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  • Central Cass Places 1st in Junior Achievement

    The Central Cass management class "Team Squirrels" taught by Mrs. Hoffmann learned many valuable business lessons this year while designing, marketing and selling their product, The Squirrel Tail, a Central Cass rally towel. To add to the real-life experiences the Team Squirrels along with 18 other area teams competed in the local Junior Achievement competition in Fargo, ND on Thursday, January 3rd to showcase their businesses. The top sellers for Team Squirrels: C. Gross, O. Warrey, J. Sullivan, and J. Hagen, presented and interviewed with a panel of judges. As first place winners, each of these four students was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from Junior Achievement. Thank you, Lisa Metzger, for bringing Junior Achievement into our classroom and to our community volunteer, Chad Bresnahan, for the countless hours you spent working with these students on their product.

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  • Marco Tour

    Some of Central Cass and Northern Cass help desk and marketing students toured Marco's corporate office in St. Cloud on December 19th. The purpose was to learn about Marco, how they manage their IT helpdesk, help customers, and hear about careers in technology from Marco employees. The students were able to also to listen to five different speakers while on their tour, including Central Cass Alumni Hunter Bultema (Pictured to the right), who works at Marco as their technology advisor.

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  • Kindergarten receives Holiday Greetings from all 50 States

    The kindergarten class once again asked for holiday cards from as many states as possible. Through word of mouth and social media sharing this year's kindergarten class was able to receive cards from all 50 states. This has only been done once or twice in all the years of trying. Students and teachers enjoyed getting all the holiday greetings and learning about the states as they collected the cards. Thank you to everyone who participated in this fun project!

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  • Peterson Farms Seed Donates 4 Drones to Central Cass High School

    Peterson Farms Seed, headquartered near Prosper, ND recently donated 4 UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) or drones to the Central Cass High School Agriscience Department. The drones will be used by nearly 100 Central Cass students as they learn about the practical uses of drones in Agriculture. Todd Weinmann, FFA Advisor and Ag Science Teacher with Central Cass says, “These drones will be an excellent addition for learning about drones that are actually used in agriculture versus the hobby drones students have been using previously.” Students will get hands-on experience using the drones to do crop field scanning, GPS map creation using onboard cameras and livestock monitoring. “We are happy to be able to support the next generation that’s learning about farming and agricultural sciences. This is just one small way we felt we could help support our local students,” says Nolan Berg, Precision Ag specialist at Peterson Farms Seed. Nolan Berg, Precision Ag Specialist at Peterson Farms Seed and Michael Schutt, Peterson Farms Seed Prosper, presented the drones to Mr. Weinmann and some of his 3rd hour Foundations of Agriculture class.

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  • Shine-A-Light Books

    Students enjoyed exploring Science and Social Studies related topics through the use of Shine-A-Light Books purchased in memory of Pat Knutson. Pat Knutson, a former teacher and school board member of Central Cass, and encouraged students to explore and read. The Shine-A-Light books are currently set up as a center in the Elementary Library and will be available for students to check out in January.

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  • Chicken Coop Project

    Mr. Weinmann's Foundations of AG Class recently designed and built a chicken coop as a class project. The class had decided to build the coop and donate the money raised to a student who had been in a truck vs. semi accident. "I am very proud of them for their work on this project and the idea to give back to others," states Mr. Weinmann.

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