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CCS Welcomes New Head of School

The Board of Trustees of Cascade Canyon School is delighted to announce the appointment Michelle Herron as the new Head of School, beginning July 1, 2015. Ms. Herron comes to CCS from the International School of Panama (ISP), a very highly regarded international school, where she has served as Elementary Principal.

Prior to ISP, Ms. Herron served as K-8 Principal of a high achieving public school in Bend, Oregon. There, she spearheaded expansion of school-wide experiential learning opportunities, oversaw the integration of arts into the core curriculum, and managed all aspects of the school’s operations. Ms. Herron brings 20 years of teaching experience at the middle and high school levels, and holds a Master of Education (M.Ed.) from Oregon State University and an Education Specialist (EdS) in Educational Leadership from Lewis and Clark College.

The Board was particularly impressed with Ms. Herron’s breadth of leadership experience and commitment to academic rigor and social-emotional education as mutually supportive parts of a strong K-8 curriculum. Upon accepting the position Ms. Herron stated in an email to the school community, “It is clear that CCS has a rich tradition of excellence. The teachers are passionate about their work and are expert practitioners.I am very excited to be part of such a vibrant learning community.”

With great admiration, the Cascade Canyon School community prepares to say good-bye to outgoing Head of School Ms. Rebecca Hausammann. After eight years of remarkable leadership, Ms. Hausammann leaves a thriving school with a strong progressive curriculum, a deep commitment to academic excellence, and an exceptional team of faculty and staff.  She will be missed and appreciated always for her significant contributions.

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   Mon Sep 07Labor Day - NO SCHOOL
   Tue Sep 08Back to School Night
   Wed Sep 09HALF DAY
   Wed Sep 30-02K-8 Outdoor Education Trip
   Thu Oct 29-30Parent/Teacher Conf - NO SCHOOL
   Wed Nov 11Veterans Day - NO SCHOOL
   Fri Nov 20Variety Show & Potluck - HALF DAY
   Wed Nov 25-27Thanksgiving - NO SCHOOL
   Wed Dec 09Grandparents/Special Friends 8:30 - 10
   Fri Dec 18Winter Celebration - HALF DAY
   Mon Dec 21-01Winter Recess - NO SCHOOL
   Mon Jan 04-05Teacher Work Days - NO SCHOOL
   Mon Jan 18MLK Jr. Day - NO SCHOOL
   Sat Jan 23Open House 10AM
   Thu Feb 04-05Parent/Teacher Conferences
   Mon Feb 15-19February Recess - NO SCHOOL
   Tue Mar 08Town Hall
   Mon Mar 14Staff Dev Day - NO SCHOOL
   Sat Mar 19Spring Auction
   Thu Apr 07Poetry Cafe
   Fri Apr 08HALF DAY
   Mon Apr 11-15Spring Recess - NO SCHOOL
   Thu May 12-138th Grade Transitions Trip
   Tue May 24-27CCS Camping Trip (Whole School)
   Mon May 30Memorial Day - NO SCHOOL
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