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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips

Zoe Mazaira, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018


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Halloween may be a fun time, but it can be dangerous. Did you know that Halloween is one of the most dangerous nights for traffic accidents?  With kids trick or treating and parties going on, the roads can be very hectic. These four things can keep you stay safe on the freakiest day of the year. Be Visible...

Where Are They Now?: Teacher Edition

Where Are They Now?: Teacher Edition

Brodie Ober, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018


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Cascade has seen its share of husband-wife teaching duos, and one of the most special was Chuck and Sarah Cloud. After eight years in the Cascade district, the Clouds moved to Lewistown in 2013 and have lived there for six years.  Sarah has been teaching second grade for those six years, and Chuck...

7-12 Badger of the Week: River Hanson

7-12 Badger of the Week: River Hanson

Chase LeVeque, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018


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Another week, another Badger.  This time, it's sophomore River Hanson River was born on Feb 24, 2003 and is the son of Mark and Darcie Hanson. His father,  Mark, is a truck driver, and his mom, Darcie, works at Fed Ex. River's favorite food is steak, and his favorite movie is Blow. His favorite...

K-6 Badger of the Week: Sage Sewak

K-6 Badger of the Week: Sage Sewak

Wyatt Seely, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018


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Sage Sewak, born on February 22 in the year of 2008, is one of Cascade's remarkable Badgers.  A student in the fifth grade, Sage enjoys Miss Tharp's challenging math class; however, math isn't the only thing he likes to do. When not at school or playing with his two siblings, Aedan and Cassidy,...

Elementary Crystal Ball

Elementary Crystal Ball

Kayleen McKamey and Sallie Orem

October 5, 2018


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Sloan Perry-Early Kindergarten Q: What do you want to be when you grow up? A: A doctor. Q: Why do you want to be this? A: I saw it in a movie and I think it is fun. Q: How long have you wanted to be this? A: a week. Q: What is a hobby of yours? A: Playing with toys. Q: What is your fa...

K-6 Badger of the Week: Taerin Johnson

K-6 Badger of the Week: Taerin Johnson

Sallie Orem, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018


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This week's K-6 Badger of the Week is kindergartener Taerin Johnson. Taerin was born on June 1, 2013 to Trevor and Alissa Johnson.  Alissa is the 4-6 grade science teacher here in Cascade, and Trevor is a firefighter in Great Falls. Taerin's two sisters, Addisen and Braedyn, both attend Cascade Sc...

7-12 Badger of the Week: Kayla Satterwhite

7-12 Badger of the Week: Kayla Satterwhite

Kayleen McKamey, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018


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It's time to get to know another Badger of the Week, seventh-grader Kayla Satterwhite. Kayla was born on September 19, 2005. Her parents are Jeremiah and Becky Satterwhite.  Kayla's dad currently works at General Mills in Great Falls, and her mother is our school's beloved counselor. Kayla doe...

Where Are They Now?

Where Are They Now?

Chase LeVeque, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018


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Lisa LeVeque was born on May 23, 1977, and is the daughter of Dennis and Mona LeVeque. She started her life off with the doctor telling her that she could possibly never walk because of her hips. She overcame that, and now she's running half marathons. LeVeque started preschool in 1982, and graduated...

October PAWS Hero: Brooklyn Paranteau

October PAWS Hero: Brooklyn Paranteau

Sara Gottlob, Staff Writer

October 4, 2018


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Editor's Note: Each month, the Ketochi will feature a Cascade student whose school behavior encompasses the PAWS acronym. Being a hero means many things to many people, but being a PAWS hero at Cascade School means doing the right thing. There is a hero inside all of us; we just need the courage ...

K-6 Badger Of The Week: Sierra Isaak

K-6 Badger Of The Week: Sierra Isaak

Hayden Isaak, Student Writer

September 28, 2018


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Sierra Isaak, a 4th-grade student at Cascade, is the daughter of Leandra and Kris Isaak. Her father is the owner of AOK Fire Service. Her mom is an overnight manager. Sierra has two older brothers.  Hayden (grade 8) is a member of the Ketochi staff, and Camron is a sixth grader here in cascade....

7-12 Badger of the Week: Jessy Barger

7-12 Badger of the Week: Jessy Barger

Kaydence Waters, Ketochi Writer

September 28, 2018


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Sophomore Jessy Barger is this week's 7-12 Badger of the Week. New to Cascade for the 2018-2019 school year, Jessy came to Cascade from Helmville, Montana, but she attended high school last year in Drummond, which is about 30 miles from Helmville. Jessy's parents are Scott and Jodi Barger. Jessy...

Meet Cascade’s New Superintendent: Mr. Rick Miller

Meet Cascade’s New Superintendent: Mr. Rick Miller

Trey Skelton and Ashley Tait

September 18, 2018


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In 1995, Redbook magazine named Cascade High School one of America's Best Schools. Also in 1995, new Cascade Superintendent Rick Miller was a teacher and football coach in nearby Power admiring Cascade Schools from afar. "While in Power, I was always impressed with Cascade Schools and the students...

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