There will be no school Thursday, February 2nd, 2023.
Hello, Tiger Families. Due to weather conditions, Cape Girardeau Public Schools will not be in session Tuesday, January 31st, 2023. Please be safe!
Good morning, Tiger Family! There will be no school Monday, January 30, 2023 due to the ice and poor road conditions. Please be safe if you must be on the roads this morning. Thank you for your time!
We can't wait to welcome our students back for 2023 on Wednesday, January 4th! We hope all of our students and their families had a wonderful winter break. Here's to making 2023 a fantastic year!
Don't miss out as CHS Thespian Troupe #1508 presents You Can't Take It With You! Opening night is Thursday, December 1st at 7:00 p.m. The show will run through Saturday, December 3rd. Come support these talented students for our first show of the year!
Come cheer our Tigers to victory Saturday as we host Fort Osage in the State Class 5 Football Semi-Finals! The tailgate starts at 11:00 a.m. We'll be cooking up free hamburgers, hotdogs and more! Please note, fans will have to purchase tickets online ONLY at MSHSAA.org. Tickets are $8. Kickoff for Saturday's game is set for 1:00 p.m. Wear your orange and black!
Football State Quarterfinal Information!
Cape Central at MICDS
Saturday, November 19th
Address: 101 N. Warson Road, St. Louis, MO 63124
Tickets must be purchased online at: https://www.mshsaa.org/CMSPages/Tickets.aspx
$8.00 per person - 6 and under free
You can live stream the game at MSHSAA.TV . You must purchase access for $10.60.
Come cheer on our Tigers as we host Notre Dame in the District Championship Game!
Due to the boil water advisory in Cape, there will be no school on Tuesday, October 4, 2022.
Cheer on the Tigers as we host Jackson! Junior high and middle school tailgate begins at 5:30 p.m. on the north end of the stadium. Let’s go Tigers!
Would you like to learn more about protecting your child in the digital world? Attend the FREE event on Tuesday, September 27th at 6:30 p.m. hosted by Southeast Missouri Network Against Sexual Violence (SEMO-NASV). The guest speaker is private investigator and social justice advocate Melissa J. Straub who will be educating families on how to keep their kids safe online.
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Robinson Transport is hosting a Test Drive Day!
Test drive a bus and apply to be a bus driver on Saturday, August 13th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Cape Central High.
*Must be 21 with a valid driver's license and pass a background check
*Paid training with flexible hours
*Guaranteed $31 per route or $62 for AM & PM routes
*169 days a year with 5 paid holidays, no weekends or nights
Call or text 573-651-5271 for more information.
BIG NEWS, TIGER FAMILY!
Cape Central High Swimming and Diving Head Coach Dayna Powell has been named the Missouri Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association's (MISCA) 2021-2022 Girls Class 1 Coach of the Year!
Congratulations, Coach Powell! We are so proud of you!
Jobs for America's Graduates (JAG) Specialist Robyn McKinley attended the JAG Summer Training Institute to help ensure she's ready to support students at Cape Central Academy again this school year. Cape Central Academy was honored as a 5-of-5 National Performance Award winner. This program continues to grow and under Mrs. McKinley's guidance and serves as a model for other schools looking to start a JAG program in their community.
Every job within our school district is crucial to the health and success of our students. Without cafeteria staff, we cannot feed our children.
As you likely know, a number of our students depend on the school to provide two nutritious meals a day because their home situation does not provide this for them.
Some of our students only eat while they are at school.
Let that sink in.
If you are looking for a meaningful way to give back, please consider applying to work in one of our cafeterias. YOU WILL BE MAKING A DIFFERENCE!
We need your help!
Apply today: https://capegirardeau.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=80
The Cape Career & Technology Center squad had an outstanding showing at Skills USA Nationals in Atlanta. We saw a record number 13 competitors this year. Results are below! Congratulations to these students, their families and our awesome CTC instructors!
Marissa Tankersley & Brandon Thurm 4th place finish (Post-secondary Television Video Production)
Mariah Griffith (Cape Central HS) - 4th place finish (Secondary Early Childhood Education)
Dylan Jordan - 16th place finish (Post-secondary Electrical Construction Wiring)
Noah McRaven & Anwyn Suhr (both of Cape Central HS) - Awaiting results (Secondary Digital Cinema Production)
Zander Stewart (Cape Central HS) - 22nd place finish (Secondary Internet-working)
Marcus Caruso & Jayden Butcher - Awaiting results (Post-secondary Digital Cinema Production)
Toby Sloan (Woodland HS) & Lani Bleil (Cape Central HS) - Secondary EMT
Ren Asmus (Jackson HS) & Emilia Petot (Jackson HS) - Top 10 finish (Secondary Audio Radio Production)