Central Cass Schools

Fostering Student Excellence

Today, Tomorrow, Always

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Congratulations on your Retirement

  • Please help us in wishing Renae Amundson, Jan Brekken, and Paul Ott a happy retirement and thanking them for all they have done for Central Cass over the years! If you would like to send a card or greeting to the school we will make sure they get it.

    They will be greatly missed and we wish them the best on their retirement!


School Supply Lists

  • School Supply Pic

    Click HERE
    for the 2020-21
    School Supply List!

Mission, Vision, & Values

  • 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

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  • Communication Letter/Tech & Textbook Turn-In Info

    May 22, 2020

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  • Central Cass Awards Convocation and Program

    Please see links for the Central Cass Awards Convocation and Program. Congratulations to all the students on their academic achievements this year! 

    Convocation Program 2020

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  • Athletics and Fine Arts - Night of Champions
    Congratulations to our athletes and fine arts participants!
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  • Driver's Education

    Please see our link for important information on Driver's Education.

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  • Newsletter

    Please see our link for important end of the year details. Thank you!

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  • June 9, 2020 Election Information

    For this election, all voting will be mail-in ONLY. Cass County residents who were listed in the Central Voter File will receive a letter in the mail from the Secretary of State between April 20 and April 30 with information regarding the June election AND an application for the mail-in ballot. You MUST return this self-addressed postage-paid application to receive a ballot for voting.

    If you do not receive an application for voting in the mail you can go online to www.vote.nd.gov and fill out, print, sign and mail your application to your county auditor. You can also call the Cass County Auditor directly 701-241-5600 and they can mail an application to you.

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Teacher of the Year and Classified Employee of the Year

    Congratulations to Sally Dumas for being named Central Cass Teacher of the Year 2020 and to Francie Albaugh for being named Central Cass Classified Employee of the Year 2020!

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  • 2020 Valedictorians and Salutatorian

    Central Cass High School is pleased to announce the Valedictorians and Salutatorian for the Class of 2020. Katherine Kempel daughter of Greg and Susan Kempel, Ema Lee daughter of Mike and Angela Lee, Christian Lietz son of Broc and Karen Lietz, and Rebecca VanHal daughter of Chris and Leta Beth Van Hal has been named as Valedictorians. Greta Gibson daughter of Don and Valorie Gibson has been named Salutatorian. All five are exemplary students and citizens and have been involved in numerous activities and programs.

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  • Kingsley Accepts Technology Coordinator Position

    We are excited to announce Alex Kingsley has accepted the Technology Coordinator position at Central Cass for the 2020-2021 School Year. He will be working with Mr. Ott for the remainder of the school year, who will be retiring in May. Kingsley’s experience includes seven and a half years of IT experience with the Fargo Public Schools District Office Help Desk and six years of IT experience at Network Center Inc. You may also recognize him as our Head Girls Track and Field Coach for the Squirrels! Please help us congratulate and welcome Alex Kingsley to Central Cass as a full-time employee.

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  • Grabbing Items from the School

    We opened the school on March 17th and March 19th for students to come in and grab what they need. It was a sad day for everyone but the teachers and staff stepped up and had everything bagged and ready for easy distribution.

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  • Sandbagging 2020

    A big shout out to our 8th graders that helped fill sandbags at Sandbag Central this year. Sandbag Central closed operations Friday, March 13, but they needed one last hurrah from volunteers to reach their goal of 225,000 sandbags.

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  • North Sargent Speech Meet

    Casselton placed 3rd at the North Sargent Speech Meet this weekend. Congratulations to following students for placing: K. Kempel - 5th in Dramatic Interp, S. Kempel - 8th in EPR, J. Schneider - 8th in Entertain, K Kempel - 1st and qualifying for state in Extemp., S. Stautz -1st and qualifying for state in Radio, K. Kempel & S. Kempel - 5th in Serious Duo, A. Sears & J. Schneider - 1st and qualifying for state in Humorous Duo, A. Sears - 2nd and E. Loegering - 5th in Humorous, and E. Loegering - 2nd, A. Nicholson - 7th, and E, Wheeler - 8th in Storytelling

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  • Healthy Youth Coordinator

    The Central Cass School District, Casselton Parks and Rec, City of Casselton, Cass County Sherriff's Department, Casselton Ministerium, Casselton Business Association, and Sinner-Bresnahan Healthy Kids Initiative are excited to announce that Lori Faleide has been hired as is the new Community Healthy Youth Coordinator. She starts her new position in April, working with the existing coordinator, Amy Warrey who will be leaving the position at the end of the school year. Lori will work closely with the School, Park Board, PTA, FCA, CBA, Sinner Bresnahan – “Healthy Kids” and other youth advocates to create positive activities to decrease the access and usage of drugs and alcohol by young people, and support overall community health and wellness. Faleide grew up in West Fargo and graduated from the University of North Dakota with degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology. While there she ran for the women’s cross country and track team. She previously was a police officer for the City of Fargo, Executive Safety and Security Manager for both SAKs incorporated and the Target Corporation and has also been an assistant track coach and substitute teacher at Central Cass. She currently lives in Casselton with her husband, Jason, and children Abby (Senior), Sam (Sophomore), Emmy (6thgrade), Sophie (3rd grade) and two dogs Willow and Oakley. Congratulations to Lori Faleide and we look forward to working with you!

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