Cass School District 63

Where the focus is on the child

Important News

  • US

    U.S. News and World Report recently released rankings of schools across the country. In Illinois, Concord Elementary School ranks 115 out of 2,568 elementary schools, which is the top 5 percent of all elementary schools. Cass Junior High School ranks 158 out of 1,788 middle schools, which is in the top 9 percent of all junior high schools. To have both of our schools in the top ten percent of their respective categories is certainly something to celebrate! We are very proud of our students, parents, teachers and staff.

    Having said that, the most important data is not what makes a list or news article, but what we use internally to drive improvement. While it won't make a national publication, it is the growth of the individual student over time and helping each achieve their individual potential that is worth celebrating more than anything else. We are very grateful for our supportive parents and the great partnership between home and school that we have in Cass School District 63.

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  • Cross Country Off to State!


    The Cass Junior High cross country team recently participated in the Class 2A sectional meet and Kaydence Brazzille, Anna Wilcox and Wojtek Gilarski all qualified to advance to the IESA State Cross Country meet on October 16 at Maxwell Park in Bloomington-Normal. Congratulations to Coaches Damrow and Kondraschow and best of luck to these exceptional runners!

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  • Reminders on Proper Masking

    Our students do a tremendous job with this at school, but it is always good to have reminders that proper masks are worn at all times and that the masks are properly worn. Guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control provide that masks should have two or more layers of breathable fabric and should NOT have exhalation valves or vents. Masks should completely cover the nose and mouth and fit snugly with no gaps. Following is a simple summary of the guidelines from the CDC. Please let us know if you have any questions and click on the image for more details from the CDC.
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