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Save the Date

Bartow County is introducing new Magnet programs for upcoming high school students for the 2020-2021 school year. Mark your calendars to get more information on these specialized programs. Students will receive more information to bring home next week.
Magnet

Parent Involvement Invitation

Cass Middle School participates in the Title I Federal Schoolwide Program. Title I provides funds and services to help all children be successful in school. A requirement of the Title I program is for the Parental Involvement Policy/Plan to be reviewed and, if needed, revised annually. The Parental Involvement Policy/Plan integrates all the parental involvement strategies, activities and services for programs that may be offered at our school such as those for students who are limited English proficient, disabled, migratory, homeless, economically disadvantaged or in need of additional academic assistance. We believe that your involvement with your child’s education is essential to his/her academic and future success. We would like to invite you to participate in the reviewing and revising of our Parental Involvement Policy/Plan. The first meeting is scheduled for June 5, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. in the Media Center at Cass Middle School. There may be additional meetings as needed before the completion of this project. Together with you, we will produce a written policy that will assist in improving achievement for all students and increasing parent involvement. The plan will be distributed to parents of Cass Middle students as well as being made available to other interested parents in the district. Thank you in advance for your participation in this very important process.
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Facts & Numbers

  • 87.1% Graduation Rate
  • 39% Honor graduates
  • 46% of students attend post-secondary in Georgia
  • 19 Advanced Placement courses offered
  • 2,251 College credit hours earned
  • 28 CTAE pathways offered