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  • Please add the following 'Early Out' dates to your calendar.  The early outs are due to Parent Teacher Conferences.
    • April 4th
    Note: Classes will get out at 1:25 pm and there will be no afternoon preschool session.
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  • 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!


  • Close Up Breakfast and Silent Auction

    Come out to support our Close Up students trying to raise money to go Washington D.C. this Sunday, December 16th for a pancake feed and silent auction from 9:00 am to 12:30 in the high school commons. Hope to see you there!

    Come out to support our Up Close students trying to raise money to go Washington D.C. this Sunday, December 16th for a pancak

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  • Amanda's Hope Chest

    Middle School Studnet Council is collecting items for Amanda's Hope Chest. Items are due by December 20th.

    Focus Items: Art and Craft Supplies

    Art/craft Ideas: markers, color pencils, crayons, coloring books, craft books, activity books, craft kits, notebooks, journals, play-doh, gel pens

    Other items in need: books, blankets, board games, thermal hats and gloves, socks, clothing in sizes girls 6/6T boys size 5/5T, and held games, and anything you feel will bring joy to a child.

    Please note: * ALL ITEMS MUST BE NEW*

    Amanda's Hope Chest, donate toys to foster care kids.  All donations need to be dropped off by December 20th.

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  • Shine-A-Light Books

    Students enjoyed exploring Science and Social Studies related topics through the use of Shine-A-Light Books purchased in memory of Pat Knutson. Pat Knutson, a former teacher and school board member of Central Cass, and encouraged students to explore and read. The Shine-A-Light books are currently set up as a center in the Elementary Library and will be available for students to check out in January.

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  • Chicken Coop Project

    Mr. Weinmann's Foundations of AG Class recently designed and built a chicken coop as a class project. The class had decided to build the coop and donate the money raised to a student who had been in a truck vs. semi accident. "I am very proud of them for their work on this project and the idea to give back to others," states Mr. Weinmann.

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  • Gingerbread Houses

    The Central Cass Kindergarten students along with parent and grandparent volunteers spent the morning decorating gingerbread houses to wrap up a thematic unit on Gingerbread. The students helped provide the supplies to decorate and were very creative in their designs. Thank you to all the parents and grandparents who were able to come for the morning to help with this special project!

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  • Casselton Veterinarian Clinic Tour

    To add to the ag curriculum, Mr. Weinmann's 8th graders were able to tour the Casselton Veterinarian Clinic on December 6th. The students enjoyed learning more about the operations of the Vet Clinic, what it takes to be a vet tech or veterinarian, and seeing the animals up close. Picture are the students with baby goats they saw on the tour.

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  • North Dakota State Student Council Convention

    Left to Right: M. Miller, L. Hagen, T. Rausch, S. Kundert, and M. Gulleson, attended the North Dakota State Student Council Convention on December 9th through the 11th in Bismarck, ND. The conference focuses on bringing together students from across the state that have a passion for leadership, a drive to positively impact their communities and to be servant leaders. This year there were over 1,400 students in attendance.

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  • Hour of Code

    Central Cass participated in our first ever ALL school hour of code today, December 7th! As part of the celebration for the Global Computer Science Week, we intermixed all the grade levels into groups that went to areas throughout the school to code at the same time. A special thank you to the Microsoft employees who came to help us kick off the Hour of Code! It was a great event and the students were excited to learn more about coding and didn't want the hour to end!

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  • Mrs. E's Class learns about Netherland's Traditions

    Mrs. Ebertowskid's JET student this year is a foreign exchange from the Netherlands. On December 5th she explained to the fourth graders that her country celebrates Saint Nicholas. She taught the kids about the St. Nicholas tradition, a couple of Dutch songs and words, and answered their curious questions. To top it off she brought in a treat bag filled with small cookies and candies from the Netherlands for each student in the class. Pictured are the students with puppets and hats that are from the Netherlands.

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  • Polar Express in Kindergarten

    As part of a thematic unit, the kindergarten students ended the week with a Polar Express Party. They wore their pajamas, read the book, and then took the "Polar Express" down the hall where they watched the movie on the big screen. Students later had hot chocolate with marshmallows.

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