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Watertown Daily Times | Local News, Sports, Features, and Community Information for Jefferson County, St. Lawrence County, and Lewis County in Northern New York.
Superintendent: Jamie Moesel - e-mail
Phone: (315) 583-6108 - Fax: (315) 583-6381
South Jefferson Central School ...
South Jefferson Central School Superintendent Jamie A. Moesel said even though only about 5 percent of her district is affiliated with the military, it still would be a loss of students to the district.
Of the 2,000 students enrolled this year, about 100 were military affiliated.
It would have an impact, but it would be split between buildings and grade levels, Mrs. Moesel
“There was a moment of shock,” ...
“There was a moment of shock,” South Jefferson Superintendent Jamie A. Moesel said.
She said the problem went unnoticed until right before the test was administered because it remains secured until then.
She said when the test booklets were opened, there were blank pages where there should have been questions.
Two of the district’s four third-grade classes received tests with missing pages, Mrs. Moesel said.
“We were able to take care of one classroom because we had extra tests,” Mrs. Moesel
ADAMS CENTER — South Jefferson ...
ADAMS CENTER — South Jefferson Central School District Superintendent Jamie A. Moesel will end her education career where she started it.
will submit a letter at the Board of Education meeting March 24 stating her
intent to retire in June.
“I love this district as much today as the first day I began working here,” Mrs. Moesel
“I’m a graduate of South Jeff; it’s been a special place for me.
But I am looking forward to spending more time with my family and seeing what happens next.”
has a husband, John H.; and two daughters, Allison A. Moesel of Arlington, Va., and Adrienne E. Sliz of Boston.
“The Regents has nothing to do ...
“The Regents has nothing to do with our decision,” Superintendent Jamie A. Moesel said.
In the past five years, she recalled school being canceled three or four times during Regents exams.
“It’s all about safety.
Our decision today reflects that,” Mrs. Moesel