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

5th Quarter

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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!

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  • DI Parent Meeting

    There will be a Central Cass DI Parent Meeting on Tuesday, September 17th at 7:00 pm. Please call Rochelle Rieck with questions. Thank you!

    There will be a Central Cass DI Parent Meeting on Tuesday, September 17th at 7:00 pm.

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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

  • Brandt named finalist for ND Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ms. Brandt for being named a finalist for the North Dakota Teacher of the Year! Click the heading above to read the article in the Inforum!

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  • Senior Service Day

    Senior Service Day: Each of our seniors brings something different to the table and on Wednesday, September 11th they used their gifts in various ways during senior service day! Students were given tasks around the community to give back. Students had lunch and then went back to work to finish. They are dirty, sore, tired and have so much to be proud of. They worked hard, cared about someone other than themselves, and made very meaningful connections! It's a great day to be a Squirrel! Check out our FB page for more pictures!

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  • North Dakota Air National Guard TSgt Fink Visits Central Cass

    North Dakota Air National Guard TSgt Fink spent the morning on September 11th at Central Cass High School presenting to a Fitness and Nutrition class about the Air Guard’s physical fitness standards & MRE nutrition! She then visited the 1st-grade classroom as a guest reader!

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  • Homecoming Royalty 2019

    We are pleased to announce King Schatzke and Queen Gulleson, Central Cass Homecoming King and Queen 2019! Congratulations to everyone and we hope you have a great homecoming week!

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  • Proud of our Squirrel!

    "The girl in the yellow was really struggling. The girl in the red, her competitor, reached over and grabbed her hand, cheered her on. Encouraged her. She gave her the strength she needed to finish. This is the essence of XC." That’s one of our Squirrels! Good job R. Anderson for unselfishly stopping to help and encourage others while trying to run your own race! We are proud of you!

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  • 2nd Graders are BRAVE!

    Our 2nd Grade Students took the challenge and were BRAVE! Checkout how brave our CC 2nd Grade Students are by clicking the header to view the link! Thank you to our 2nd-grade teachers for being Brave and helping create another fantastic video. Be Nice. Be kind. BE BRAVE. Be you!

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  • Kindergarten Pillow Day

    This Friday the kindergarten once again invited family members into the classrooms to help sew pillows. The students each brought a square piece of fabric as part of their school supply list. The school provided them with the second piece that the students drew on with fabric markers. The two pieces were sewn together by volunteers. The kindergarteners along with their helpers stuffed the pillows and hand sewed them closed. The keepsakes will be used for quite a time in the classroom, along with a cushion to use for reading during Daily Five and other activities. Thank you to all the family who were able to help during this special day in the kindergarten classrooms.

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  • Elementary Library Remodel

    Our Elementary Library remodel project is complete and ready to be put to use! Library Media Specialist, Mrs. Stansbery had her first classes come through this week and the students and teachers are all loving the newly created modern open space with the fresh paint, new shelving, check out desk, reading nooks and carpet! Thank you to everyone who helped make this project a success and fostering the love of reading in our youth by creating a welcoming and exciting new place to learn!

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  • Environmental Sciences class survey Orthopteran Populations

    Mrs. Forness' Environmental Sciences class recently surveyed the orthopteran (grasshopper, crickets, and katydids) population around the school's newly restored prairie grass lot. The students netted the orthopterans to get a baseline population. They then counted any they caught by tag them with fingernail polish on their femurs, then release them and capture more the next day. Using a simple ecology math equation, they can estimate the total population and use it to gauge the health and diversity of the area from year to year.

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  • Cattle Dog Visit Central Cass

    FFA student G. Baumgarten brought in their cattle dog to school to show the ag classes the ins and outs of having a cattle dog. The dog will be a working cattle dog for her FFA SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience)

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  • STEM Class

    The new STEM class at Central Cass for (grades 9-12) lead by Mrs. Forness is off to a great start! This week they competed to create a water wheel that could lift weights out of miscellaneous materials. They were broken into two teams by intent- each team consisted of diverse collaboration skills determined by the HIGH 5 personality survey. They had 30 minutes to build the device with only one, 3" strip of duct tape. Following the first few failures the students practiced good EDP (engineering design and redesign process) and E. Loegering led her team to a successful win. In the next challenge, students will be divided into teams of similar learning styles, where they will compete and reflect on the differences in the group dynamics.

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