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JHS English As A Second Language Alumnus Shares Journey To Graduation

October 21, 2012 “Today, I’ll show you the real meaning of being present,” said Jamestown High School 2012 graduate Jomar Gomez-Martinez during last year’s final presentations for the Youth Apprenticeship Program... more »»

Jamestown Public Schools Recognized With An ‘Award Of Merit’ For Website Work

October 21, 2012 Jamestown Public Schools was recently recognized with an “Award of Merit” for its website (www.jamestownpublicschools. more »»

Jamestown Elementary Teacher Teams Collaborate For Student Success

October 7, 2012 “Student-based collaboration – that is the key to our grade-level meetings,” said the Fletcher Elementary School fourth-grade team of Ardith Baldwin, Amanda Chitester, Diane George, Gail Heil, Joey... more »»

Bush School Twisting Its Way To Positive Behavior

October 7, 2012 As the song “Celebrate” pulsates in the gymnasium, Bush Elementary School Principal Dan Bracey high-fives students’ hands on their way into their weekly pep rally. more »»

JPS After School Programs Offer New Ways To Learn, Socialize

September 16, 2012 If you stop by Washington’s or Jefferson’s after school program, don’t be surprised if you see students running around in official white lab coats. more »»

21st Century Grant Supports JPS Students Attending Infinity Summer Camps

September 16, 2012 Mix middle and high school students, recycled products, math and add imagination, and you’ll get innovative, handmade guitars created during Engineering from the Imagination at the Infinity Visual &... more »»

JPS Students Participate In Summer Reading Program

September 2, 2012 “Can we see bacteria in the water?” Washington Middle School teacher Sara Joly asked a gathering of students at the 100 Acre Park. “No,” said a student. more »»

JPS Teachers Learn More About Common Core Learning Standards

September 2, 2012 “Let’s talk about equivalent fractions,” said JPS math coordinator Denise Pusateri to a group of third- through sixth-grade teachers. more »»

Rogers Students Make Smooth Move With Help From Transition Team

June 3, 2012 “Everyone involved in the Rogers School closing is sad,” said Tina Sandstrom, director of elementary education. more »»

Reading Is Important At Rogers

June 3, 2012 “Before we begin reading, ‘Fox on Duty,’ does anyone know what the word ‘duty’ means?” asked Rogers Elementary School’s reading specialist Kara Saile during a recent guided reading group. more »»

Rogers Elementary School Staff Have Fond Memories

June 2, 2012 “Don’t Cry Because It’s Over. Smile Because it Happened.” – Dr. Seuss As many are aware, Rogers Elementary School will close as a functioning elementary school at the end of this school year. more »»

Teachers Teach Students To Be Productive In Our Community

May 27, 2012 Southwestern teachers encourage students to share in their passion for helping others in the community. more »»

Saint Susan Center Teaches Volunteers

May 27, 2012 The teachers at Southwestern Central School started volunteering at St. Susan Center in Jamestown on the last Saturday of January. more »»

SWCS Participates In Jeans Days

May 27, 2012 Southwestern High School participated in several designated jeans days this school year to help families within our district. more »»

Southwestern Teachers And Staff Give Back To The Community

May 27, 2012 The Southwestern Central School teachers and staff are always looking for ways to reach out to our community. As Lydia M. more »»

Encouraging Creativity

May 20, 2012 Mixing English language arts, math, art, along with reviewing and preparing for New York state English language arts and math exams, adds up to a creative, relaxing project for fourth grade Bush... more »»

Writing Boxes Create Critical Thinking Skills, Love Of Writing

May 20, 2012 “Hello reader, I’m Lauren Raymond. I’m a sixth-grader at Jefferson Middle School. Writing is very important if you want to express your emotions because it’s easier to do that when you write. more »»

Ten Tips To Encourage Writing

May 20, 2012 According to, motivating students to read over the summer is critical to continued success. But, parents and families should also encourage children to write. more »»

Arts Are Alive At SWCS

May 13, 2012 Students attending Southwestern Central Schools are given the opportunity to express themselves through art at an early age. more »»

From School To Work

May 13, 2012 The Southwestern Central School Transition service is a program that is mandated by federal and state laws under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, also known as the IDE. more »»



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