risk are notified and helped with identifying and connecting to local mental health services where they can obtain a complete evaluation by a qualified healthcare professional. TeenScreen Schools and Communities does not involve treatment and does not recommend or endorse any kind of treatment for the youth who are identified by the screening. The results of the screen are confidential and not shared with teachers or school administrators with the exception of Marcia Moore, Ph.D., Director of Psychological Services, who is serving as a volunteer clinician and resource for referrals. Casady students have benefitted from TeenScreen since November of 2010, and we look forward to this program’s return. Please contact Sherrill Scott, M.Ed., LPC TeenScreen Program Coordinator, at (918) 813-7880 or Dr. Marcia Moore at (405) 749-3129 with any questions:

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Casady School Promotional Videos Focus on Six Core Messages

This year, Casady School is focused on communicating six core messages through its advertising, marketing, and recruitment. These messages succinctly describe the focus of the School's mission to develop excellence, confidence, and integrity in students. The six core messages were developed after a series of interviews with Casady faculty and staff and parents during research for the School's branding campaign.

Seven impressive and heartwarming videos have been produced to showcase the School's six core messages in our Casady Community. The full video can be seen on the CasadySchoolLife YouTube channel:

CasadySchoolLife YouTube - Casady School in Oklahoma City

Casady's six core messages are:

Educating in Mind, Body, Spirit: Casady’s holistic approach to education leads students to pursue a diverse range of interests, inspiring academic, athletic, artistic, and spiritual growth.

Building Character: In the classroom and in Chapel, Casady teaches ethical decision-making, reinforces virtuous behaviors, and develops compassionate individuals who make a difference.

Outstanding Academics: Casady is a college preparatory Episcopal day school with high academic standards that develop critical and creative thinking skills. Casady School’s curriculum is college-preparatory throughout; every course develops in students the critical and creative thinking skills that will serve students well in college and beyond.

Cultivating Individuality: The indivudal student. Casady educators know each student as an individual and can therefore focus on each student’s unique strengths, encourage academic growth, and guide each student to pursue his or her passions.

Supporting Family: In Casady’s Community, adults work together to watch over the students as they explore their interests, accept and meet challenges, and reach their full potential.

Honoring Tradition: One mission since 1947. Casady School develops excellence, confidence, and integrity in students and equips them with the skills and knowledge that serve as the foundation for success.

The six core messages have also been carried through ads that have appeared in The Journal Record print and online versions, The Oklahoman print and online versions, OKC Friday, Celebrity Attractions program, Territory, 405 (formerly Slice), as well as online banner ads on numerous websites. Casady's new website, which will be rolled out at the first of March, will also incorporate the six core messages in its design.

This month, we will begin to share all seven videos on the website, through social media, Division Notes, and again through the Courier and Alumni Connections enewsletters. We hope that you will share these videos with your friends, family, and any prospective families you think would enjoy becoming a part of our Casady Community.

Join the CasadySchoolLife YouTube channel so you can see more videos that amplify the work our children are doing at Casady, the incredible things our alumni awards honorees have to say about Casady School, the remarks and highlights from the dedication of the Jaume Plensa scultpure, faculty who have benefited from the Faculty Studies Program, and more.

Monday, January 18, 2016 8:43:00 AM

Casady Takes Top Team Awards in Casady Science Olympiad Invitational

Science Olympiad teams from across the state convened on Saturday at Casady to compete in 31 science, technology, engineering, and math events as Casady hosted 19 schools from across the state in a Science Olympiad Invitational. More than 250 students in sixth through 12th grades competed in various STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) ranging from astronomy and food science, to game design and wind power.

The McClendon Middle Division Building, Dr. John W. Records Science and Art Facility on the Upper Division side of campus, and Bennett Athletic Center were full of young scientists working on experiments in the competition. Casady’s social media channels including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter have photos and videos of various projects. The students gathered with their teams for the awards presentation in Fee Theater.

Certificates were awarded for first, second, and third place for each event in Divisions B and C. In all, 470 certificates were handed out to teams. Casady’s teams won the team awards for both B and C Divisions.

Casady's Science Olympiad program began in 2012. With hard work and determination Casady has represented the state of Oklahoma at the National Science Olympiad Tournament the past four years. As Science Olympiad continues to grow in Oklahoma, Casady students strive to match the accomplishments of past seasons. This is the fifth season for our Division B team, and as the four-time defending State Champions, the students have attended the Science Olympiad National Tournament every year they have competed. The Division C team is in its third season as the defending State Champion and veteran of two trips to the Science Olympiad National Tournament.

Sunday, January 10, 2016 9:36:00 AM

Casady to Host Science Olympiad Tournament on Jan. 9

Casady will host a Science Olympiad tournament on Saturday, Jan. 9. More than 300 competitors from Jenks, Norman, Broken Arrow, Tishomingo, and Putnam City are expected to attend the Casady tournament and will compete in more than 30 science, technology, engineering, and math events.

This year, Casady has over 100 Middle and Upper Division students participating in Science Olympiad and most will be competing in the tournament on Jan. 9. Casady's Science Olympiad students are sixth through 12th graders. The teams include Division B (comprised of seventh, eighth, and ninth graders) and two Division C teams (comprised of 10th, 11th, and 12th graders). The Science Olympiad teams meet most Saturday mornings to study, test, and build for the competitive season. In addition to preparing for their own events, Upper Division students spend time mentoring Middle Division students.

As Science Olympiad continues to grow in Oklahoma, Casady students strive to match the accomplishments of past seasons. This is the fifth season for our Division B team, and as the four-time defending State Champions, the students have attended the Science Olympiad National Tournament every year they have competed. The Division C team is entering its third season as the defending State Champion and veteran of two trips to the Science Olympiad National Tournament.

Dedicated students, as well as supportive colleagues and parents, work together to make this a successful program. If parents or other members of the Casady Community are interested in mentoring students in Science Olympiad events like Astronomy, Game Design, Food Science, Invasive Species, Green Generation, and more than 20 additional science, technology, engineering, and math events, we encourage them to contact Shannon Semet at in the Middle Division or Lisa Bek-gran at in the Upper Division.

In November, 33 Casady students and four coaches attended the Science Olympiad National Tournament in Nebraska. The B and C Teams were made up of 23 Upper Division students and 10 Middle Division students. Division B students competed in 23 events and achieved their best results in Anatomy, Bio Process Lab, Disease Detectives, Dynamic Planet, and Picture This. Division C students also competed in 23 events. Some of the events overlap from one division to another. Division C students achieved their best results in Geologic Mapping, It's About Time, and Write It Do It.

Tuesday, December 29, 2015 4:37:00 PM

Joyful Christmas Celebrations at Casady

The Christmas celebration at Casady continued this week with many events and traditions in each of our divisions. One of the most special events is the Live Nativity in the Lower Division put on by our fourth graders. Mrs. Vick began this tradition 14 years ago, with the help of the grounds and maintenance crew and some sewing by a past parent and alum, the nativity comes to life every year during Casady's Christmas week at morning and afternoon carpools in front of the Lower Division.

Primary Division celebrated Christmas Week with visiting days for parents, grandparents, and grandfriends. Middle Division had three days of themed outfits including Christmas sweaters, pajamas, and hats. Upper Division students wore Christmas sweaters on Friday.

You may view a myriad of photos from the week by watching the Snapshots video:

Casady Snapshots

The Chapel of Saint Edward the Confessor hosts a number of Christmas services for our Casady Community. Besides Lessons and Carols and Christmas Chapels for all divisions, the Chapel will host the annual Christmas Eve Midnight Mass. If you are in Oklahoma City for Christmas, please join us at 11:00 p.m. on Dec. 24 with prelude music beginning at 10:30 p.m.

Friday, December 18, 2015 6:23:00 PM

Christmas Week at Casady

The Christmas season at Casady is always full of joyful celebration and performances as our students prepare for Christmas break. This week, the strings students in fifth through 12th grades dressed in holiday sweaters, and some musicians decorated their instruments for the annual Strings Concert that was held on Wednesday evening. Friday morning, the first graders spread Christmas cheer throughout the campus as they sang carols in Upper, Middle, and Lower Division Chapels. Also, members of the Middle Division Service Learning Club took the joy of Christmas into the community and visited a senior living facility in The Village to sing Christmas carols for the residents.

Please join us in Casady's Christmas celebration, as the Chapel of Saint Edward the Confessor hosts the annual Service of Lessons and Carols on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 5:00 p.m. Members of our School community will serve as readers at this special event, while the choir performs a number of traditional songs. The Chapel will also host Christmas Eve Mass at 11:00 p.m. on Dec. 24 with prelude music beginning at 10:30 p.m.

Beginning Tuesday, fourth graders will stage the Live Nativity during morning and afternoon carpools at the Lower Division. The Primary Division will host their parents for visiting days on Tuesday and Wednesday and their grandparents' and grandfriends' for a special celebration on Thursday. All divisions will have a Christmas Chapel service on Friday to complete the week before our holiday break. Please check the Casady calendar for details or more information on all of the upcoming activities.

Friday, December 11, 2015 1:56:00 PM

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