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Central Cass School Song

Cheer, Cheer for the Red and the White!
Cheer, Cheer to make our team fight!
Show the world what we can do!
Our fighting spirit will pull through!
What though the odds be great or small;

CCHS will win over all!

As our loyal sons go marching onward to VICTORY!

5th Quarter

  • December 20th

Central Cass Treehouse

  • Central Cass Treehouse


  • Amanda’s Hope Chest
    The middle school student council will be sponsoring Amanda’s Hope Chest this holiday season. Amanda was a girl who had a dream to make Christmas special for foster kids in our area. For 13 years they have collected items to make this dream possible. Our goal is to collect 75 items for this drive. Below you find the items most current in need. Thank you so much for your support.
    Focus Items: Art and Craft Supplies and Baby Supplies
    Art/craft Ideas: markers, colored pencils, crayons, coloring books, craft books, activity books, craft kits, notebooks, journals, play-doh, gel pens
    Baby Supplies: Diapers, Onesies, Baby Lotion, Baby Shampoo/Body Wash, Monitors, Winter Coats, Blankets, Socks, Hat and Mittens, Diaper Bags
    Anything you feel would bring joy to a child this Christmas season.
    Please note: * ALL ITEMS MUST BE NEW*
    Amanda's Hope Chest
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  • Gearing Up for Kindergarten
    On Monday, December 16th beginning at 9:00 am Central Cass will be accepting applications for students who will turn five before August 1, 2020, for our Gearing Up for Kindergarten class. This free program will include:
    • Parent and Child Group Activities
    • Separate Child Activities
    • Separate Parent Sessions.
    View our website Gearing Up Tab for more details and to sign up or click the link below. The deadline to register will be January 15th and is limited to the first 75 students. Thank you!
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    FEATURE TEACHER/STAFF: Moving onto the year of 15, this week we celebrate Jane Swanson who helps us supervise study halls and before school recess. More about Jane... Favorite Color: Red, Favorite Snack: Popcorn, Favorite Candy: Anything Chocolate, Favorite Cookie: Oatmeal Raisin, and Favorite Pop: Diet Coke.

    Thanks for all you do for our students, Jane! We are lucky to have you at Central Cass!

    Feature Teacher/Staff

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  • 23 and Debt Free Presentation

    23 and Dept Free

    23 and Debt Free

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  • Central Cass Sunrise NASP Archery Team

    Grades 4-12
    Coaches: Nancy Bultema, Charlie Francis, Brent Haugen, Tony Roth
    In  need of More Coaches and Volunteers
    Practice Starting: January 7th in the Central Cass West Gym
    Save the Date: Sunrise Archery Tournament on March 7, (Saturday) Central Cass North/South Gym
    Register with Nancy Bultema if interested in volunteering, coaching, or attending the Sunrise Archery Tournament
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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Health, Tech, and Trades Career Expo

    On December 5th, sophomores attended the Health, Tech, and Trades Career Expo at the FargoDome. This event is part of Central Cass High School's Career Development programming. During this event, almost 4,000 area students experienced interactive, hands-on, exhibits and learned about future career opportunities from industry professionals. To prepare, students completed career interest inventories on their ruready.nd.gov account and explored their top three career clusters. Students have also been working on their high school plan of study to help them plan coursework that will support future goals. Ask your student(s) to show you the careers they were most interested in from the Career Interest Inventory and while at the Career Expo. For more information on the Health, Tech, and Trades Career Expo, go to http://httcareerexpo.com/

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  • Balloons over Broadway

    The second-grade classes recently read the book Balloons over Broadway, by Melissa Sweet. The story is about the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City that started in 1924. After reading the book the students made their own balloons and had a parade down the elementary halls on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving to celebrate all they have learned. Many classes lined the halls of the elementary to see the balloons and real-life parade.

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  • Kindergarten Thanksgiving Feast

    As part of their Thanksgiving celebration, the Central Cass Kindergarteners had their annual Thanksgiving Feast this week. They dressed up and carved paper bag turkeys that were filled with popcorn, crackers, pretzels, and other goodies. They talked about things they were thankful for while learning all about the traditions of Thanksgiving. Thank you to all the parents who helped donate supplies to make this fun activity a success.

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  • Early Childhood Class Visits TNT Fitness

    Miss Olson's Early Childhood Class had a great time visiting TNT Fitness this week. The 3-5-year-old students and teachers spent the afternoon balancing, bouncing, moving and playing.

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  • Dr. Craig Wilson of Texas A &M University visits Central Cass 5th Graders

    Central Cass was visited by a special guest on Friday, Nov. 22. Dr. Craig Wilson of Texas A &M University and the USDA lab came to teach about the importance of inquiry and good science as well as check up on our 5th graders' Corn Earworm projects. Texas A&M sent the worms to the students in Jenna Akers and Jessica Burn's 5th-grade science classes so that they could raise them and determine what factors affect the growth and metamorphosis rate of this pest species. The students have been using experimental design to create original insect research projects and collecting data each day. Two groups will be allowed to present their research to USDA scientists on the NDSU campus as well as tour the research labs at the facility. Dr. Wilson has taught science all over the world and was a fascinating and entertaining motivator for the students as he guided them through some exciting science activities in the STEM lab and critiqued their research posters.

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  • Thanksgiving Basket Food Drive

    Great job to everyone who helped donate to the Rural Cass County Food Pantry for the Central Cass Thanksgiving Basket Food Drive, filling over 75 baskets! A special thank you to the Middle School Student Council students and Mrs. Kapaun for helping deliver the items! Way to go!

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  • FCCLA Convention

    On Thursday, October 31, the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members of District 6 held a meeting at Central Cass High School. This meeting takes place every year as all members gather in support of the organization and commit to new positions. This year celebrates the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of FCCLA. This year’s meeting was presented in a new style called FACSx Talks. It was based on the popular TEDx Talks where instead of one speaker presenting for forty-five minutes to an hour, there are more speakers presenting for only fifteen minutes. The FACSx style was well received. It helped the students see a wide variety of presenters and organizations. The meeting consisted of many guest speakers. State supervisor, Ann Dietchman, introduced herself as the new state advisor for FCCLA. She shared her story of how FCCLA impacted her school and career achievements. Kirsten Keally from WDAY spoke to the members about public speaking and her experiences in reporting. In the afternoon, employees from Friends of the Children, a nonprofit in the FM, presented what they do to help underprivileged children succeed. Central Cass FACS teacher/FCCLA advisor, DeAnn Grommesh, gave a speech about the 2019-2020 theme: Our Story. The meeting ended with the installation of new district officer positions for 2020-2021. Congratulations to Tessa Thurlow from Fargo Davies for being elected as the new District 6 FCCLA president, as well as all the incoming officers. We look forward to the new upcoming year!

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