Cascade Middle School
Mr. Thebo, Mr. Kidder, Mr. Shannon
After attending Cascade Middle School, students will become lifelong learners able to embrace challenges while becoming successful members of their communities. As effective collaborators, our students will celebrate diversity while working with others to creatively solve problems.
We commit to working for the best interests of each of our students at all times. Our students and staff will continuously challenge ourselves to improve and better our school community each and every day. We will exist in a safe, respectful and innovative learning environment that prepares our students for their futures.
Parents and/or guardians must email or leave a voicemail for our attendance secretary if your student is going to be late or absent. Also, if you are picking up your student during the school day we request that you call or email at least one hour before you pick up.
Attendance Message Line: (541) 355-7110
Attendance Email: [email protected]
Attendance Secretary: Ms. Nunes
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SBG aims to utilize grading and classroom practices to reflect what a student understands and areas where growth is needed. Gone are the days of asking “what do I need to do to get an A?” We now provide our students and parents with useful, standard-specific feedback, to help accurately reflect a child’s progress through specific standards. Earning a grade is not the mission of education - we want our students to continuously learn and grow - SBG allows us to document and direct this journey. Click here for more information.
19619 Mountaineer Way
Bend, OR 97702
Office Hours (starting 9/5)
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