The Connecticut Association of Student Councils is an advisory
organization designed to help student councils work more effectively
and efficiently within the school community. CASC sponsors statewide
conventions, leadership workshops, and related activities for students
and advisors. Committed to the preparation and development of student
leaders, CASC provides students with important opportunities to
obtain leadership development, experience government, and help chart
the course of their education.
The Connecticut Association of Student Councils was established
under the auspices of the Connecticut Association of Schools.
CASC services include:
- the annual CASC Advisors Workshop,
which affords student council advisors an opportunity to learn
and share information;
- the CASC Spring Conference, which
is the largest gathering of student leaders in the state of Connecticut;
- CASC Vision Statement: Students will be exposed to the skills necessary to become confident and competent leaders of a global society able to apply basic leadership skills to real world problems.
- A four year leadership curriculum built around the following essential questions: I'm a Leader, So Now What?; I'm a Leader, So Now What Are My Responsibilities?; I'm a Leader, So Now What Is Right?; I'm a Leader, So Now What Do I Do?