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Early Out/Late Start Schedule

  • Due to Professional Development requirements, please add the remaining following Early Out and Late Start dates to your calendar.
    April 18 - Late Start 
    Late Starts ~ Classes start at 10:45 am.  There will be no breakfast served and no morning preschool session.
    Early Outs ~ Classes get out at 1:25 pm.  No afternoon preschool session.
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Referendum Project ~Private/Public Fundraising~

New Goal Thermometer total $28,000,000

Mission Statement

  • The Mission of the Central Cass School District is to foster student excellence in cooperation with family and community and to provide educational opportunities in a safe and caring environment.

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!

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Philanthropy and Youth (PAY)

    The Philanthropy and Youth (PAY) group under the direction of Mrs. Grommesh have spent the year establishing its core values, building a mission statement and researching non-profit organizations. On Monday, March 19th they presented their ideas and shared their vision during group presentations at NDSU. Congrats to the group for learning and exploring how we can serve others.

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  • State DECA

    State DECA was held in Bismarck March 11th-13th. 18 Central Cass students competed and the following members were recognized in their event(s). T. Trautman and B. South earned gold certification for their School Based Enterprise report on the Squirrel's Den. C. Merrigan and A. Volk placed 6th in Buying and Merchandising. J. Ellison and D. Paulson placed 5th in Finance Services. H. Wruck placed 3rd in the test portion of the Hotel and Lodging Management Series. A. Zuther was recognized for being an outstanding new DECA member. Pictured are all the DECA students that attended the state competition along with their DECA coach, Mrs. Hoffman.

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  • Techy Tuesday ~ Student Led

    Every Tuesday after school, Central Cass teachers gather to learning new technology to enhance their teaching. They call this time Techy Tuesday. This week we switched the roles and brought in some 5th-Grade students to be the teachers. The students explained to the teachers how to use the 'Makey Makeys' that we have and showed them different ways they can use them in their classrooms. The teachers had a great time learning from the student and vice vera, the kids enjoyed getting to play the teacher role for once! Many teachers commented after hearing how easy the kids made it for them to learn they now felt comfortable using them in their own classrooms too.

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  • Choir Collaboration with UND

    On March 8th the Central Cass Concert Choir had the opportunity to work with the UND Concert Choir directed by Dr. Dean Jilek. Both choirs sang selections from their repertoire for each other. By chance, both choirs had been working on Earth Song by Frank Ticheli. Our students were able to sing along with the wonderful musicians from UND on this piece. They learned about many different avenues to continue singing beyond graduation. It was a very unique and meaningful experience for our singers

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  • First Grade Guest Reader

    Mrs. Bartholomay's first-grade classroom had a guest reader, Linda Francis this week. Francis is a former Kindergarten teacher, who writes children's books in her retirement. She read her book Hank, The Happy Hiker to her the first-grade class. In her Gingerbread Cousins Series, she uses the Gingerbread Man's cousins as characters who live in other states while they visit various national parks. The children loved getting to meet a real author and hearing stories of how she came up with ideas to write her books.

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