information and reflection about Joseph Case High School
Volume 13, No. 5 *** October 19, 2016
Level One School
What the latest report and its copious amount of granular data doesn't reveal is that Joseph Case High School is the only comprehensive high school in southeastern Massachusetts that began as a Level One school when this system was implemented in 2012 and has remained a Level One School every year since.
We are the only consistently Level One School in the South Coast Conference. The only other comprehensive high school in the state's southeast reporting area to sustain this status are Duxbury, Falmouth, Hingham and Norwell high schools.
Statistically, it is difficult for a school to continue upward growth. Many 2015 Level One schools hit that ceiling this year. Our day may come in the future.
But until then we will celebrate this accomplishment. Often. Loudly. And with great passion.
Congratulations to all stakeholders. I will be blogging about my reflections on this soon.
- Case has secured its first league football championship since 1992 with last Friday's win over Fairhaven. If the Cardinals beat Wareham this Friday night, the boys will be the sole possessors of this title. Game begins at 7 p.m. in Wareham.
- Boys and girls soccer played in the Cabral Cup this past weekend honoring Officer Bob Cabral who was killed in 2005.
- Field hockey celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness with a Pink-Out at its game against Seekonk.
- Girls volleyball received a special Educational Athletics Award from the MIAA for its community service project with Best Buddies earlier in the year.