Dr. Peter C. Smith
Jamesville-DeWitt Superintendent of Schools
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Promoting Belonging in the Jamesville-Dewitt Community: An Evening with Perception Institute
The Jamesville-Dewitt School District has partnered with Perception Institute, a non-profit consortium of researchers and strategists who draw upon cutting-edge science on the brain and identity differences to help school communities foster a sense of belonging and promote the full potential of all students. In this forum, parents will engage with the Perception team around this collective work and have the opportunity to contribute to the development of strategies to strengthen the Jamesville-Dewitt School District community.
When: Monday, April 29, 2019, 6:00-8:00 P.M.
Where: Jamesville-DeWitt High School Library
Speaking at a Board Meeting
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Meetings of the Jamesville-DeWitt Board of Education are conducted in public to conduct the business of the District. The meetings are not a public forum.
We welcome public comments. This is the Board’s opportunity to listen. We may not directly respond to comments.
We ask that you please follow these ground rules.
- Please fill out a card with your name and contact information and the specific topic you wish to address. This card should be given to the Board Clerk, Timothy Decker. You will be called to speak by the Board President.
- Please state your name and address.
- Please state the subject upon which you wish to comment.
- Please limit your comments to 3 minutes.
- If you have a comment about a student or staff member please refrain and email the Board President.
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Jamesville-DeWitt Central School District is committed to excellence for all of our students. We are a district of approximately 2900 students supported by a community deeply committed to quality education. Our district prides itself for its excellence in academic performance; but it is equally proud of our student performance in the arts, athletics, as well as our students' contributions to their community. We value the great diversity of our student body, believing that diversity in the educational environment is critical to the development of students who will experience success in our increasingly diverse society.