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After School Program

  • We are starting an After School Program for the 2019-2020 school year that will run from 3:30-5:30 daily. Space will be limited. Please see the flyer and call the school with any questions you may have. You can register your children HERE. Thank you!

    After School Program

Early Outs Schedule

  • Please add the following 'Early Out' dates to your calendar.  The early outs are due to Parent Teacher Conferences.
    • November 7th
    • February 17th
    Note: Classes will get out at 1:25 pm and there will be no afternoon Special Education Preschool session.
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Online Absence Form

  • Attendance Link

    Click here to fill out a form if your child(ren) will be absent from school.  Thank you!

5th Quarter

  • Back to School Bash!

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Mission, Vision, & Values

  • Mission, Vision, Beliefs and Values

MeTEOR Education Video

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!

AR Books Read this Year

Check out our Library and Media tab under Departments to learn more about Accelerated Reader books at Central Cass!


  • Thank you for taking an interest in helping our Students, School, and Community!

    Click HERE for Fundraising Opportunities!

    No Better Place

  • Registration
    Registration Registration NOW Open!
    Central Cass Public Schools student registration link is NOW OPEN for the 2019-20 school year. We hope you find the online registration option convenient. If you have any questions, please call the office at 347-5352 or come to the main office and our staff will be happy to assist you.  ALL families must complete registration information, and make all fee payments PRIOR TO the start of school.  Thank you!

    Click HERE to register! 


  • Theatre Meeting

    There will be a Parent and Student Informational Theatre Meeting for grades 5-12 on Tuesday, August 27, at 7:00 pm in BankNorth Community Theatre. At the meeting, we will discuss upcoming theatre opportunities and events for this school year, gauge interest, establish parent involvement, and answer questions that parents and students might have. We hope you can attend! Please contact James Fornes with any questions you may have. Thank you!

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  • Due to the cancellation of Varsity Football by Stanley High School, we will be making adjustments to our 2019 Homecoming celebrations. We will now kick the week off on Saturday, September 7th with the Homecoming banquet and dance. Coronation will be on Monday, September 9th and we will finish the festivities on Friday, September 13th with the football game vs. Turtle Mountain. A more detailed schedule will come out soon, so please stay tuned. Thank you for your flexibility while we work things out!

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  • Newsletter

    Please check out our 2019 Back to School Newsletter for important dates and information as we get ready to start another new year! 

    Read our Digital NEWSLETTER here!!!

    Back to School Newsletter 2019


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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Central Cass Regular Ed has their 1st Day of School

    Any first day of school is always a special day but today is even more so as we open the doors of our first-ever Central Cass Regular Education Pre-K Classroom! Mrs. Bartholomay's class has had a great morning so far getting settled in and the Pre-K students are eager to take advantage of everything the "Big School" has to offer with Music, PE, Library, Counseling, etc. and working with some of the older students/classes throughout the year! It is going to be a GREAT year and we welcome all the Pre-K students and their families signed up for the program to Central Cass!

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  • Central Cass Babies

    Last August to this June we had 14 babies born by our teaching staff at Central Cass!!! Check out all these cuties (and their mothers/fathers)

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  • PTA School Supply Kits

    The PTA fundraising project of ordering, packaging and selling school supply kits in bulk for grades PreK-5th Grade was a huge success with the sale of over 210 kits! Thank you to everyone who ordered!!! Last night the PTA got together to package and deliver the kits to the classrooms so they are ready for Back to School Night! A very special thank you to the Central Cass PTA for taking the lead on this! Also, thank you to Hagen Dental for purchasing close to 50 kits for the school to give away and also for providing additional backpacks!

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  • Welcome New Faculty

    We would like to welcome to Central Cass our new faculty members who successfully completed their first day of in-service! Back Row L to R: Mr. Fornes - Theater Programming Director, Miss Vaudrin - Grades K-3 PE, Miss Holleman - Grades 4-5 General Music & Grades 6-12 Choir, Mrs. Zimmerman - Kindergarten, Miss Delzer - Middle School Counselor (Grades 5-8), Miss Danielson - 1st Grade, Mr. Beilke - MS Math Front Row L to R: Ms. Moen - MS/HS Special Ed, Mrs. Rood - Middle School English, Mrs. Marthe-Roe - 2nd Grade, Miss Burns - 5th Grade, Mrs. Bartholomay - Grades K-3 Music, Mrs. Hanson - Speech and Language Pathology, Mrs. Forness - STEM Coordinator & HS Science

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  • Theatre Programming Director

    In partnership with Rural Cass Community Theatre and the Central Cass Friends of Fine Arts, Central Cass is excited about the hiring of Lisbon, ND native, James Fornes for the new Theatre Programming Director position. The goal behind the joint, collaborative position is that the Theatre Programming Director will not only help offer expanded programming at the school but will also provide leadership and coordination for the arts and broader Casselton community. James Fornes has a Bachelor of Science in Theatre from North Dakota State University with focuses on directing and stage management. He also has training and experience in different styles of acting, movement, and dance. While he was in the Fargo/Moorhead area he also worked on projects with Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre (FMCT) and Creative Care for Reaching Independence (CCRI). After graduating, Fornes moved to the Twin Cities area where he has been working as a freelance theatre artist and professional stage manager and director along with teaching artist work with various theatre companies. We welcome him back to North Dakota and are excited for what he will bring to Casselton, Central Cass and the surrounding community with this theatre knowledge!

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  • Central Cass receives $8,000 Bayer Fund grant

    Employees from Bayer; Keith Jackson and John Gulleson recommended Central Cass to receive an $8,000 grant from Bayer Fund. Funds from the grant will be used to purchase an agricultural exploration augmentative interactive sand table for Central Cass’ STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) center that will teach various properties of topography, hydrology, geomorphology, and land management. Mistie Holland, technology integrationist wrote and submitted the grant for Central Cass and plans to purchase a ‘TopoBox Augmented Reality Sandbox’ to add to the school’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Center. Holland states, “I saw an Augmented Interactive Sandbox last summer while visiting the Dinosaur Museum in Dickinson, ND while on vacation and knew we needed one for our new STEM center! It will allow students to become inquiry-based learners and meet the needs of our students’ desire to be challenged and empowered through hands-on, project-based learning that will enhance STEM education at Central Cass.” Today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. STEM-related careers, specifically agricultural related, are some of the fastest growing and highest paid jobs of the 21st century. “We’re happy to support Central Cass with this Bayer Fund grant!” Stated the leadership at Bayer’s Research Center in Glyndon MN -Keith Jackson and John Gulleson. In 2019, Bayer Fund awarded more than $1.4 million through this program to nonprofit organizations in rural communities to help address essential needs in Food & Nutrition, STEM Education, and Community Development. Nonprofit organizations across the U.S. have received more than $7 million through this program over the last five years.

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  • Central Cass Middle School gets Backpacks from the Bremer Backpacks Initiative.

    This summer, 25 Middle School students from Casselton will receive brand-new backpacks stuffed with essential school supplies through the Bremer Backpacks initiative. Made possible by Bremer Bank’s expanded partnership with United Way, this first-of-its-kind initiative ensures more than 5,000 children in need across the Upper Midwest will be well-equipped to tackle the upcoming new school year. During the week of June 10, hundreds of Bremer employees volunteered in shifts to assemble the backpacks at the company’s Service Center in Lake Elmo. Stocked with classroom essentials including crayons, markers, colored pencils, notebooks, pocket folders, glue sticks, scissors, pencil pouches, erasers, and pencil sharpeners, completed backpacks were distributed to more than 65 Bremer locations throughout its footprint in Greater Minnesota, western Wisconsin, and North Dakota. Launched in conjunction with Bremer’s 75th year in business, the Bremer Backpack initiative represents the company’s philanthropic mission – originally stemming from founder Otto Bremer – to invest in the communities they serve. This initiative also follows Bremer’s recent rebrand, in which a new logo and website were launched to signal the bank’s focus of meeting its customers where they are and in a way that provides value to them. “For 75 years, Bremer Bank has defined its purpose as helping our communities grow and prosper,” said Jeanne Crain, president, and CEO of Bremer Bank. “We are proud to continue this commitment through the Bremer Backpack initiative and are thrilled to have a such a dedicated partner in the Greater Twin Cities United Way.” “When it comes to educational success, our vision is that all children are ready to thrive academically, personally and socially,” said John Wilgers, president and CEO of Greater Twin Cities United Way. “We are grateful to Bremer Bank for its support and commitment to helping students in the Upper Midwest start the year off ready to learn.”

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  • State Softball Champions 2019

    Congratulations to the Central Cass 2019 State Class B Champions!!!

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  • All-State Softball 2019

    Congratulations to L. Buhr and P. Richter for being named to the All-State team and to L. Buhr who was also selected as ND Senior Athlete of the Year! Coach Scott was also named Coach of the Year. Great job everyone! We are very proud of you!

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  • Hat Day for the Hahn Family

    The Central Cass Elementary raised $1,060 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in honor of phy-ed teacher Chris Hahn and his family. Mrs. Lynch surprise the Hahn family a check on the last day of school.

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