information and reflection about Joseph Case High School
Volume 12, No. 10 *** January 8, 2016
TONIGHT: Mr. Joseph Case High School
The event will take place in the auditorium on Friday, January 8, beginning at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 6:45 p.m. Advance tickets for $5 will be on sale through the close of school on Friday.
All tickets will be $7.50 at the door. Please enter the high school through the front doors.
Boys will be judged by a panel of high school teachers on formal wear, sports wear, interview questions and talent. Adam Palmisciano and his Student Council are leading this fundraising effort that will support the Student Activity Fund in a variety of Case clubs and events. Many Case High School students have been working on this venture to make it a success. Our sincere thanks to Mark Velozo and Slade Formalwear for their generosity in donating the tuxedos for this evening.
All proceeds will benefit the Joseph Case High School Student Activities Fund.
Don't miss out on being at this FIRST for Joseph Case High School.
Who will be selected as the first Mr. Joseph Case High School?
Case teachers invited to be a part of #NipmucChat
Reminder: Case High Arts Night rescheduled
Case High Night at Fenway Park
- January 14 - Science Fair
- January 18 - No School: Martin Luther King Day
- January 22 - Term II ends
- January 22-27 - Mid-Year Exams
- January 26 - Late Start for students, 10 a.m.
- January 29 - Term II Report Card issued electronically
- February 3 - Early Release for Students, 12:37 p.m.
Final reflection: Mock AP Exams
We are proud at Joseph Case High School for being a part of the Mass Insight Education initiative that encourages more high school students to have an AP college experience in high school. As well, we are grateful for this program's funding by Superintendent Bob Monteiro and our generous teachers, Like April Hanks and Kendra Brooks, who will oversee tomorrow's events.
Only through a shared vision of ongoing excellence will we remain a strong academic school that seeks improvement of programs while prioritizing student relationships.
THAT is the best New Year's commitment we can have.