Throughout the year students interact with Andrew Johnson Elementary School students as reading buddies.
For the Carnival, each seventh and eighth-grade advisory organized and facilitated a carnival booth game or activity on Thursday, March 2nd.
Casady students exemplified excellence, confidence, and integrity in The Village community.
See pictures taken by MD Math Teacher, Robert Huber at https://drive.google.com/
For more information about the MD Service Program, visit
Government and Politics Class @ Muslim Day at the Oklahoma Capitol
|Picture by Mrs. Bek-Gran|
Muslim Day at the Capitol is organized by CAIR (Council for American Islamic Relations) and is part education, part advocacy, and part celebration.
Casady students listened to speakers, observed prayer, spoke with a variety of advocacy groups, met with State Representative Cyndi Munson (District) 85, and explored the galleries of the house and senate chambers.
More information about the Muslim Day at the Day at the Capitol at: https://hatehurts.net/2017/03/