WATCH: Jamestown P-Tech Students Speak Out Against School Budget Cuts

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JAMESTOWN – Students from Jamestown Public School who attend the county’s P-Tech program are speaking out against the district’s budget cuts.

Last week, the Jamestown Public School District announced their 2020-21 budget, that includes the elimination of the district’s Success Academy and participation in the P-Tech program.

In an interview with WNYNewsNow, two students with the school, Senior Hope Smith and Junior Gavin Swanson explained their displeasure with the district’s decisions and talked about their plan to petition for funding.

Viewers can watch the interview in the embedded video above, or, by clicking here. The full interview with the school superintendent is posted here.



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