Mr. Barrasso, the head CAS Coordinator at Sturgis East, elaborated on the main idea behind holding the annual CAS Showcase: "What the CAS Showcase does is that it gives all the kids an opportunity to show everyone all the work they've done and the learning outcomes they've met this year. It is a chance to reflect publicly on all their great efforts."
The CAS Showcase was a clear success last year, and Mr. Barrasso and his fellow coordinators are hoping to replicate and improve upon the popularity of this annual event. According to Mr. Barrasso, one of the group's main goals this year is to try to attract more parents, especially parents of students in the sophomore class, so that these adults can witness how vast and vibrant the CAS program is at Sturgis.
The Sturgis Stormwatch would like to thank all of the CAS coordinators and teachers for helping to put this event together. In advance, we would like to thank the many students and parents who will be attending showcase for their support and their enthusiasm for the school. Hope to see you all there this Wednesday, at 6 pm at Sturgis West!
For a comprehensive preview of the CAS Showcase, Stormwatch reporter Katie Curran presents an exclusive interview with Mr. Barrasso as well as more information about CAS itself. Click on the link below to watch!