Cascade Christian Middle School students enjoyed a beautiful day out at the Oregon Caves! Thank you, Jesus, for the sunshine! They learned of God's creation in relation to geology. What an amazing testimony to a purposeful creator!
Earlier this month, Mrs. Wegner's 6th grade students built solar ovens out of recycled materials to test them to see how long it takes to melt a marshmallow. YUM! The answer: between 30 minutes and several hours!
Cascade Christian High School teacher, Jered Gritters, talks to Bill Meyer on KMED about CTE courses, such as Building and Construction. In addition to Building and Construction, Cascade Christian offers a Trades Academy where students learn hands-on plumbing and welding, partnered with the Plumbers/Steamfitters UA Local 290. Fast forward to 1:12:59 in the podcast below to [...]
Cascade Christian 7th and 8th graders, student mentors from Cascade Christian High School's stream ecology class, CCHS science teacher Mr. Gary Bennett, and members from Lomakatsi Restoration Project were hard at work today along Bear Creek which abuts the school property. Students planted, fertilized, mulched and watered native trees and shrubs along the [...]
Cole, 7th grader at Cascade Christian Middle School, received a lot of attention the past couple days as the word got out that he is one of the top 100 4th-8th grade students who qualified to compete at the state level of the National Geographic State Geography Bee! He will be attending the State competition in [...]
Mrs. Sha's 2nd grade and Mrs. Jile's 5th grade classes are teaming up to celebrate the 2018 Winter Olympics. This week they held an opening ceremony together, with STEM-related activities and a PowerPoint presentation. They will continue to do activities together related to the Olympics during this Olympic season!
In celebration of the 2018 Winter Olympics, middle school STEM students have been studying the science of winter Olympic sports. They focused on curling and bobsledding. Pictured here they are working with a curling game they made and homemade bobsleds.
By combining history lessons with STEM activities, fourth-grade students are learning about the Oregon Trail in a hands-on way, enriching their minds in new and engaging ways. Fishing on the River - You need to feed your hungry family. Float Your Wagon Across the River - Yikes! Will it sink? [...]
Today middle school students experimented with ways to protect an egg to keep it from breaking when it was dropped from the 2nd story. We learned that even though peanut butter seems like a protector, the jar is just a little too heavy. And balloons make good cushions!