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Regular Ed. Pre-K

  • Registration is now open for our 2021-2022 Regular Ed, 5 Day a Week, Pre-Kindergarten Program. It will remain open until full and will be offered by a first-come, first-serve basis. Classes will be limited.

    NOTE: Applications will be accepted for families who qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch with a reduction in tuition. Please stop in the main office to pick up a Free and Reduced application and for more information!

     Please call 701-347-5353, email or stop up at the school if you have any questions and click HERE for more details and to register!


2021-2022 Kindergarten Registration

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

Central Cass COVID-19 Risk Level

  • As the COVID-19 numbers continue to rise in North Dakota various counties have blue, green, and yellow risk levels. Schools throughout the region are also operating in a wide array of formats for both academic instruction and athletic events. We recognize this has caused some confusion in the community and we want to clarify a few things:

    • The state and county color code is assigned by the Governor in consultation with the ND Health Dept.
    • The state or county color does not distinguish the color of each school, although it may have an impact.
    • Each district works directly with its local or county health department to designate the school color. There are many variables to consider, most notably the occurrence rate of positive cases within the school itself.
    At this point, Central Cass School District remains in GREEN.
  • Current Risk Level Green  Activity Guidelines

Central Cass COVID-19 Protocol Reference Guide

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Feature Teacher

  • FEATURE TEACHER, We are celebrating our teachers and support staff starting with those that have made it to the years of 5/10/15/20/25 and so on by 5's.
    This week we celebrate our Administrative Assistant, Angie Buhr. More about Angie... Favorite Color: Pink, Favorite Snack: Pepperidge Farms Goldfish crackers, Favorite Candy: Butterfinger Candy Bars, Favorite Cookie: Molasses, and Favorite Pop: Diet Coke
    Thanks for all you do for our school, Angie! We are lucky to have you at Central Cass!
    Angie Buhr


  • January 5, 2021 Announcements:

    1. Students in grades 7-12th will return to in-person learning on Wednesdays beginning second semester.  The first Wednesday back will begin on January 20th. While this is our plan, we will continue to monitor data and adjust as appropriate.

    2. On Monday, February 22nd we will be adding a professional development workday to our school calendar for faculty and staff. Please note there will be NO SCHOOL for students on Monday, February 22nd. 

    Thank you.

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  • Communication ~ January 4, 2021
    Central Cass Fan Update

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  • Mid-Year Newsletter


    Click HERE to read our Mid-Year Newsletter.

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  • Central Cass Extracurricular Protocol - Risk Level Guidelines
    To comply with the Executive Order by Governor Burgum and to provide a safer environment for participants, spectators, and workers, the following guidelines will be in place at Central Cass sporting events. Contact Activities Director, Mr. Lemar with any questions. Thank you.
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    The United States Secretary of Ag announced the extension of all Food Service Programs allowing schools to offer meals to all children at no charge through the end of the school year. Note: Seconds helpings will still be charged to your child’s lunch account.

    We are still asking our families to fill out a Free & Reduced meal application if you qualify! Many of the federal dollars our district receives are based on the number of free and/or reduced applications we have on file. In other words: if you meet the requirements, PLEASE APPLY! You will be helping the district out. All applications are kept confidential. 

    See our website for the Free and Reduced information and to apply: https://www.central-cass.k12.nd.us/FreeReducedLunch 

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Kindergarten Gingerbread Houses

    The kindergarten classes once again made Gingerbread Houses in their classrooms. However, it looked a bit different without parent volunteers this year they still had a great time decorating and making the most of their time together! Pictured is Mrs. Robinson's classroom.

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  • Hour of Code

    On Thursday, December 3rd, Central Cass Schools participated in a national Hour of Code event led by STEM Coordinator, Sara Forness. Students in grades Pre-K-12 explored a wide range of computer games all designed to introduce coding in a fun way. Students used block coding and python to help clean up beaches, assist monsters through a maze, and more as they honed their coding skills. Guided sessions were offered in the STEM center led by students in the STEM program and the Central Cass Robotics team who also helped sanitized iPads and equipment between groups, and handed out "I DID THE HOUR OF CODE" stickers. Students' favorite coding programs were Elsa and Anna Ice Skating, and DANCE Party.

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  • Poetry Escape Room

    Mrs. Young’s English 11 class escaped from their fear of poetry! They traveled through five different challenges trying to solve clues and earn codes to finish the escape room.

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  • Battleship Project

    Pictured are Mr. Bolda and his students creating and decorating battleships in the VoAg Classroom. The group activity was the final project in a thematic unit they were studying which required students to read and follow directions with a partner. When completed they used their ships to perform ballast experiments in tubs of water.

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