When most people hear the term CASA they think - home. This really is, at the heart of it, what Sioux Falls Area CASA is all about, which is reunifying a child in a permanent home.

CASA is an organization that works to support and protect abused and neglected children during court proceedings. A CASA advocate is the only person during a legal proceeding who is there to solely represent the best interests of the child. And by the way, CASA is always looking for volunteers for this noble service.

This Saturday, Sioux Falls Area CASA is having its First Annual "All In" Back to School Event. It's a backpack and school supply giveaway coupled with a family fun festival.

The "All In" event is going on in the Hy-Vee parking lot on East 10th Street from 9 AM to noon. While supplies last there will be free hot dogs, hamburgers, and cupcakes, as well as Starbucks coffee.

There will be representatives from the National Guard and the Sioux Falls Fire Department will have a truck there for everyone to check out. Plus there will be fun games for prizes.

School supply donations are still being accepted at the CASA office at 100 South Spring Avenue. Their school supply wishlist includes backpacks, spiral notebooks, 2-pocket folders, colored pencils, crayons, and Fiskars scissors.

You can also make a donation to CASA anytime online, too.

For more information see Sioux Falls Area CASA, check out their Facebook page, or call 605-339-9492.

Flashback 1992: Inside Sioux Falls Old Washington High School

The modern marvel that is YouTube never ceases to amaze me. Sure, there's plenty of garbage there, but you can also find some gems.

Like this video from 1992. It's a sort of video time capsule of the old Washington High School in Sioux Falls. If you came to The Queen City in the last couple of decades, you may only know the building downtown as the Washington Pavilion, a center of Sioux Falls arts and culture.

Before it was the Pavilion, the corner of Main Avenue and 11th Street in Sioux Falls was home to many of the city's schools for most of the 20th century.

Built on the site of the former Central School, WHS's first class of 328 students started in 1908. It was the only high school in Sioux Falls until Lincoln High was completed in 1965.

The class of 1992 was the last class of Sioux Falls to graduate from the old Washington High. That fall the new WHS, constructed on N. Sycamore Ave on the east side of the city, took over the name and educational mission.

Check out the shots below for a flashback to 1992.

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