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Woodland Regional High School

CASC Spring Convention - "Lights, Camera, Lead!"

Delegations of high school and middle school Student Councils/ Governments from across the state of Connecticut are convening at Woodland Regional High School on March 10th. The all—day convention marks the conclusion of our celebration of 70 years of The Connecticut Association of Student Councils.

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CASC Spring Convention - "Lights, Camera, Lead!"
CASC Spring Convention - "Lights, Camera, Lead!"

Time & Location

Mar 10, 2023, 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Woodland Regional High School, 135 Back Rimmon Rd, Beacon Falls, CT 06403, USA

About the event

Delegations of high school and middle school Student Councils/ Governments from across the state of Connecticut are convening at Woodland Regional High School on March 10th. The all—day convention marks the conclusion of our celebration of 70 years of The Connecticut Association of Student Councils.

Each school’s delegation is limited to a maximum of 15 delegates (adults and students combined). If more space becomes available we will notify schools closer to the convention date.

Delegates will participate in large group as well as small discussion group sessions which will look at topics on Citizenship, Recognition, Inspiration, Service, Engagement, and Spirit.

Additionally, delegates will meet as the CASC General Assembly for the first time and approve the new Constitution and Bylaws of the association

The election and installation of new Executive Board officers will take place during the afternoon session.

Please send questions or inquiries to Christopher Tomlin at ctomlin@casciac.org

Our Keynote:: Ed Gerety

Ed Gerety is an author and one of the top professional youth speakers and leadership trainers in the United States. His inspirational and powerful programs have taught over 3 million people in all 50 states, Canada and Europe, the life skills essential to develop as leaders in school and in life.

These skills, which include respect, character, gratitude, leadership, attitude, and making a difference, are outlined in Ed’s book, “Combinations: Opening the Door to Student Leadership”.

Ed continues to do extensive study in the areas of leadership and peak performance and he has completed the Boston Marathon three times. He lives on the New Hampshire seacoast with his wife and two children, along with their golden retriever dog Gracie, their two cats Sugar and Coco, and one bearded dragon named Trevor.

Community Service Project::

Each year CASC sponsors a service project at Convention, this year delegates will be recording themselves reading books for Elementary children.  Be sure to stop by the Service Project workshop to record your book, the goal is to record 70 Books for CASC’s 70th Birthday!

Schedule


  • 1 hour

    Opening General Session


  • 40 minutes

    CASC General Assembly Meeting

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