• Creative Arts Secondary School brings together students, staff, family and community through 

    LEARNING AND ARTS    

     


    STUDENT WALKOUTS

     

    Please take some time to read the document below and talk to your student over the information provided regarding Student Walkouts in Observation of Gun Violence. Our priority here at Creative Arts is to keep every student safe every day. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Hines (Principal) at 651-744-3758.


    Click on the link below to access the document:

    Letter in English

    Letter in Hmong (Hmoob)

    Letter in Spanish (Espanol)

    Letter in Karen

     

     

    Friday, March 2 Update

    Happy Friday CASS Families!

     

    We had an awesome turn out yesterday night at Conferences.  Thank you to all the families who were able to meet with teachers to support your students’ learning and success here at Creative Arts!  Again, if you need access to Schoology or any additional support, don’t hesitate to contact Ms. Vang.

     

    As you all know, any time families come to support their CASS student,  you are entered into a Family Raffle sponsored by our Parent Advisory Committee (PAC).  The Quarter 2 All-Day Elevator Pass winners are:

    • Cheng V. - 10th grade
    • Ashley H. - 7th grade
    • Vanessa V. - 6th grade
    • Frida S. - 7th grade
    • Scottie B. - 9th grade

     

    The families of the following students have won 2 FREE Tickets to our March 16th Performance Night:

    • Kayla X. - 6th grade
    • Trey T. - 11th grade
    • Marcquia L. - 6th grade

     

    We also are so excited and proud that our student artwork is out and about in the community.  A huge thanks to Mr. Randy Schutt for all the extra time and work he has put in to make this happen for our artists.

     

    Tomorrow 3/3 - join us at Caydence Records on Payne Avenue from 10 am - 2 pm for the opening of the Rebirth exhibit. The event details are on our Facebook page as well.

     

    From now until March 25th you can also see student work at the A-Z gallery in lower town at LES FARRINGTON'S BEST 100 - JURIED ART EXHIBITION.

     

    Through the month of March, student work is also being displayed at the Center for Equity and Culture located in Washington Tech Magnet.

     

    So many great opportunities for you and the family to check out CASS student artwork in the public and community.  We appreciate your continued support!

     

    Lastly, look out for the monthly newsletter early next week. 


  • Ms. Lee Vang

    lee.vang@spps.org

    651-744-2132

    @msleevang

     

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