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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!

5th Quarter

  • Kickboxing Jan 24th

Central Cass Treehouse

  • Central Cass Treehouse


    This week we celebrate Mrs. Robinson, one of our Kindergarten Teachers at Central Cass who this year celebrates her 20th year in education! She has served on our Academic Leadership Team in the past and is currently on the Advanced Ed Team, is a Teacher Mentor, a PTA representative, and teaches Gearing Up for Kindergarten. More about Mrs. Robinson... Favorite Color: Red, Favorite Snack: Chex Mix, Favorite Candy: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Favorite Cookie: Sugar, and Favorite Pop: Diet Mt. Dew.
    Thanks for all you do for our students and school, Mrs. Robinson! We are lucky to have you at Central Cass!

    Mrs. Robinson

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  • Healthy Youth Coordinator Job Opening 

    Central Cass School, in collaboration with the City of Casselton, Casselton Parks and Rec, Cass County Sheriff’s Department, Casselton ministerium, Casselton Business Association, and Sinner-Bresnahan Health Kids Initiative is hiring a Casselton Community “Healthy Youth” Coordinator. The position is full-time, 12 months. See our website for the full job description at https://www.central-cass.k12.nd.us/jobs

    Please e-mail letter of application, resume, and three references to morgan.forness@k12.nd.us by February 1, 2020, or mail to Central Cass School District, c/o Morgan Forness, 5th St. N, Casselton, ND 58012

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  • Parent-Teacher Spring Conferences
    Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences will be on Monday, February 17th from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Students will be dismissed at 1:30 pm and there will be no After School Program available.
    All conferences will be 10 minutes in length.
    Pre-K through 4th Grade Parents:
    Please sign up HERE for your elementary conference time or on the link on the left side of our website.
    5th Grade Parents:
    Your child's teachers will be in the North Gym. Conference times will be 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 North 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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  • Kindergarten Screening

    Attention Parents of Kindergarteners entering Fall of 2020: Letters will be mailed out soon explaining Kindergarten Screening on February 27th and 28th. We are asking you to sign up for a screening time for your child if they plan to come to Kindergarten this fall by clicking the "Kindergarten Screening Sign Up" link on the left side of the website or clicking the link below.

    Please call the elementary office at 701-347-5353 if you have any questions. Thank you and we look forward to meeting our future Central Cass Kindergarteners on February 27th & 28th!


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  • High School Musical

    Mark your calendars for the High School Musical "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee". Auditions and callbacks will be January 6, 7, and 9th. See Mr. James Fornes with questions.

    High School Musical

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Student Council working at the Rural Cass County Food Pantry

    The Central Cass High School Student Council happily assisted the Rural Cass County Food Pantry inventory on January 15th! Great job to them, lending a helping hand!

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  • Central Cass Robotics

    Congratulations to the Central Cass Robotics team for placing 2nd at the NDSU scrimmage on Saturday, January 11th! Keep up the good work!

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  • Hour of Code

    Central Cass participated in our ALL school hour of code today, January 10th! Students were intermixed by different grade levels and sent throughout the school to code. It was a great event and the students were excited to dive deeper into coding together and didn't want the hour to end!

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  • Cookie Baking in 4th Grade

    Mrs. Ebertowski's fourth-grade class spent the afternoon learning how to bake holiday cookies and treats. There were several parent and grandparent volunteers that helped the students as they mixed, poured, formed, pressed and baked the treats.

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  • Kindergarten 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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  • 4th Grade Class Codes with Mr. Rexine from EduTech

    Mrs. Nelson's 4th graders spent the afternoon coding with EduTech's Information Technology Specialist, Mr. Kelly Rexine. Students used the Micro:bit to make a digital name tag, a rock/paper/scissors game, Bluetooth communication device and made their own music. Makecode.com was the site they used to help understand and create their code. It was a fun day of learning and exploring the possibilities of coding our physical world. Thank you to Mr. Rexine for spending the afternoon with us!

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  • 23 and Debt Free

    The Central Cass Family and Consumer Science Department hosted the 23 and Debt Free presentation by Annika Joy Caldwell on December 10th. Central Cass Juniors and Seniors were in attendance to learn what they can do to help stay out of debt.

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  • Polar Express Party

    As part of a thematic unit, the kindergarten students had 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 in the theatre. Students later had hot chocolate with marshmallows. Pictured is Mrs. Robinson's Class making their way down the Polar Express Tracks.

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  • State Student Council Conference

    Four Central Cass High School Students are in Bismarck attending the State Student Council Conference this week. This is a two-day event based upon student - lead learning and leadership at it's finest!

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