Jamestown Public Schools Seeking Input On New High School Principal Search

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JAMESTOWN – Jamestown Public Schools are asking for the community’s feedback as officials search for a new high school principal.







In a video released by the district this week, Superintendent Dr. Bret Apthorpe invited the community to partake in a ThoughtExchange survey posted on the district’s website.

“A high school principal is a critically important job,” said Apthorpe. “It is equally important that we have the feedback from our parents, staff, students and community members on the qualities that they wish to see in a high school principal.”







Apthorpe says the online survey is posted at jpsny.org/principal and will be open through Friday, February 7.

In December, High School Principal Dr. Rosemary Bradley resigned after teachers at the school “overwhelmingly” voted no confidence in her ability to keep students safe following a fight at the school.













Current JHS Assistant Principal, Dana Williams, was appointed interim principal through June 30, 2020.

 

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