What is CAS? - CAS Team

 CAS Advisors and CAS Team 
The IB CAS Adviser team Mr. Carella, Ms. Hayes, TOK teachers and Mr. Buettner make sure all students complete Creativity, Activity, Service experiences and a CAS Project required in order to receive the IB Diploma.

As your CAS advisers, the LHS CAS team can help as a mentor, motivator, resource person and evaluator who will approve your proposed CAS experiences.

The CAS Adviser team works also with other faculty, community members and organizations to advise, approve, and somtimes help arrange potential CAS activitites.

All on the CAS team are available to help students as CAS advisers-Mr. Carella is available each day after / before school to help with a CAS question or project idea. Just drop by room 228.

 CAS Supervisors 
CAS Supervisors are adults related to and qualified to oversee the CAS experience you've chosen.

Any LHS teacher, coach, community member, or adult you select (except parents-family members) can be your CAS supervisor or mentor overseeing your CAS experiences and activities.

Your CAS supervisor does not need to be with you all the time, but they they are aware of your participaiton and must document your actually completing your activity by submitting a supervisor review to your CAS team adviser.

Stduents can always consult with a favorite teacher, coach, community member, or any sponsoring organization near or far from LHS about a CAS experience you are arranging.

This website contains all the information needed to get started, so it's up to you to review information here and get involved creatively, actively, and in service.

 More on CAS Supervisors 
The CAS Supervisor is the adult coach, director, seminar or institute teacher/ leader / counselor, who administers , supervises, or oversess the CAS activity you are engaged in. CAS supervisors could be your varsity or competivie / community coach, the director or head of the United Way agency you are volunteering for, or any adult in charge of what, how, and who you are volunteering for or participating within the capacity of your CAS activity. IB specifically states that parents and family members can not serve as IB CAS supervisors.