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    • 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.

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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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  • Reading Week

    Reading Week

    Grades Preschool through 4th grade are encouraged to participate in the following dress up days and activities next week (March 25th-29th)

    Monday: Hawkeye Day (dress up in RedHawks colors/gear)
    *A visit from Hawkeye will take place in the afternoon!

    Tuesday: Book Character Day (dress up as your favorite book character)
    *Prizes will be given to the class who has the most characters in their classroom!

    Wednesday: Look for a Good Book (wear sunglasses)
    *A special guest reader will visit classrooms.

    Thursday: Wear a Shirt You Can Read (wear an appropriate shirt with slogans or words)
    *A special guest reader will visit classrooms.

    Friday: Campout with a Good Book (wear your camping gear and bring a flashlight)
    *Students will participate in reading in tents with their flashlights throughout the day.

    ALL WEEK: A book exchange will be set up outside the elementary library (across from Mrs. Bastian’s classroom). Please feel free to bring in books that you no longer use at home/want to exchange for a book that is located on the table. We will also be playing Book Bingo all week in preparation for the Scholastic Book Fair during parent-teacher conferences. The winning class will receive a special treat from the book fair!

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  • Teacher of the Year
    Central Cass Administration is excited to accept nominations for the Central Cass Teacher of the Year. As a district, we want to recognize the outstanding educators that work within our walls, as well as send a nomination onto the North Dakota Teach of the Year Competition. Please consider nominating a certified staff member that deserves recognition for their never-ending commitment to this challenging profession.
    Nominations are due by Friday, April 12th. See the link below to nominate a deserving teacher!
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  • Save the Date!

    Thank you to the Rural Cass Community Theatre - RCCT, the Central Cass Friends of Fine Arts, and the 5th Quarter for helping bring this exciting event to Central Cass!

    Buy Tickets HERE!

    Dueces Wild! Tickets on Sale NOW!

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  • Parent Teacher Spring Conferences

    Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, April 4th from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  Students will have an early dismissed at 1:30 pm.

    Conferences will be 10 minutes in length.

    Preschool through 4th Grade Parents:
    Please find your child's teacher on the sign up to reserve a conference time at: www.signupgenius.com/tabs/43072D705AEC2EFC06-central 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 South 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 South 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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  • Hawkeye Visits Central Cass Elementary

    As part of the Reading Month celebrations in the elementary, Hawkeye from the Fargo Moorhead Redhawks came to visit the students to promote reading. The Hawkeye Reading Program encourages students to read books and earn prizes, with the end prize being a ticket to see a Redhawks baseball game. Watch for more information explaining the program coming home with the students!

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  • 6th Grade Castle Project

    The 6th graders learned about many aspects of the Middle Ages as part of an interdisciplinary unit. Their final project of the study was to build a castle out of recyclable materials and be able to tell about the many uses and who lived/ worked within the castle for Social Studies. They had to scale different parts of the castle for Math, build a catapult in Science, and read The Prince and the Pauper in ELA and create a diorama. It was a great experience for the students! Pictured are the students in Mrs. Buckhouse's Social Studies class showing off their final projects to the parents and other grade levels that came to visit.

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  • Shaun Mitzel visited Central Cass

    Shaun Mitzel visited Central Cass to share his story and his music with students. The 7-12th-graders had the opportunity to listen to Shaun's sing and play both acoustic and electric guitar. Shaun will be teaching group guitar lessons sponsored by 5th Quarter. Over 40 students signed up yesterday to learn from him!

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  • Cart/Catapult Devices

    Mr. DeHaven's sixth-grade science classes are learning about the Engineering and Design Process this week as they are designing a cart/catapult device with the materials provided that is capable of moving under its own power and launching a 4-gram washer. As part of the Engineering and Design Process students are 1) Defining the problem 2) Researching 3) Brainstorming 4) Choosing the best solution 5) Building a prototype 6) Testing their solution 7) Communicating their solution and 8) Redesigning as needed.

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