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letter-to-the-cas-supervisor

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									     Accredited grades PS-12 by the WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES (WASC)
     Regular Member of the COUNCIL OF INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS (CIS)
     INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE ORGANIZATION (IB) WORLD SCHOOL: AUTHORIZED IB DIPLOMA, MYP, PYP

Dear Activity Supervisor,

Re: The CAS Programme

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) is a comprehensive, pre-
university educational programme that develops students’ self-organizational and study
skills, and reflects international standards of education. All DP students must undertake
a Creativity, Action and Service Programme (CAS), an integral part of the Course
that is a non-academic component aiming to extend students’ personal talents and social
commitment through major projects of community worth.

The CAS programme aims to provide the individual student with a challenge in three
areas:

CREATIVITY: This aspect of CAS covers a wide range of arts and other activities outside
the normal curriculum, which include creative thinking in the design and carrying out of
service projects.

 ACTION: This aspect of CAS can include participation in expeditions, individual and
team sports, and physical activities outside the normal curriculum; it also includes
physical activity involved in carrying out creative and service projects.

 SERVICE: Aims to nurture and mould the global citizen, which involves interaction,
such as the building of links with individuals or groups in the community. The community
may be the school, the local district, or it may exist on national and international levels.
Service activities should not only involve doing things for others but also doing things
with others and developing a real commitment with them.

This letter is to request that you become a CAS supervisor for a BIS student. An adult
supervisor is required for all activities that a student undertakes and must be found
before a student can start any CAS activity. The role of a CAS supervisor is to monitor
the student’s attendance and performance and let me, the CAS Coordinator, know if any
problems arise. If possible please provide the guidance and support to help the student
be successful with this activity.

At the completion of the activity the student should ask you to report on their
commitment and performance. If you have supplied the student you will supervise with
your email address, an email will be sent to you from noreply@eduvo.com requesting
your review of the student’s performance. Otherwise the student will supply you with a
hard copy to fill out.

In this review you will be asked to comment on the student’s a) Punctuality and
attendance, b) Effort and commitment, and c) be given an opportunity to make other
comments. You will need to state how many hours the student completed in the each of
the three areas (Creativity, Action and Service) and indicate if the student showed
evidence in the learning outcomes that they said they have achieved. Finally you will be
asked if the activity has been completed successfully.

Thank you in advance for your time and effort.



Peter Muir
CAS Coordinator
Bali International School
pmuir@baliis.net




PO Box 3259 Denpasar, Bali – Indonesia,
Tel: 62-361-288770/288467, Fax: 62-361-285103, Email: info@baliis.net
Website: www.baliinternationalschool.com

								
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