Welcome to Center Cass School District 66

Vision: District 66 will lead by inspiring the individual and community to be:

  • Life-long, self-directed learners
  • Critical thinkers and problem-solvers
  • Effective communicators and skilled collaborators
  • Technologically capable creators
  • Dynamic leaders
  • Ethically, compassionately, and culturally responsible citizens

Mission: Challenge, inspire, and empower each learner to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally – today, tomorrow, and always.

Board of Education approves new Center Cass 66 Identity/Logo


The Board of Education has approved a new logo for Center Cass 66. This decision is the culmination of an inclusive process through which ideas for a new logo were sought from the entire Center Cass community. A special “thanks” to district resident Matthew Klara for submitting the final design.

The purpose of this new identity initiative was too have a public identity that is more representative of the CCSD66 Brand/Culture; to have a stronger, more distinctive symbol of CCSD’s promise to its customers; and too have a visible rallying point for the 2014 – 2019 Strategic Plan and Moto ~ “Challenge, Empower, Inspire”

Architect RFQ

The Board of Education is soliciting Statements of Interest and Qualifications from qualified firms to provide comprehensive Architectural Services.  Click here for the RFQ.

Gifted Nominations

Attention Parents of Students in Grades 2-7:

Nominations are now open and completed nomination forms must be received or postmarked no later than Friday, March 27.  Please complete the parent nomination form if you believe your child is performing, or shows the potential for performing, at remarkably high levels of accomplishment when compared with others of their age, experience, or environment, and you would like your child’s performance and achievement to be reviewed to determine eligibility for gifted education services.  No action is needed if your child is already part of our gifted program.


Please click on this link:  Bright Child or Gifted Learner?  This is a list of differences to help you distinguish between a bright child and a gifted learner. The list does not describe all the traits and attitudes of gifted children, as all children are diverse in their characteristics; however, it is a good reference of distinguishing characteristics.


Please send all completed nomination forms to:


Mrs. Sheryl Sulima, K-5 Gifted Coordinator

Elizabeth Ide or Prairieview School


Mrs. Jennifer Maass, 6-8 Gifted Coordinator

Lakeview Jr. High.