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Referendum Private & Public Donations

$1.0 million "matching gift” challenge

$2.0 million Casselton City sales tax (vote pending) 

$500,000 Parks & Rec

$50,000 Friends of Fine Arts

$30,000 Microsoft Employee Match Gift

$10,000 Grant from Alex Stern Foundation

$5,000 Anonymous Donation

$3,000 Anonymous Donation 

Earl's Repair % amount per ticket for 5 years

Early Out/Late Start Schedule

  • Due to Professional Development requirements, please add the following Late Start/Early Out days to your calendar.
    * October 19 - Early Dismissal (Buses will depart at 1:30 pm)

    * November 10 - Early Dismissal (Buses will depart at 1:30 pm) Parent/Teacher Conferences will begin at 2:00 pm and go to 4:30 pm & then start again from 5-8:00 pm)

    * November 23 - Early Dismissal (Buses will depart at 1:30 pm)

    * March 22 - Late Start (Classes start at 10:45, no breakfast will be served & no morning preschool session)
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  • Rachel's Challenge Coming to Central Cass!


    On October 25, 2016, Central Cass students in grades 6 - 10 will be kicking off Rachel's Challenge with an assembly and focus group. Rachel's vision was to start a chain reaction of kindness and compassion, and we are thrilled to bring the challenge to the Central Cass school and community! Find out more about the program at rachelschallenge.org!

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  • The Amish Project

    Amish Project

    Central Cass Drama is presenting the one-act play, "The Amish Project" by Jessica Dickey.  Please join us on Friday, October 28th at 7:30 in the South Gym.  Admission is free and there will be a free dessert bar after the show, sponsored by the Friends of Fine Arts.

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  • Football Playoffs

    Our Football playoff game has been set! We will be playing Bismarck St. Marys on Saturday, October 29th at 6 pm at the Community Bowl. Come cheer on our Squirrels!

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  • Friends of Fine Art Auction

    This year the Friends of Fine Arts are auctioning off a prime parking spot in the Central Cass parking lot for you to use from now until the Variety Show May of 2017! If you would like the spot please let us know your bid! Starting bid is $500. Or you may email your bid to centralcassfofa@gmail.com.  In the event of a tie you will be contacted to bid again.

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Featured District News

  • Generations Connecting

    On Wednesday, October 19th eight 6th grade students and Mrs. Buckhouse were asked by Generations Connecting to serve the meal and desserts at the annual Senior Citizens Day luncheon. The 6th graders did a fabulous job and were complimented on their work. They all enjoyed the experience and were talking about ways they could help again in the community. Click the header for more pictures!

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  • Vision Screening

    Vision Screenings were held for all students Kindergarten through 6th grade today. If a student did not pass this initial screening, Nurse Michelle will retest their vision in the next couple weeks. Referrals will be sent home if a student does not pass the re-screening. Thank you to the 13 plus parent volunteers we had helping with vision screenings today!

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  • Red Ribbon Week Presentations

    For Red Ribbon week Deputy Scott presented to the 4th, 6th, 7th, & 8th Grades about Drug and Alcohol awareness, concentrating on peer pressure. He presented real life scenarios of and discussed refusal strategies to use when faced with peer pressure. He also simulated the effects of Intoxication using the Fatal Vision goggles, while two volunteers played catch (tried to play catch) with a tennis ball.

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  • STEM Lessons Grades 1-5

    Valley City State University elementary teachers in training implement Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) lessons in Grades 1-5. The hands on "engineering" activities provide the VCSU students with real world experience in planning and implementing inquiry.  Click the header for more pictures.

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  • Fire Station Field Trip

    October is National Fire Safety Month. To celebrate the kindergarten classes went to the Fire Station this morning for a field trip to learn more about Fire Safety. Thank you to the Casselton Fire Department for having us!

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  • Reading to Casselwood Residents

    Mrs. Giermann's 2nd graders went to the Casselwood Retirement Center this week to read stories to the residents. They kids and the residents had a great time together! Thank you Mrs. Giermann for planning this wonderful opportunity! Click the header for more pictures.

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  • Emergency Practice Drills

    As part of our Emergency Response training we practiced going into lock down with instruction continued this morning. As part of the drill we had drug dog, "Deputy Ed" and Deputy Herman comb through the school hallways and locker rooms. This is just one of the many drills we will perform throughout the year. Some of the other drills that will take place to help keep our school ready to respond are tornado, fire, lockdown without instruction, etc.

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