information and reflection about Joseph Case High School
Volume 15, No. 6 *** November 2, 2018
Band heading to Nationals
Metta Student of the Month: senior RebeccaProulx
Metta Students Foundation visited Joseph Case High School last Friday to honor Rebecca Proulx. Rebecca is the October 2018 and 56th Metta Students recipient. Metta Students Foundation's mission is to recognize high school students who perform random acts of love and kindness. Because Rebecca epitomizes the foundation's core value, she received this prestigious award and $1,000.
Rebecca Proulx was nominated by teacher Janet Blair for this award. The check was presented by Norm Kelly from the Metta Students Foundation.
Senior Rebecca Proulx is involved in many community service opportunities at Joseph Case High School. She volunteers her time assisting in special needs programs at school. Rebecca is a member of Arch Buddies always donating her free time and energy. She is a Unified Sports Basketball partner. Rebecca participates in the Homecoming with Autism. She attended special needs prom. Rebecca speaks to the School Committee about ARCH Buddies. She recruits students to be Buddies.
To see video of how the Metta Students Foundation began or for more information about the foundation, log onto www.mettastudents.org
Please join me in congratulating Rebecca Proulx and her family for being the gold standard of kindness at Joseph Case High School.
MIAA fall sports tournamnet
Volleyball is moving on to the second round of MIAA tournament play in Division 3 South with a sweep last night of Fontbonne Academy. Keep an eye to Twitter's @josephcasehs for information on the next game as soon as it becomes available.
Bridging the Generation Gap
Joseph Case High School is looking for a core group of volunteers who would like to be part of monthly events with our community’s seniors in conjunction with the Swansea Council on Aging.
We will be having a brief informational meeting on this pilot program next Monday, November 5 during the bubble period. Students can sign-up using a Google Form that was emailed to all in grades 9 through 12 via their school email account.
Case particiates in the Massachusetts Craft Summit
Congratulations to sophomore Samantha Mello, who was Case High Art Department's choice for the Massachusetts Craft Summit at Snow Farm in Williamsburg, Mass. Samantha represented the Cardinals during the weekend of Oct 27 - 28. We are proud of your representation and artistry!!
Term II begins Monday, November 5
In-service - Tuesday, November 6
Senior Class Fundraiser
The permission form also informs stakeholders of the Breathalyzer protocols in place.
All student in grades 9-12 are invited to attend. Guests from outside of Joseph Case High School must be current high school students. No admittance without a signed permission slip. All school rules are in effect for school dances.
Advance sales are $8. All tickets are $10 at the door. Tickets may be pruchased during all three lunches.