Evrod Cassimy Partners With Cass Tech H.S. To Showcase Student’s Talents
TV News Anchor, Evrod Cassimy, has partnered with the students of Cass Tech High School in Detroit for a night of news and music.
The program is called NEWZIC: A Cass Tech Fundraiser and will be held on November 15th from 6-8:30pm at Cass Tech High School in Detroit, MI. It will highlight the talents of Cass Tech students while raising money for the school’s fine arts program. It will showcase the different areas of fine arts at Cass Tech including choir, dance, orchestra and band performed by current Cass Tech students. Evrod Cassimy will also be performing songs from his debut album, Newzic, along with new songs from his upcoming album. The program will also feature talent from other local artists.
Cass Tech is known across Metro Detroit as one of the best schools in the area. Located in Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood, its slogan “Cass Tech #1, Second To None” defines the excellence demanded of the students. The school’s staff is proud of its 97% graduation rate. Cass Tech’s mission is to educate and empower every student, in every community, every day, to build a stronger Detroit.
Under the leadership of Principal Lisa Phillips, the school’s vision is that all students will have the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to thrive in our city, our nation and our world.
“In addition to academics and athletics, community partnerships play an intricate role in the success of any school,” said Phillips. “I am truly honored to have an opportunity to collaborate with our Cass Tech Alumni and the phenomenal Evrod Cassimy! Our performing arts department staff and students will benefit greatly from this initiative through master dance classes, advanced music programs, specialized acting classes, scholastic art classes, jewelry design classes, etc. We are excited and ready to take our fine and performing arts program to another level.”
Evrod Cassimy is the morning anchor at WDIV Local 4 News and can be seen on television Monday through Friday from 4:30-7am and again at noon. He has an honorary Cass Tech diploma and believes in the vision of the school and students. Evrod partnered with the school in efforts to raise funds for the school to inspire the students and support the school’s fine arts program.
Tickets are $20 for general admission and are 100% tax deductible. They can be purchased online by clicking the photo below. All proceeds will go to the Cass Tech Alumni Foundation to provide continuous support in all of Cass Tech’s endeavors in fine arts.