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Summer Brings New Faculty and Updated Facilities to CAC

New Faculty

We are pleased to add eight highly qualified, joyful and motivated people to our teaching staff this year.
They join the CAC family from across the state, the country and even the world. Students have already begun to benefit from their influence!

Click Here to meet each of the new faculty members on our website ( 

Facility Updates

Multiple facility update projects were completed this summer at our Secondary campus. The updates and additions to the auditorium and the library benefit all teachers and students as they enter those spaces daily. The resurfacing of the track and the installation of the windscreens create more opportunities for hundreds of athletes and visitors to compete on Mustang Mountain. 
Click Here to read the full story on our website and to see more pictures.

Norris Lyman

Q&A with CAC Alumni and Published Author Norris Lyman ('03) 

Join us as we ask Norris about his book, his dog and where life has taken him since leaving Mustang Mountain. 
Thanks for meeting with us, Norris! Writing a book is a pretty big project. What inspired you to pursue this?
Really, I’ve always liked telling stories and talking. One of my favorite pastimes is reading to my nieces and nephews. You know, when you curl up in bed and just read them a story – I’ve always liked that. I’d been kind of randomly putting stories together for a long time, but then I got my dog Tank nine years ago. He’s the most animated, smart, wonderful companion.

So it makes sense for the main character in your book, a small 
Yorkie-poo named Tank, to be based on your dog. How’d you come up with the storyline?
The book is loosely based on a true story. When we lived in Colorado, Tank and I went to the dog park where we came upon this St. Bernard. I’ll never forget it – he just bounced around for a little bit, but then the St. Bernard barked and it scared Tank half to death. We went back to the dog park every couple of days and he was scared every time. 
Eventually, he warmed up to the St. Bernard and I thought, that’s a cool segway into a story about overcoming bullies. 

Click Here to read the full interview on our website. 
August 13, 2018. Mrs. Stripling explains the classroom rules and expectations to her 2nd-grade students on the first day of school. Congratulations to all of the students, parents and teachers for a great first week!
"CAC is our home! CAC teachers take care, grow, nurture our children every day. We are blessed to call this place ours!"
Brittney Marshall
Parent, Facebook Review 
Click Here to leave a review or recommend CAC to your friends and family on our Facebook page!
The 2018 - 2019 Spirit Wear line is here!
The Secondary Campus PFTA has a great selection of Mustang gear available this year. Items like socks, beanies, raincoats, Tshirts, sweatshirts and more can be purchased at the events below and through the online Spirit Wear Store later this month. 
Spirit Wear Dates:
Secondary Open House

August 23

Meet the Mustangs

August 24

PV Grandparents Day

September 14

Home Football Game

September 14

View the full calendar on
Each year CAC middle school students participate in the ACT Aspire testing. 
CAC student scores from the 2017-2018 test well exceeded the national averages in every section.
We also saw an 11% increase in math proficiency from the previous year.
We are proud of our teachers and students for working hard to achieve excellence!
Great job! 
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