Parent Portal Accounts

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Infinite Campus is used to maintain all our student and family information. An exciting component of this software is the Parent Portal, which will allow parents better access to their children's grades, lunch account balances, standardized test scores, attendance records, contact information, and immunization records.

Please contact school secretary to activate your account.


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D-C PTA

The Dassel-Cokato PTA is now on Facebook! Check out our page to keep updated on what is happening with the PTA. To become a PTA member or for more information about the PTA, please contact Tonia Olsen at 275-3275 or email chargerpta@yahoo.com


School Closings

Notices of Dassel-Cokato School closings and other school emergencies will be broadcast again this year over:


Upcoming Events

Fall Eligibility Meeting and Registration
Thursday, August 7th
at 7 p.m. in PAC

New Teacher Orientation
August 20-22

Teacher Planning
August 25-28

MS Open House
Grades 6-8
5:00-7:00
August 27

HS Open House
4:00-7:00
August 27

5th Grade Orientation
Open House
Grades 6-8
5:00-7:00
August 28

Cokato and Dassel
Open Houses
4:00-7:00
August 28

Labor Day
(no school)
Sept 1

School Begins
Sept 2

Preschool Orientation Week
Sept 8-12

Preschool Classes Begin
Sept 15

ECFE Classes Begin
Sept 22


Online Payment Center

Activities & CommEd

Pay Lunch Accounts in Campus Parent Portal


Fundraising Opportunities


Cokato Named Best, Affordable Place to Raise Children, Dassel Places 2nd

In the 5th annual Business Week rankings of the best, affordable places to raise children, Cokato has been named number one in Minnesota. Dassel was rated second. This year, Business Week chose to rank smaller cities (population 50,000 or less). The study considers many criteria but focuses largely on the local schools, average income, tax rates, crime rate, and cost of living. The article mentions Cokato's award winning schools, country club, library, and performing arts center. More details can be found at the Business Week website.


Surplus Equipment Available on District Auction Site

The school district will be hosting an on-line public auction to liquidate end-of-life and surplus equipment. This site is open to the public. Interested participants may register by following the link above.


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Online Tutoring Available for Military Families

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Preparing for 2014-15 School Year

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Athletic/Fine Arts Eligibility Meeting and Registration Information

The mandatory annual elibigibility meeting will be held on Thursday, August 7th at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center for all 7th-12th grade participants and their parents/guardians. Fall team meetings will follow the annual eligibility meeting. See activities page for more details.

Activities Office begins new online registration process

Dassel Cokato High School Activities Office is excited to announce a new online registration process for all 7th – 12th grade athletic and fine arts activities, beginning fall of 2014.  This “paperless” process will make annual registration for activities easier for students, parents and the Activities Office staff. See letter for more information. 


Seniors Graduate

Over 170 students graduated Sunday, June 1 from Dassel-Cokato High School. Class Valedictorian is Abbey Halonen. Congratulations, Seniors, and best wishes to each of you in the future!


Gust Lundeen is State Champion

Gust Lundeen is the Minnesota State High School League 2014 Clay Target state champion. Gust shot 99/100 possible targets to win the championship.

This is the first year Dassel-Cokato has had a Clay Target team.


Students Welcome the Troops Back Home!

Dassel-Cokato High School and Middle School students cheered troops from the 849th MAC as they returned home. Students lined highway 12, waving flags, banner and hands in appreciation of their service.


Students Participate in School-Wide Service Learning Day

Service Learning

Dassel-Cokato High School students participated in a school-wide service learning day to reinforce the importance of serving others and giving back to the community. Student activities ranged widely from cleaning up landscapes to teaching others to building wood duck houses to conducting a senior prom and music concerts at local nursing homes to planting trees to serving our troops. Students worked hard and had positive comments to say about the experience.


Students Honored at Academic Awards Program

Academic

DCHS students were honored Tuesday night, May 13th at the annual Academic Awards Program. Students received awards from curricular departments, activities and community groups for their academic excellence. Pictured above, four year letter winners received a standing ovation from the audience.


Students of Excellence Honored at Annual Banquet

Students of Excellence

Four students represented DCHS at the annual Students of Excellence Banquet: Abby Halonen, Sarah Kivisto, Karissa Raisanen and Alyssa Torola.  Students are selected based upon class rank.  Teachers that were invited by the students to attend the event were Beth Carlson, Bryan Clemen, Ron Hungerford and Jon Ring. 


FFA Performs Well at State

D-C had another great state convention in St. Paul this spring.  Not all results have been released, but so far D-C ended up with a total of 9 Career Development Event teams in the Top Ten in Minnesota.  This is a high number considering that there are about 185 FFA chapters in the state. For results, see high school web page.


Savoy places 8th in Serious Prose at State AA Speech Tournament; 5 Chargers Compete

State Speech

Five D-C Charger speech team members participated in the Class AA speech tournament Friday, April 11, at Blaine High School. Sixty-one of the 114 schools in Class AA were represented.

SavoyCali Patten, Ella Wuollet, Cicily Savoy, Avery Schmidt, and Korra-Shay Richards represented DCHS at the meet and were among the top 24 speakers in their respective categories.

Senior Cicily Savoy’s delivery of the serious prose piece, “Just Me” by Alexa McGrierson, left the room in tears during finals as she performed the emotional piece about identity, acceptance and family dynamics. Savoy placed 8th in the category of serious prose - a category that was stacked with 24 overall competitors. This was D-C's first competitor to make it to the Class AA State Final Round since Rachel Korhonen in 2009 for Extemporaneous Reading. Savoy previously placed 1st in the Section 2AA Championship to qualify for state.

This was the first year for Head Speech Coach, Beth Steinleitner and assistants, Anna Reedy and Elyse Kallgren. The coaches were thrilled to have five competitors representing D-C at the State Tournament. They are proud of the growth in all of the speakers this season and to end the season at the state level.


Dassel-Cokato Hosts Health & Safety Fair

Health Fair

“Take Charge of Your Health!” was the theme for the 2014 Dassel-Cokato Health & Safety Fair. The event featured more than 30 local and regional organizations that presented on a variety of health and safety topics ranging from Agricultural Safety to Zumba. The format of the event focused on ACTIVE learning. Presenters provided information and education in a way that engaged students through exercise, games, hands-on activities and trivia challenges.

High School students were trained on Hands-Only CPR.  Cokato Ambulance, Cokato Fire, Dassel Fire, and other Wright County Emergency Medical Service staff and volunteers teamed up to instruct more than 700 students how to quickly identify cardiac arrest, give chest compressions, and use an AED (defibrillator). Students also had the opportunity to listen to the personal story of a cardiac arrest survivor.  


Girls Hockey Wins State Academic Championship

G Hockey

The girls hockey team has advanced to the state tournament for the first time in school history with a very exciting win vs. Mankato East. Sarah Kivisto and Kennedy Sommerfeld scored goals for LDC as the Dragons won 3-2.

To top off their successful season, the team placed first in the State Academic Championship!

For the second year in a row, the team won the Section 2A Academic Championship. Last year LDC had a team GPA of 3.903 and Orono won the State Championship with a GPA of 3.904.

This year the Dragons had a team GPA of 3.952. To determine the team GPA, teams must submit the unweighted GPA’s of the girls on your Section Roster. For the initial scoring, they find the average of the Top 12 GPA’s on each team. If there is a tie, they use the next highest GPA on the team to see how that affects team average. Every player on LDC's section roster is on the A honor roll, so even the girls who weren’t in the Top 12 GPA’s that were submitted had excellent GPA’s.  

Coach Impola commented, "I am very proud of the girls and I truly believe that their success in school has a correlation to their success on the ice."

Click here for bracket information.


Math League Competes at State!

NathanThe Dassel-Cokato Math League competed in the State Tournament at South St. Paul High School on Monday, March 10.

Highlights of the day revolved around freshman Nathan Weckwerth, who earned a spot in the Math Bowl by finishing with one of the top ten scores of the 50 participants in the Invitational Event. He also tied for the second highest individual score in the tournament with two perfect scores in his individual events combined with his invitational score. Nathan ended the season with the ninth highest individual score in the state for the season.

With no seniors on this state tournament team, the rest of the team hopes to build on this great experience for next year.


FFA Food Science Team Places First in State

Food Science

Congratulations to the Food Science team and coach Danita Piepenburg for winning the state Food Science CDE. Alyssa Torola, Mistin Peterson, Lydia Meredith, Christina Babb and alternate, Kaitlyn Uldrych designed a new pizza variety that they prepared and presented to executives from Totino's. They calculated and presented the nutritional information and production plans earning them a perfect score for the presentation portion of the event.

The team defeated 13 other teams from throughout the state. They will head to Louisville in October for nationals.

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FRIDAY IS CHARGER DAY

As a continuation of our school pride theme, all students and staff are encouraged to wear the Dassel-Cokato Charger colors on Fridays throughout the year. 

The colors are blue and white.

DC CHARGER SONG LYRICS

Here come the DC Chargers,
fighting to keep our honor;
Cheer for the DC Chargers,
we’ll win this game!  (Rah, Rah, Rah!)
Here’s to the blue and white;  
with all our might we’ll fight. 
Onward to victory,
we’ll win this game tonight!  (Fight!)

GO CHARGERS!!!


Jeff Powers, Superintendent
jeff.powers@dc.k12.mn.us

4852 Reardon Ave. SW
Suite 1700
Cokato, MN 55321

Phone: 320.286.4100
Fax: 320.286.4101