Central Cass Schools

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Regular Ed. Pre-K

  • We are happy to announce we have enough students registered, with paid deposits, to fill one Regular Education Pre-Kindergarten classroom for the 2020-2021 school year! Registration will remain open in hopes of filling a second classroom, which we are already partway there.

    If you are interested in being put on the waiting list or learning more about our Pre-Kindergarten program, please see our the link: https://www.central-cass.k12.nd.us/Page/534

    Please note the second section will only happen if there is enough interest. To allow for hiring high-quality staff, we will make final decisions on a second section prior to May 1st.

    Register your child today or share this amazing opportunity with any family looking for Pre-Kindergarten instruction for the 2020-2021 school year! Thank you!

    Pre-Kindergarten

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

  • Check back for more opportunities as we have them planned.  Thank you! 

Central Cass Treehouse

  • Central Cass Treehouse

Announcements

  • Teacher of the Year Finalists

    Congratulations to our three finalists for Central Cass Teacher of the Year for 2020; Jeff Dasovick, Sally Dumas, and Kiley Hicks.

    2020 Teacher of the Year Finalists

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  • If you missed picking up your child’s items from the school, we will contact you and make alternative arrangments. Thank you!

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  • Online Learning Newsletter 3-19-20Distance Learning Information
    Please see the Central Cass newsletter with important information regarding our plan for Distance Learning for all Prek-12th grade students that we will begin on Monday, March 23rd.  Thank you.

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    Breakfast and Lunch Needs Form
      
    CLICK link or picture above to let us know your Breakfast and Lunch Needs

    We have some updates to the free breakfast and lunches offered by Central Cass School. We have added additional lunch pick up locations (Listed below) and now meals are available for all Central Cass Students AND any child up to age 18. Under USDA guidelines, children must be present to receive the meal which allows the District to receive reimbursement from the state and the federal government. 

    The sites and pick up times listed below are solely for pick-up of meals and will not be consumed at the site.

    Central Cass School District Office
    802 5th St N, Casselton
    11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

    Cottonwood Golf Course
    302 6th Ave S, Casselton
    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

    The Old Wheatland Post Office
    2210 Front St, Wheatland
    11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    The Pit 88 (Amenia Bar)
    224 S Woodward Ave, Amenia
    12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

    Bronco Bar Chaffee
    107 Main St, Chaffee
    11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

    Bethel Moravian Church
    15407 49th St SE, Leonard
    12:15 PM - 12:30 PM

    Mapleton
    The intersection of 3rd St & 6th Ave
    11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

    Hagge's
    650 Carl Olsen St, Mapleton
    12:15 PM - 12:30 PM

    * Deliveries made to those unable to pick up will be made between 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM. Please email Kelly Everson at Kelly.Everson@k12.nd.us with any questions. Thank you!

     

    Technology Needs Form

    ***Please fill out the survey below ONLY if you have a technology need. We are asking students in grades 6-12 to share their school-issued devices with younger siblings as much as possible. Thank you for your flexibility during this time.  
    CLICK link or the picture above to let us know your Technology Needs

     

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  • Central Cass Emergency Response Plan Newsletter 3-15-20Emergency Response Plan
    Please see the Central Cass Emergency Response Plan Newsletter with important information on COVID-19. We understand there may be a lot of questions, as this is uncharted territory for us.  If you do have inquiries please contact our Administration by email or phone.  Thank you! 

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • 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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  • West Fargo Sheyenne Speech Meet

    Good job to the students who participated in the speech meet at West Fargo Sheyenne this weekend. K. Kempel placed 3rd in Dramatic Interp. and 8th in Serious Prose and S. Stautz placed 6th in Radio.

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  • Kids Heart Challenge

    At the beginning of the Kids Heart Challenge, the students set a goal to raise $10,000. As an incentive to beat the goal, Physical Education Teachers Ms. Vaudrin and Mr. Nelson offered to get pies thrown at them. It was a record-breaking year as more students than ever before participated and a grand total of $15,671 was raised for the American Heart Association. The top fundraisers got their chance today to pie the teachers in the face, during Morning Assembly. Thank you to everyone who helped raise money for this great cause!

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  • Dental Health Month

    February is Dental Health Month. Dr. Hagen and Dr. West-Roehl and their staff invited the kindergarteners to the office to learn more about keeping their teeth healthy. Thank you, Hagen Dental, for the wonderful opportunity!

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  • Kempel and Lee awarded to the Class B Academic All-State Team

    The North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals is excited to announce that the 2020 North Dakota Academic All-State Teams have been selected. 207 high school seniors are nominated by their school principal and compete for the honor on a state-wide basis in both Class A and Class B divisions. Student selection is based on overall grade-point averages, ACT or SAT test scores, extracurricular activities, community involvement, and leadership qualities. Central Cass is pleased to announce that senior Katherine Kempel was selected to the Class B Gold Team of the 2020 Academic All-State Team and Ema Lee was selected to the Class B Silver Team of the 2020 Academic All-State Team. Congratulations to our two seniors on this elite honor.

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  • United Way of Cass Clay recognizes Central Cass

    Each year, United Way of Cass Clay recognizes a select group of companies and community members who have gone above and beyond for their service and involvement. We are excited to share that Central Cass Public School was one of the select groups nominated for the LIVE UNITED award! The United Way visited Central Cass today to deliver the nomination and to congratulate our counselors and Mr. Forness. The winners of each award will be announced at their LIVE UNITED Awards and Annual Meeting Event on March 24th.

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  • Fargo Shanley Speech Meet

    Congratulations to the students that participated and placed at the speech meet this weekend at Fargo Shanley: Humorous Duo: J. Schneider & A. Sears- 2nd, Speech to Entertain: J. Schneider- 5th, Serious Duo:K. Kempel & S. Kempel- 1st, EPR: K. Kempel- 1st *State Qualifying, Dramatic Interp.: K. Kempel- 3rd, and Storytelling: E. Wheeler- 4th

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