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  • The High School Office will be open 7:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday-Thursday throughout the summer.  Please call 701-347-5352 if you have any questions.  Thanks and have a GREAT summer!

Referendum Project ~Private/Public Fundraising~

Fundraising

Referendum Private & Public Donations

$2.0 million Casselton City Sales Tax

* $1.0 million Gary Tharaldson

$1.0 million "matching gift” challenge

$500,000 Parks & Rec

* $250,000 Booster Club

$250,000 First State Bank of ND

$100,000 Offutt Foundation

* $150,000 Glenn and Melissa Grommesh

$100,000 Otto Bremer Foundation Grant

$100,000 Mrs. Addie Jane Sinner

$100,000 SCHEELS

$50,000 DMF Sinner - Bresnahan Healthy Kids Initiative Fund "matching challenge"

$50,000 BNSF Railway Foundation Grant

$50,000 DMF Casselton Community Medical Foundation Fund "matching challenge"

$50,000 Friends of Fine Arts

* $50,000 Scott and Karen Kost

$50,000 James and Kristen Williams

$45,000 Anonymous Donations Total

$40,000 Jack and Betsy Dalrymple

$33,000 Central Cass School Board Members

$30,000 Microsoft Employee Match Gift

$25,000 Agveris

$25,000 Anonymous STEM Donations Total

$25,000 Petro Serve USA

$25,000 Jonathan and Amy Warrey

$20,000 Hagen Dental

$20,000 Monsanto Fund Grant

* $17,900 Softball Class of 2020

* $10,000 AgCountry

$10,000 Bob and Janice Miller

$10,000 Casselton Youth Basketball Association

$10,000 Dick and Irene Sinner

$10,000 George and Connie Blank

$10,000 Howe Seed Farms

$10,000 James Burgum

$10,000 Links and Pifer’s Auction & Realty

$10,000 Grant from Alex Stern Foundation

$10,000 Mitch and Jennifer Oakland

$10,000 Rural Cass County Theatre

$10,000 Jim and Jennifer Thompson

$10,000 Bill and Flora West

$6,000 Jerry's Excavating

$5,000 Ellery Bresnahan (DMF Challenge)

$5,000 John and Teresa Gulleson

$5,000 Master Basketball Academy

$5,000 Proseed

$5,000 Dan and Mary Zimmerman (DMF Challenge)

$2,000 Piper Tax Services

Earl's Repair % amount per ticket for 5 years

Geronimo Energy ~ STEM Collaborative Learning Space Sponsorship

Sanford ~ Training Room Sponsorship

10% of sales at Tigirlily CCHS Concert

* denotes an Athletics Donation

Mission Statement

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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!

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  • Building Update 7-12-17

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  • Building Update 6-16-17

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  • Site Safety Message

    Dear Central Cass patrons and community members,

    As you can clearly see there is much activity with all the construction taking place on the north side of town.  While much of it is related to the school project there are other projects (DOT 5th St. Project, Casselton Farms Housing Project and Steve Link’s Housing Development) taking place simultaneously.  There will be a tremendous amount of truck traffic and heavy equipment work taking place this summer.  

    That said, summer office hours are 7:00 pm – 4:00 pm, Monday – Thursday.  We will also have many activities taking place on school grounds; Driver’s Ed Class, Summer Weights and Parks and Rec Baseball practices.

    Krause Anderson, our Construction Manager at Risk (CMaR) has asked us to communicate the need to be cognizant of safety issues. Please remind your children of the following:

    • Be aware of truck and heavy equipment traffic.  
    • Be careful while crossing streets, walking or driving through the parking lot.  Please follow signage.  
    • Access the Baseball Field or North Parking lot by the athletic fields from the SE corner entrance point (by the bus barn wash bay).   A lane of traffic will be kept open to access the back parking area or door #12.
    • Public entry to the building should only be Door #1 or #12 for weight classes.  
    • Do not enter construction areas (inside or outside) without permission or hardhat.
    • Stay out of fenced in or blocked off construction sites.  
    • No access to the baseball field area from the west side of the school beginning June 5th until further notice, as construction on the new elementary will begin.  

    We recognize this project is a massive undertaking and provides short-term inconveniences and challenges, but the end result will be a wonderful addition to the school facilities and park board programming.   Again, SAFTEY is of the utmost concern, and we would appreciate your assistance in assuring that rules are followed and the project can move forward without incident.

    Thanks!

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  • Attention Athletes:
    Stellar Healthcare will once again be offering Sports Physicals at the school in the HS Office on Tuesday, July 25 & Wednesday, July 26 at 8:00 am - 12:00 pm both days. Cost of physical is $55 (cash or check only) and due at time of physical. Please sign up for a time slot in the HS Office. NDHSAA Physical forms are available in the HS office or on our website.

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  • Summer Weights

    Attached is the info for Summer Weights: Summer Weights 2017

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Monsanto Grant Winners

    Mistie Holland, Technology Integrationist and Dana Stansbery, Library and Media Specialist wrote and submitted the grant for Central Cass and plan to purchase four filled makerspace stations with the grant dollars. The focus will be to add agriculture exploration to the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Center, along with supplies needed for the centers to properly function. Holland states, “The makerspaces will include moveable carts that are filled with materials that allow students to become inquiry based learners and meet the needs of our students’ desire to be challenged and empowered through project-based learning enhancing STEM education at Central Cass.” “Today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. STEM related careers, specifically agricultural related, are some of the fastest growing and highest paid jobs of the 21st century. “We’re happy to support Central Cass with this Monsanto Fund grant.” Stated the leadership at Monsanto’s Research Center in Glyndon MN -Keith Jackson and John Gulleson.

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  • State Trapshooting

    The High School Trapshoot State Shoot was held on June 17 at Horace Shooting Park. Central Cass was one of 33 teams participating and ended up in 7th place for team. D. Klingbeil earned 3rd place in the varsity level at the state shoot. Central Cass also won Conference 1 with D. Klingbeil winning overall shooter and 1st place for the conference. B. Christensen placed 2nd in the boys division. In the girls division for conference 1 G. Loegering won 1st place, M. Knutson won 2nd place, and E. Loegering won 3rd place. Pictured: Back row: Coach Kittleson, C. Schlect, T. Bladow, E. Baril, D. Klingbeil, B. Christenson, and B. South. Front row: G. Loegering, M. Knutson, E. Loegering, and J. Heuer. Missing from the picture: C. Radermacher

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  • Rough Rider Conference

    On May 30th through June 2nd Central Cass teachers Stephanie Anderson, Brent Nelson, Renae Amundson, Justine Kapaun and our Food Service Director, Marty Kapaun and Food Service Worker, Melissa Czapiewski attended the 31st anniversary of the Rough Rider Conference in Medora, North Dakota. They attended several workshops that expressed the importance of movement in the classroom and in our personal lives. They learned about the growing problem of Type 2 Diabetes in the state of North Dakota and how to take action in our youth. They also attended workshops that dealt with school safety. As part of the conference they worked on updating our schools current wellness policy.

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  • High School Volleyball Team Camp

    Central Cass Head Volleyball Coach Nelson and Assistant Coach Svihovec held a High School Squirrel Volleyball Team Camp on June 12th-14th. The team worked on skills of the game, competitive team drills, and team activities to help develop the culture of the volleyball program. Their enthusiasm is contagious and we're all excited for the upcoming season!

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  • Volleyball Camp

    On June 5-7, 2017 Central Cass held a Squirrel Volleyball Camp for those entering grades 5-8 next fall. Head Coach Nelson ran the camp along with helpers from the High School Volleyball team. The girls worked on the basic fundamentals of the game and improved significantly over the three days of camp. Their spirit and work ethic was inspiring!

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  • 5th Grade Field Day

    On May 25th the fifth grade teachers grilled hotdogs for the students as they played games on the football field and track and had a picnic lunch. Students enjoyed the day while getting fresh air and exercise.

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  • 3rd Graders go to the Wahpeton Zoo

    The third graders visited the Chahinkapa Zoo in Wahpeton this week as an end of the year celebration. The students enjoyed getting to spend the day at the zoo learning about the different animals and having a picnic lunch.

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  • Kindergarten Picnic

    The kindergarteners and teachers spent the day at the Casselton Reservoir on May 24th exploring, playing, and having a picnic provided by the school. Lots of memories were made as they wrapped up the school year!

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  • Regional Track Qualifiers

    Congratulations to the following students who qualified for state at the SE Regional track meet on Friday, May 19th: M. Farquhar - Long Jump, L. Pyle - 400m Dash, H. Roesler - Discus, L. Pyle, A. Faleide, K. Garcia, J. Adelman - 4x400m Relay and M. Farquhar, T. Doboyou, W. Koetz, B. Knutson - 4x400m Relay

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  • 6th Grade Class Breakfast

    Throughout the 6th grade year each classroom hosts their own class breakfast on the last Friday of each month. It serves several purposes but team building and developing interpersonal skills are the key concepts behind the activity. The last class breakfast of the year is a very special day for our 6th graders. Students are asked to think about a person that has made a difference in their lives some how. They then personally invite that special guest to the last class breakfast. Each of the students practice their speaking and listening skills by introducing their special guest and telling the room full of people why this person is so important to them. It is a wonderful experience for everyone involved!

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Top Squirrel News

  • Ground Breaking Ceremony

    Central Cass Public Schools announced the groundbreaking of the $26 million dollar facilities improvement and expansion project. The Ground Breaking Ceremony was held on Monday, May 15, 2017 on the elementary playground, the future location of the new Early Childhood Center. Dignitaries included former Governor Jack and Betsy Dalrymple, Lee Anderson the Mayor of Casselton, Architects, Contractors, Administrators, Board Members, Representatives from the Fundraising Committee, PTA, Parks and Rec, and several students. Students played songs and listened to speakers before watching the dignitaries dig! It is an exciting time to be a squirrel!

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  • iPads Purchased with Grant Dollars

    We are excited to share that Central Cass has been awarded $5,000 from the ND Educational Technology Council. The funding from this grant helped with the purchase of 24 iPads with cases. This will allow elementary classrooms, on a rotational basis to go 1:1 for whole group instruction and projects. Pictured are a couple of Mr. Maasjo's 2nd grade students with the new iPad cart.

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  • CPR and AED Training

    The Casselton Ambulance team in association with ETA is spending the day at Central Cass to train all faculty and staff in adult, child and infant CPR and AED usage. Everyone took part in an online training earlier this week for the recertification process and will do in-person training today with the Ambulance team to make sure everyone in our building is certificated and prepared in case of an emergency. Thank you to the Rural Cass Ambulance Team for helping our faculty and staff with this process.

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  • Stem Center Renderings

    Architects, STEM Consultants, administration and teachers have been busy collaborating ideas on what our new STEM center will look like at Central Cass. The state of the art design will encompass Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math through fun, hands-on experiences where real learning occurs. Click the header for a link to look at a rendering of what our STEM center has the potential to look like. Note; furniture and details will change, but the walls and floor plan will likely stay the same with minor tweaking. To move the screen to look around, click and drag the screen. Pictured is Mr. Forness looking through 3D Binoculars at the rendering presented by Zerr Berg Architects. We have several sets of the binoculars in the main office if you want to see it for yourself in 3D.

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