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  • Mission, Vision, and Values

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

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Central Cass Treehouse

Central Cass COVID-19 Risk Level

  • As the COVID-19 numbers continue to rise in North Dakota various counties have blue, green, and yellow risk levels. Schools throughout the region are also operating in a wide array of formats for both academic instruction and athletic events. We recognize this has caused some confusion in the community and we want to clarify a few things:

    • The state and county color code is assigned by the Governor in consultation with the ND Health Dept.
    • The state or county color does not distinguish the color of each school, although it may have an impact.
    • Each district works directly with its local or county health department to designate the school color. There are many variables to consider, most notably the occurrence rate of positive cases within the school itself.
    At this point, Central Cass School District remains in GREEN.
  • Central Cass Risk Level Chart  Activity Guidelines

Central Cass COVID-19 Protocol Reference Guide

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  • Weather Make-up Day Announcement

    North Dakota winter is at our doorsteps  

    Ithe event of inclement weather Central Cass will announce any schedule changes or cancellations on the Central Cass website, our district Facebook page, and through our blackboard (Email, Text, and/or Call) notification system.   

    The North Dakota Department of Instruction requires schools in North Dakota to meet a set number of instructional hours each school year. Although these requirements vary in ElementaryMiddle, and High School, the Central Cass School District calendar has an overage of hours that allows our schools some flexibility in emergency situations. 

    Because of that flexibility, our first two weather cancellations will not be distance learning days and will not need to be made up.  After our “extra” hours are used up the administrative team will discuss plan for distance learning and/make-up days moving forward.  We will communicate those changes and updates as needed.  

    Thank you and stay warm! 

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  • Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences 

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    The United States Secretary of Ag announced the extension of all Food Service Programs allowing schools to offer meals to all children at no charge through the end of the school year. Note: Seconds helpings will still be charged to your child’s lunch account.

    We are still asking our families to fill out a Free & Reduced meal application if you qualify! Many of the federal dollars our district receives are based on the number of free and/or reduced applications we have on file. In other words: if you meet the requirements, PLEASE APPLY! You will be helping the district out. All applications are kept confidential. 

    See our website for the Free and Reduced information and to apply: https://www.central-cass.k12.nd.us/FreeReducedLunch 

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  • Communication ~ October 16, 2020
    Please see the attached letter from Mr. Forness.
    Letter from Mr. Forness

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  • Communication ~ October 13, 2020
    Please see the attached letter from Mr. Forness.
    Letter from Mr. Forness

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  • Communication ~ October 9, 2020
    Please see the attached letter from Mr. Forness.
    Letter from Mr. Forness

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  • Communication ~ October 1, 2020

    Please see the attached letter from Mr. Forness along with two additional flyers. 

    Letter from Mr. Forness

    COVID Protocol Document

    Central Cass Risk Level Document

    Virtual Student's CLICK HERE to sign up for breakfast and lunches!

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • College Application Month

    This week, Central Cass Seniors participated in College Application Month, organized by Mrs. Ziegelmann, High School Counselor. When seniors apply to a North Dakota college during their school’s event, Bank of North Dakota pays one $35 application fee per student. Students received help with questions during the application process. Students were also encouraged to apply for additional colleges as well as scholarships and begin their Central Cass Dollars for Scholars Scholarship Application. More than 130 North Dakota high schools registered to host an event during College Application Month October 2019. 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.

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  • National Honor Society

    Congratulations to the Central Cass Students recently inducted into the National Honor Society! We are proud of you!

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  • National Fire Safety Month

    October is National Fire Safety Month. To celebrate the Casselton Fire Department brought a truck to the school for the kindergarten classes to see and explore as they went over important fire safety procedures. Thank you to the Casselton Fire Department for helping educate our youth and keeping us safe!

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  • Fourth Grade Erosion Demonstration

    Josh Monson from the NRCS (Natural Resource Conservation Service) brought in soil samples, erosion tables, and other demonstration materials to help the Central Cass fourth-graders meet the erosion and change learning objective in their science curriculum. Students witnessed the difference in erosion rates when comparing no-till, conventional tillage and natural landscapes such as prairies receive precipitation. Through the demonstration, students were able to observe the quality of the runoff from these land-use types and hypothesize how these affect water quality and the future of soil fertility in our valley.

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