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District Announcements
Parent Information Night - Twitter 101
As a parent, would you like a keener awareness of your child's social media? Interested in seeing how your child portrays him/herself on Twitter? Please join Principal Brian McCann at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 8 as he hosts a Twitter 101 opportunity for our Case families. You can sign up for an account here. We will highlight some of Twitter's functions, model how to Tweet, and finally how to view your child's digital footprint. Pre-registration is limited to 21 families. RSVP with Pauline Simmons at psimmons@swanseaschools.org by April 7. Don't be left behind -- become a connected parent.
Case High AP Night
AP Family Night, for any student and their family, will be help in the high school's auditorium on Thursday, May 7, beginning at 6:30 p.m. All students who plan to enroll in our expanded AP program will be invited with their families and should plan on attending this one-hour event. The high school also welcomes all interested students in grades 8-11 and their families to see how Joseph Case High School's Advanced Placement offerings plan to expand in scope and membership in the next three years. The high school is grateful for the support of the school committee, Superintendent Bob Monteiro and Massachusetts Insight Education for partnering with us to make our existing AP program even stronger.
International Student Hosting Opportunity
As part of the school districtís effort to expand its global education program, we have partnered with the Cambridge Institute of International Education to bring up to five international students to Joseph Case High School for the 2015-2016 academic year!

As part of this initiative, gphomestay, a sister company of the Cambridge Institute of International Education, is offering an incredible opportunity to families in Swansea.† If you are interested in making a positive impact on the life of an international student, consider becoming a host family!

Host families will be given a substantial stipend for providing students with meals, a private room, and for welcoming the students into their homes. 24/7 support will be provided from residential coordinators to help coordinate meeting your student upon arrival, keeping you connected with the school community, and mediating issues if they arise. Families of all types, ethnicities, backgrounds and sizes are welcome.

To learn more about becoming a host family, please contact info@gphomestay.com (781-996-0429) or fill out an online application: http://www.gphomestay.com/Application.html.
Superintendent's Letter on School Security
Dear Parents and or Guardians:

The Swansea Public Schools are committed to providing the safest possible educational environment to all stakeholders.† We are constantly reviewing, revising, drilling and practicing safety protocols and procedures as well as upgrading our buildings, safety equipment and features.† Read more...
School Announcements
Joseph Case High School
70 School Street
Swansea, MA  02777

School Phone: 508-675-7483
Fax: 508-646-4405
casehigh.swanseaschools.org

Brian McCann, Principal

Christopher Costa, Assistant Principal

Karen Fisher, Director of Guidance
Cassie Correira, Guidance Counselor
Ted Pettine, Guidance Counselor
Keith Mello, School Adjustment Counselor
Anthony Palladino, Cardinal Prep

Administrative Assistants
Sharon Belanger
Pauline Simmons
Patricia Cronin, Guidance




Joseph Case High School's Mission Statement

Joseph Case High School will provide a safe, diverse and nurturing environment to help students become lifelong learners with 21st century skills.

Joseph Case High School 's Core Values

Communication

Authentic learning opportunities

Shared responsibility in academic excellence and integrity

Engagement of students as active learners

Higher order thinking skills

Strong 21st century knowledge base

Joseph Case High School 's 21st Century Learning Expectations

1. Students should use technology to access, evaluate and apply appropriate information for authentic learning opportunities.

2. Students should work independently and collaboratively to problem solve.

3.     Students should communicate clearly and effectively.

4.     Students should become active learners, demonstrating innovation and adaptability.

5.   Students should apply processes of analysis, evaluation and creation in problem-solving.

6.     Students should demonstrate character through:

·          personal responsibility.

·          cultural appreciation.

·          ethical behavior.

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