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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 Treehouse



    FEATURE TEACHER: This week we celebrate Mrs. Young our High School English and Dual Credit Teacher at Central Cass as our Feature Teacher. She is also our Prom Advisor, High School MTSS Leader, and our Assistant Cross Country Coach. More about Mrs. Young. . . Favorite Color: Lime Green, Favorite Snack: Trail Mix, Favorite Candy: Snickers, Favorite Cookie: M & M, and Favorite Pop: Cherry Coke.

    Thanks for everything you do for our students and athletes Mrs. Young! We are lucky to have you at Central Cass!

    Kaylie Young
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  • Thanksgiving Food Baskets

    Please see the attachment below on details for Thanksgiving Meal Baskets for our local food pantry.
    Thank you!

    Thanksgiving Food Baskets

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Students First, Community Always, Excellence Forever

  • Middle School Musical

    Great job to all our Middle School student actors, actresses, tech crew helpers and Theater Director, Mr. James Fornes for the great job presenting Honk Jr. this past weekend! You all did a great job and we are very proud of you

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  • Juniors recreate Walt Whitman Poems

    Mrs. Young's junior class has been studying Walt Whitman. As a final project, they chose a Whitman poem and turned it into a children's book. They were given an elementary grade level, so they knew how to adjust and create their book to fit the learning of a younger audience. It was exciting to watch them take so much ownership of these books because they knew they had a live audience with this project.

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  • District 22 Representative Brandy Pyle visits Central Cass

    Guest reader, District 22 Representative Brandy Pyle visited Central Cass today. She read the book Grace Goes to Washington by Kelly DiPucchio, to Mr. Maasjo's second-grade class during library time. Representative Pyle talked to the students about the three branches of government, her role, and how laws are made in North Dakota. The students enjoyed the story and learning about our government!

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  • 1st Graders Honor Veterans

    The first graders, their families, and Veterans they knew came to the school on the afternoon of November 8th for an "American Heroes Honor Celebration." They sang songs, talked about the veterans that make them proud and then went back to their classrooms for a snack. Thank you to all the Veterans who were able to join us today and thank you for ALL you do for our country!

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  • United Way of Class "Super Switch Day"

    Central Cass held its first-ever United Way of Cass Clay "Live United" Fundraising Campaign in October through a variety of fun activities for staff. At the end of the week, for every $10 a staff member pledged, the staff member earned one entry into the "Super Switch" drawing. For one day, Superintendent Morgan Forness would take on the duties for the staff member whose name was drawn. Today grilled cheese and tomato soup was on the menu as Mr. Forness took over food services for the day! Collectively, the staff raised over $2,000 to support the United Way of Cass-Clay BOLD Community Goals 1. Reduce hunger & homelessness, 2. Prepare children to succeed, 3. Help people be independent, and 4. Lift people out of poverty. The United Way of Cass Clay has provided backpacks and supports school-based mental health programming.

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  • Guest Speaker RaeLyn Davis

    In honor of National Diabetes Awareness Month, Country Music Star RaeLynn Davis spoke to our 2nd-8th graders on Thursday, November 7 about her diagnosis with Type 1 Diabetes and how she powers others to follow their dreams despite any obstacles they may face. Students had time at the end of her presentation to ask questions and learn more about diabetes and it's symptoms.

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  • Pill Bug Experimental Design Lab

    Mrs. Nelson's AP Biology students presented their pill bug experimental design lab to the 5th graders on Tuesday, November 5th. They explained to the class the research they did on a pill bug’s preferred environment and how they changed one variable in a choice chamber and observed the location of the pill bugs. The variables that were changed included temperature, food choices, and amount of light. The 5th graders will now conduct their own experiment using corn earworm larvae!

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