Cardinal Notes

information and reflection about Joseph Case High School

Volume 13, No. 10 *** December 7, 2016

Academic Awards Ceremony

Joseph Case High School will host its annual Academic Awards ceremony on Thursday, December 8, beginning at 9:15 a.m. In addition to acknowledging final honor roll recipients from last school year, we will also celebrate our John and Abigail Adams Scholarship recipients. Senior families have been invited to the event that concludes with a reception in the Learning Commons.

Grade 8 Night

Joseph Case High School is excited to presents its annual Grade 8 Night to the students and families of the Class of 2021. It begins in the auditorium at 6 p.m., followed by NHS-led tours of the campus. The evening culminates with students and advisors from our clubs and activities in the cafeteria. The Friends of the Cardinals are scheduled to be selling Case High Sports Bags (see picture on the right) at the activities fair.


We are hoping for a robust showing of Grade 8 families to experience first-hand about the awesome programs, activities, and energy that makes up Joseph Case High School.

Case High Gear for sale online

Athletic Director Andrew Crisafulli announced that the high school has partnered with Squad Locker to offer friends and families the opportunity to purchase Joseph Case High School clothing and gear. This on-line store is open for purchases until December 14th.


This is a great opportunity to continue branding our school. Please consider taking a look at this website!

Holiday Music Concert

Please join me next Thursday night, December 15, for our annual holiday music concert featuring the chorus, concert band, jazz band, show choir and national champion marching band for an evening filled with joyous music of the season.

Yearbook Newsletter

Attached to your Cardinal Notes email is a winter newsletter regarding important information for senior families about your student's yearbook.

And finally....Parent Professional Development

One of my goals this year is to present to Case families an option for Parent Professional Development that can be accessed on your time. I am piloting ten videos this year to help families navigate the evolving tech road that your student travels on daily. My concept is being asynchronous, not having a set time to provide you with information ==> you determine when and how often you want to be engaged. Please take a look at my first episode from December 1 on a Google Site that I created for this adventure. My sincere thanks to Tommy Whalen for his help and innovation to make this goal a reality.