WESTFIELD - The 24 members of the district advisory committee for the feasibility study for centralizing the Brocton and Westfield districts had their first meeting on Thursday, Oct. 18 in the large group instruction room at the Westfield Academy and Central School.
Each district selected 12 members for the committee, including two students. Consultants from Western New York Educational Service Council (WNYESC) lead the committee through a three-hour session.
The first order of business was an icebreaker, meant to help committee members learn about each other, so the group would act more effectively. Tom Schmidt asked each member to choose a partner, "preferably someone from the other district you do not know."
Photo by Diane Chodan
David Kurzawa from the Western New York Educational Service Council speaks to the Advisory Committee about the critical dates set by the State Education Department for the feasibility study concerning the centralization of the Brocton and Westfield school districts.
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