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  • Please add the following 'Early Out' dates to your calendar.  The early outs are due to Parent Teacher Conferences.
    • November 7th
    • February 17th
    Note: Classes will get out at 1:25 pm and there will be no afternoon Special Education Preschool session.
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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!

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  • Guest Speaker
    We are excited to announce that Country Music Star RaeLynn Davis will be speaking to our 2nd-8th graders on Thursday, November 7 at 10:00 am in the BankNorth Theatre at Central Cass. RaeLynn will be talking about her diagnosis with Type 1 Diabetes and how she powers others to follow their dreams despite any obstacles they may face. RaeLynn and Celebrity Chef Tiffany Derry will be in Fargo later that day presenting starting at 4:30. Click the link below to learn more and to register for their free presentation at the Holiday Inn.
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  • Parent-Teacher Fall Conferences

    Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences will be on Thursday, November 7th from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

    Students will be dismissed at 1:30 pm on Thursday, November 7th and there will be No After School Program available.

    All conferences will be 10 minutes in length.

    Pre-K through 4th Grade Parents:
    Please sign up HERE for your elementary conference time and show up to your child's classroom five minutes before your scheduled time.

    5th Grade Parents:
    Your child's teachers will be in the North Gym. Conference times are based on first come, first served. Please visit your child's homeroom teacher first to visit on how your child is doing. They will have information from your child's other classes to share with you. If you have questions for your child's other teachers you can get in line to visit with them. Note: There will be a supper break for 5th Grade Teachers from 4:30-5:00, during that time no conferences will be held.

    6th - 12th Grade Parents:
    All MS/HS teachers will be set up at tables in the North Gym for your convenience. Note: There will be a supper break for High and Middle School teachers from 4:30-5:00, during that time no conferences will be held.

    Thanks and see you then!

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Casselton Vet Clinic Field Trip

    The Central Cass first graders went on a field trip to the Casselton Vet Clinic this week. Students were able to tour the clinic and see several animals that were currently there. They had many questions that were answered by the staff and they were excited to come back to school to share everything they learned! Thank you Casselton Vet for taking the time to show our students around!

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  • National Fire Safety Month

    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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  • Artist in Residence

    The Film Dudes (Minot, ND) were here to help to educate and inspire students in K-5 to explore the production of film. Their lessons focused on the development of literacy and social skills, public behaviors, and personal development through the film making process. Matt and Eric took our students through mini-lessons sharing the many aspects of film production and social media. Students got a snapshot of storyboards, writing, directing, acting, and producing to help engage in the creative process. We are lucky that the Film Dudes get to come back in February and end their residency with a community show on February 11, 2020.

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  • Shark Tank Season 2, Episode 1

    It was an exciting day on Monday when the “Sharks” visited Mrs. Hoffman's Management classroom again. Two teams put together a presentation to convince the Sharks to invest in their new business venture. In return, each potential investor proposed his investment plan that consisted of becoming part owner in the business, paying a royalty fee, or paying back interest on the investment. It was up to each team to decide which investor they would do business with. Team Squirrels is selling fuzzy socks with an embroidered stacked CC logo and that comes in 3 different colors. They are excited to be working with Bernie Sinner as he has taught them a plethora of knowledge on banking principles already. If you are interested in purchasing fuzzy socks, please send an email to allison.koetz@k12.nd.us. Team Central Cass is selling “Squirrel Fur” which is a 50” x 60” tailgate blanket with an embroidered squirrel logo. They chose Cory Oberlander’s offer and are excited for the opportunity to work with him to gain expertise on entrepreneurship. If you are interested in purchasing a blanket, please send an email to kameron.parker@k12.nd.us. Thank you to investors; Bernie Sinner, Tom Bresnahan, and Cory Oberlander for sharing your knowledge and presenting different investment scenarios to the students. Also, thank you to Lisa Metzger for bringing Junior Achievement into the classroom and Chad Bresnahan for your continued commitment to make this program a success.

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  • Custodial Worker’s Recognition Day

    Happy National Custodial Worker’s Recognition Day! We know Central Cass has the BEST maintenance and custodial workers around and we want to thank them for cleaning up after us day after day and for making our school sparkle and shine! Thanks for all you do!!! Note: Some were not able to make it for the picture but we thank them just the same!

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  • Kindergarten visits the Pumpkin Patch

    The kindergarteners had a great time at the Little Bitz Pumpkin Patch. They were able to play games, go on a horse-drawn carriage ride, and take home a mini pumpkin. Thank you all the volunteers who were able to help throughout the day.

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  • Dollar General Literacy Foundation Grant

    J.L. Turner was functionally illiterate with only a third-grade education, after his father's death, he quit school so he could work on the family farm and provide for his family. With hard work and determination, Turner went on to co-found Dollar General. Even though he was presented with many obstacles he believed it was never too late to learn! It is the goal of the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to help provide funds to ensure students have literacy-related tools to become better readers. The Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded Central Cass Elementary with a grant in the amount of $1,500. Library Media Specialist, Dana Stansbery, wrote the grant to purchase Science related leveled reading books to be used in Elementary classrooms.

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  • NDKA Conferenece

    The Central Cass Kindergarten teachers and NDKA president, Mrs. Holland spent the day in Grand Forks at the North Dakota Kindergarten Conference on Saturday, September 28th listening to the amazing behavioral specialist, Dan St. Romain! St. Romain taught ways to break bad habits and teach skills for a better-behaved classroom.

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  • Activities Fair

    On Friday, September 27th grades 5 through 12 participated in an 'Activities Fair' in the North Gym and Activites Entrance. Students were able to see the many different booths set up by students, advisors, and coaches with the various activities Central Cass has to offer. Students were given the chance to sign up for activities and have their questions answered on the spot. It was a great turn out and we thank everyone for your hard work making this happen and promoting participation at Central Cass!

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  • FFA SAE Hog Project

    A. Bruesch's was able to bring in several baby pigs to show Mr. Weinmann's FFA classes along with his online Intro to Ag Class. His hogs will be apart of his FFA SAE hog project this year. During the show and tell students were able to have a question and answer session and were able to see what it takes to raise and sell hogs.

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  • Pet Snake Visits Central Cass

    One of Mr. Wienmann's students brought his Ball Python to their Small Animal Class for a demonstration on having snakes as a pet. The students loved it and were very interested in learning more about the snake and what it takes to have one as a pet.

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