CASS MIND Academy is now the first organization in Muskingum County to offer an Autistic Learning Center and this past weekend and Tuesday, the school had an open house for interested or current families.
CASS MIND CEO, Cassandra McDonald said her hope is to educate autistic children by identifying their needs. She said what is different about the center, versus a classroom setting, is it is based on each individual.
"Every child has their own individual curriculum,...
The CASS MIND mentoring service is in its sixth year of establishment and Tuesday night, its members celebrated with a Christmas party and talent show!
The CEO and director of CASS MIND Academy, Cassandra McDonald says Muskingum University students come to the Bethel Mission Lower Putnam Community Center every Tuesday to work with and mentor children from fourth grade through high school.
"What they do is, they mentor them, help them with homework and they address issues...
On Sunday, several young performers from the CASS MIND Academy, danced, sang and even mimed in a competitive talent contest at the Buckingham House.
KKIS or Keep Kids in School, was the first talent competition for the academy, where donors provided school supplies for children who need them. A panel of four judges evaluated the contestants based on their stage presence, technical ability, costume, creativity and more.
"They were judged on criteria factors,” said CEO...
A school for visionaries is starting a new program to encourage the youth to follow their dreams.
The C.A.S.S M.I.N.D Academy started their Young Entrepreneurs series on Saturday with Madison Simons, a 16 year old college student, jockey and musician. Simons owns her own horse and taught other children the fundamentals of horse riding.She plans on using all of the money she raised for charity.
"Today we are going to teach them about the basics. We are going to show them how...
The visionary school for creative students is having its 10th annual camping trip at Hallowed Hills Campground starting Monday. Kindergartners and high schoolers will be learning all types of skills to help them them achieve success and bring out their talents.
"It's Creating Artists Stimulating Success and then we have a second department which is M.I.N.D., Making Impact Negotiating Decisions and that's our business," said Cassandra McDonald, CEO of C.A.S.S. Camp.
Inspiring and motivating was the lesson of the day at Zanesville High School.
Every student took part in the mind your own business seminar that seeks to get kids thinking about their future, their education and ecourage them to work hard.
"I think it helps out what everybody wants to do in the future," said Zanesville High School Student Beau Starner. "It's good that they could come in, explain and tell what they do and what they went through."