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Early Outs Schedule

  • Please add the following 'Early Out' dates to your calendar.  The early outs are due to Parent Teacher Conferences.
    • November 13th
    • April 4th
    Note: Classes will get out at 1:25 pm and there will be no afternoon preschool session.
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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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  • Practice ACT

    Attention all Juniors! This is an opportunity to take a free, practice ACT to help you improve your ACT Score!

    8:45 am -12:00 pm, Saturday, Nov. 10, 2019, in the Media Center. 

    Students will take a retired version of an actual ACT Test proctored by Mrs. Ziegelmann under standard timing conditions.

    Students will score themselves using RUReady.ND.gov Testing Program, with guidance from Mrs. Z, and get a preliminary ACT Score. With this score, students can focus on specific areas to improve their overall ACT Score for the upcoming March 12, 2020, North Dakota Junior ACT Test Date.

    Sign-up with Mrs. Ziegelmann in the HS Counseling Office or by email Trista.Ziegelmann@k12.nd.us


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  • One Act Play

    On October 26th and 27th at 7:30 pm come to see the Central Cass One Act group perform Elephant's Graveyard in the new BankNorth theatre at Central Cass! This is a free event! Following both performances there will be a social hour with desserts and refreshments!

    Elephant's Graveyard Play

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  • Red Ribbon Week

    As part of Red Ribbon Week, we will have dress-up days for grades PreK through 8th. 

    Red Ribbon Week

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  • Couple Reminders:

    Building hours are 7:00 am - 4:00 pm. Students should only be in the building after these hours if they are here for a school-sanctioned activity. All others should go home or to daycare. No supervision is available after hours. Students will be asked to wait for rides after 4:00 PM in the Events Entrance on the east side of the building.

    Information for parents and students regarding football games - Only grades 7 - 12 will be allowed in the D-zone on the field. All other students should be in the stands with their parents. Parents: Your children are your responsibility at all extracurricular events at Central Cass.

    NO FOOD OR DRINK of any kind is allowed on the turf.

    Doors to the school will be locked at 5:00 pm every day unless there is an event. The doors on the east side of the building will be open for events and will be the only doors open to the building. Visitors should park in the East lot for any events. Students should be picked up after hours on the east side of the building at the Events Entrance.  Thank you!

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • DECA Fall Leadership Conference

    Central Cass DECA students competed at the largest Fall Leadership Conference in ND DECA history. The conference was held in Fargo. Students listened to guest speakers and attended breakout sessions consisting of many different marketing topics. Each student took a 50 question marketing test and participated in a role play event at the conference. Congratulations to the following students for being top placers: Left to Right: A, Sears written test, B. Sinner role play and written test, A. Volk role play, J. Ellison written test, and C. Gross role play.

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  • Generations Connecting

    Several of Mrs. Buckhouse 6th grade students were asked by Generations Connecting to serve the meal and desserts at the annual Senior Citizens Day luncheon. The 6th graders did a fabulous job and were complimented on their work. They all enjoyed the experience and were talking about ways they could help again in the community.

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  • Ag in the Classroom Mini-Grant Winner

    Congratulations to Mr. Weinmann, Central Cass FFA Coach who won $500 this week from the North Dakota Department of Agriculture and the North Dakota FFA Foundation, Inc. "Ag in the Classroom Mini-grant." Mr. Weinmann plans to use the awarded grant dollars to purchase seven drones to help give his students hands-on experiences related to agricultural education.

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  • Kindergarten Visits Firehall

    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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  • Management Students face the "Sharks"

    Mrs. Hoffman's second-year marketing students recently turned the classroom into their own episode of Shark Tank. Team Squirrels put together a presentation to convince the Sharks, Bernie Sinner, Tom Bresnahan, and Jonathan Warrey to part with their own hard-earned cash and give them the funding to cover startup costs for a new business adventure. 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 the students to decide which investor they would do business with. Thank you to all investors for presenting your offer, we are excited to work with Jonathan. Also, thank you, Lisa Metzger, for bringing Junior Achievement into the classroom and Chad Bresnahan for the countless hours you have volunteered to make this a success. Be on the lookout at upcoming sporting events to purchase your very own Central Cass rally towel “The Squirrel Tail!”

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  • College Application Day

    Central Cass Seniors participated in College Application Day on Thursday, October 11th, 2018 organized by Mrs. Ziegelmann, Central Cass Guidance Counselor and Registrar. When seniors apply to a North Dakota college during this event, Bank of North Dakota paid one $35 application fee per student. Volunteers from local colleges, Central Cass Dollars for Scholars Chapter, and school staff, were on hand to help students with questions during the application process. Students were also encouraged to apply for scholarships and begin their Dollars for Scholars Scholarship Application. More than 130 North Dakota high schools registered to host an event during College Application Month this October. College Application Month (CAM) is part of a national initiative known as the American College Application Campaign. The American Council on Education started this program in 2005 with a single high school in North Carolina. Today, it reaches more than 250,000 schools in all 50 states. North Dakota was the final state to join the initiative in 2014. The goal of CAM is to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students pursuing a college degree or other higher education credential. Nationally, this effort has been extremely effective in meeting these needs with schools indicating that up to 77 percent of the applicants on these days were in that demographic.

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  • NDSU Agronomy Seed Farm Field Trip

    Mr. Weinmann’s Ag Science students attended the NDSU Agronomy Seed Farm on October 9th as part of a hands-on approach to learning about the seed plant and its operation. One student was quoted when at the end of the tour, “I liked the explanations of the new technology and machinery that Brian Otteson gave. It was cold but worth it!” The students were excited and said they were happy to be able to go to learn more about the agronomy with the field trip. Thank you to NDSU Agronomy Seed Farm and Mr. Otteson for this opportunity!

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