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  • The Mission of the Central Cass School District is to foster student excellence in cooperation with family and community and to provide educational opportunities in a safe and caring environment.

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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!

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Announcements

  • Storm Day Forgiven
    We are very happy to announce that Governor Burgum has accepted our second waiver to forgive the additional storm day we took on April 12th. With this waiver, we now have no additional days to make up and will follow our school calendar as planned for the remainder of the year.
     
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  • Wolf Ridge 7th Grade Parent Meeting

    There will be a Wolf Ridge Parent meeting for all 7th-grade parents on Wednesday, April 24th at 7:00 pm in the Media Center.  It is strongly encouraged to attend if able.  Please contact Stephanie Anderson with any questions you may have.  Thank you!

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  • FFA Banquet

    The Central Cass FFA Chapter invites you their Annual Awards Banquet. The banquet will be held on Friday, April 26th at 6:00 pm in the high school cafeteria. Attending the banquet is a chance to learn more about FFA and its vast opportunities.

    Dinner will be pulled pork, baked beans, and tossed salads. The cost is $10. Tickets available from FFA members, Todd Weinmann, and the office. Please, come and enjoy the student's success and the silent auction. You may also RSVP by emailing todd.weinmann@k12.nd.us. We hope you're able to attend and help make our banquet a success!

    FFA Banquet

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  • Save the Date!

    Thank you to the Rural Cass Community Theatre - RCCT, the Central Cass Friends of Fine Arts, and the 5th Quarter for helping bring this exciting event to Central Cass!

    Buy Tickets HERE!

    Dueces Wild! Tickets on Sale NOW!

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  • FCCLA & Philanthropy and Youth Service Project

    Service Project

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  • May 6-10th is Mental Health Week!
    Help us get the word out about this free event as we make an effort to #Endthestigma around Teen Mental Health and the topics that surround it. There will be several mini-lessons the week of May 6-10th for grades 5-12 at the school but we encourage you to come to this community event to learn more about how we can support our children, family, and friends!

    Hope Wednesday, May 8th

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  • Save the date!

    Graduation, June 2nd at 1:30 pm

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Regional Science Olympiad

    Congratulations to the following students for placing at Regionals in Science Olympiad and good luck at State on April 27 at NDSU! High School Medal Winners at Regionals: 2nd place – Dynamic Planet - G. Gibson and C. Sell, 2nd place - Designer Genes - P. Haugen and K. Kempel, 2nd place - Forensics - J. Lietz and J. Dixon, 3rd place - Write It Do It - G. Gibson and R. VanHal, 2nd place - Mission Possible - J. and C. Lietz, 1st place - Sounds of Music - K. Kempel and R. VanHal, 2nd place - Fermi Questions - L. Roth and S. Blotsky Middle School Medal Winners at Regionals: 3rd place - Battery Buggy - L. Braaten and A. Garman, 3rd place - Boomilever - J. Crandall and E. Buhr, 3rd place - Dynamic Planet - D. Knuth and J. Neidviecky, 2nd place - Roller Coaster - J. Iwen and C. Bartholomay, 3rd place - Water Quality - E. Walsvik and A. Meyer, 1st place - Fossils - R. Burchill and J. Johnson, 3rd place - Fossils - K. Pearson and A. Hoffmeyer, 1st place - Herpetology - M. Hoffmeyer and R. Burchill, 1st place - Meteorology - M. VanHal and S. Kempel, 3rd place - Mystery Architecture - G. Haugen and J. Neidviecky, 2nd place - Write It/ Do It -- M. Hoffmeyer and J. Neidviecky

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  • PreK Teacher

    We are thrilled to announce we have hired our Regular Education Pre-K Teacher! Karren Bartholomay has been in education for 16 years; eight years in Kansas teaching 2nd Grade and eight years at Central Cass teaching 1st Grade. She has a Bachelor's of Science in Elementary Education from VCSU with minors in Early Childhood Education and Speech, Communications, and Theater. She is passionate about Early Childhood and early intervention and we know she is the perfect person to get our new Pre-K up and running! She and her husband Micah will be married for 17 years this summer and have 4 children; Cassie, Elise, Brynne, and Issac. Congratulations again to Karren and we wish you all the best as you start this next chapter in your teaching career!

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  • Junior/Senior Banquet

    The Junior/Senior Banquet was held on Thursday, April 4th. This tradition, hosted by the Junior class, is a way to celebrate our seniors and their journey towards graduation this May. Congratulations Seniors!

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  • Close-Up

    Written by M. Gulleson: March 24th through the 30th eighteen of my peers and I were able to travel to both Washington DC and New York City to experience these cities through the Close-Up program. Spending five days in DC and two days in New York, we were able to travel to various different memorials, national monuments, and many Smithsonian museums. In DC, at each stop we would gather into different workshops composed of people from all around the country and learn background information about the place we were at, then we were able to take some time to explore at our own pace. Each stop was very cool in its own way; the Jefferson memorial had massive stone pillars surrounding it, the Iwo Jima memorial had the faces sculpted of those who rose the flag, the Lincoln memorial’s reflection pool was taken over by very friendly ducks and geese (who I quickly became friends with). Also, we traveled to DC at one of the best times: when the cherry blossoms were blooming. Every street corner was covered in trees with baby pink flowers that would brighten your mood immediately. While in New York City, the schedule was a bit more flexible, however, it was still filled to the brim with fun things to do. Our hotel was located right on time square so when you looked out the window you were able to see brightly colored advertisements and signs as well as very busy streets. On the first day, we were able to explore Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and we topped off the day with a Broadway show. Also, after the show Mr. Lemar, Tami Lemar, and Mr. Norman took us off-program to explore Time Square at night, so we were able to shop, hang out, and more! The next day we took a ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, visited the 9/11 memorial, walked the Brooklyn Bridge, and finished off the day by looking at the city lights from the top of the Rock! This was a wonderful experience and I had a ton of fun with not only my peers and the new people that I met but also

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