Parent Portal Accounts


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.

ISD 466 Privacy Statement
& Refund Policy

Character Counts
at D-C

School Closings

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

Upcoming Events

Good Friday
(no school)
April 3

PSEO Grades due to HS Office for Academic Letter Consideration
April 10

Music Parent Meeting HS
April 13
Choir Room 7:00 p.m.

HS Parent/Teacher Conferences
West Gym
April 23
4:00-7:00 p.m.

Academic Awards Program
May 13
PAC 8:00 p.m.

Distribution of Senior Cap/Gowns During Lunch
May 14-15

Prom Grand March
West Gym 5:00 p.m.
May 16

7:15 p.m. in PAC
May 27

Scholarship Program
8:15 p.m. in PAC
May 27

2:00 PM
East Gym
June 7

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

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

Military Tutoring

Welcome to Dassel-Cokato ISD 466
"Committed to Educational Excellence"

D-C Places First in State
Unified Basketball Competition

The Dassel-Cokato unified basketball team took first place in the state tournament the last weekend in March. D-C is the Division C team champion. Congratulations!

Math League Participates at State

The DC Math League capped off a very successful season at the State Tournament held at South St. Paul High School yesterday. The state tournament team, comprised of seniors Matthew Crowe, Matthew Dahlseng, Jordan Haapala, sophomores Brandon Baatz, MacKenzie Gustafson, Brendon Johnson, Nathan Weckwerth and freshman Sara Cronk, earned a season high 66 points, well above their season average of 56 points per meet.

Nathan Weckwerth was one point away from making the top ten in the individual Invitational Event. He received a trophy for his perfect regular season score and once again earned all points possible in his individual events in the team portion. Jordan Haapala also performed well individually with 11 of a possible 14 individual points.

The team earned their third consecutive trip to the State Tournament by winning the fifth and final meet of the 2014-2015 season at ACGC High School. DC took first place in all five meets for the regular season, beating Hutchinson, NLS, ACGC, BOLD and MACCRAY.

Leading the team all year has been sophomore Nathan Weckwerth, who earned the only perfect individual season score ever received in the Prairie Division. Not only is this an outstanding accomplishment, but Nathan also competed in the two most difficult events in all five meets. Needless to say, Nathan finished in first place individually for the division.

DECA Competes at State Career Development Conference

From March 8-10th, 26 students from the DC DECA Chapter competed at the State Career Development Conference in Minneapolis. There was some very formidable competition. More than 1,850 students attended the conference from around the state. This was the biggest state conference ever for MN DECA.  

Holton Miller, Ryan Chvojicek, and David Howell were recognized for their work in the Virtual Business Challenge. They took first place in the Central Region and third in the nation out of 2,571 teams. The team will next compete at the International Career Development Conference in Orlando, April 24-29. 

Other highlights included: Kenzie Marco taking first in her section and making the finals in Advanced Employment Interview and Christina Busche making the finals in Business Services Marketing and finishing in the top 8 out of 60 students.  

LDC 14U Girls Hockey Team Second at State

The Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato 14U Dragons girls hockey team traveled to New Ulm this weekend to participate in the 2015 14UB State Hockey Tournament, coming home with a second-place trophy.

(Read more) (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Kotila.)

D-C Weight Room Fundraiser

Weight Room

The D-C Weight Room is in need of expansion and equipment. Please consider helping us to "Power up the Weight Room." See the links below to view information about donating online, and look at the items included in the D-C clothing fundraiser.

Donate Online

Support the fundraising efforts by purchasing D-C clothing

Dahlseng, Koller are AAA Winners


Matthew Dahlseng and Hannah Koller are the 2014-15 Dassel-Cokato recipients of the AAA Award. The award is presented annually to a D-C male and female student who shows excellence in Academics, Arts and Athletics. Matt and Hannah will represent D-C at the Region 2AA banquet in February. Region 2AA winners will be announced at the banquet.

FFA Food Science Team First in the Nation

FFA Food Science

Thirteen members of the Dassel-Cokato FFA organization completed successfully at the 87th National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky during the last week of October.

The Food Science team took top honors, placing first in the nation, and Lydia Meredith placed first overall individually as well. Other members of the team included Christina Babb (12th overall), Alyssa Torola (18th), Mistin Petersen (39th) and Kaitlyn Uldrych (alternate). Each student of the winning team will receive a $1,000 prize.

Recently, MN Cornerstone featured the team in an article.

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. 


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.


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!)


Jeff Powers, Superintendent

4852 Reardon Ave. SW
Suite 1700
Cokato, MN 55321

Phone: 320.286.4100
Fax: 320.286.4101