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Friday, May 11, 2012

Milford's Jonathan Law High School students honored

Local students Lucia White and Kodie Daigle, from Jonathan Law High School, were two of 350 top Connecticut seniors who excel in the arts that were honored at the Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS) High School Outstanding Arts Awards Banquet held on April 9th at the Aqua Turf in Southington. 

The students are pictured here receiving their awards from left to right with Dr. Scott Shuler, Consultant, Connecticut State Department of Education Bureau of Accountability and Improvement; Daniel Salazar Jr., Classical Guitarist; Katharine Bishop, President of The Connecticut Association of Schools; and Ryan Ford, Jostens Representative.  

The CAS Outstanding Arts Awards Banquet annually recognizes two seniors in each high school for outstanding ability in the performing or visual arts. The students are chosen by their school to receive this honor. The banquet, with over 1,400 in attendance, is sponsored by Jostens.

About The Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS)The Connecticut Association of Schools serve’s Connecticut’s K-12 public and parochial schools in all areas of inter-school activity.  CAS has emerged as an informed leader in Connecticut’s educational system, providing services to Connecticut’s schools in areas ranging from academics to athletics.  The association represents over 1,000 schools in the state.

The Connecticut Association of Schools is a non-profit organization located in Cheshire, Connecticut.


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