Mrs. Caso graduated from Youngstown State University in 1989 with a
BS in Ed degree in Mathematics, Physics, and Secondary Education. She
received her Master's degree in 1996 from Cleveland State University
with a major in Computer Uses in Education. She continues to take
graduate level classes to further her education and has already added on
an additional 60 semester hours to her transcript in various education,
mathematics, and computer science topics.
In addition to teaching at NOHS, Mrs. Caso has also taught graduate
level courses for Cleveland State University and Ashland University
where she has been an adjunct instructor. For over ten years, she also
taught online graduate level courses for
educators through WVIZ/PBS TeacherLine.
At NOHS, Mrs. Caso has taught various levels of mathematics and
computer science. Recently and currently taught courses can be found
in the list of "classes taught".
Class Web Sites and Moodle Sites:
The purpose for this site and it's related links is to provide
additional resources to students and parents. These include, but are not
limited to: homework schedules, test dates, expectations for projects,
assessment rubrics, interactive materials, and notes. Please visit
regularly to check for updates and new information.
NOHS Computer Club:
The NOHS Computer Club was revived in 1996 by Mrs. Caso who has been
the advisor since that time. Activities of the club have included but
are not limited to:
Provide computer diagnostic and minor repair services for
students, parents, and community members
Build a desktop computer annually or bi-annually where
students determine the specifications, check compatibilities,
research prices, and actually build the computer.
Participate in and sponsor events during Computer Science
Education Week in December.
Learn how to be creative using computer-based tools such as
Plotagon, SumoPaint, Video-editing tools, Game and app creation
Learn networking concepts by creating and maintaining their
Learn various operating systems and hardware tools such as
Raspberry Pi, Raspbian, Linux, ...
Encourage younger students to take interest in and learn more
about Computer Science and technology.