David Kurzawa, one of the consultants with Western New York Educational Service Council (WNYESC), recently contacted the OBSERVER to clarify three important points about the centralization study between Brocton and Westfield.
He requested that three points be presented to the public.
1. Each district will select an advisory group consisting of 10 citizens. This joint advisory committee will meet together at all times.
2. Interviews with internal district staff are between the staff member and the member of the WNYESC team only. There are not others present at these interviews.
3. Focus groups for designated members of the public are held in each district for district residents. For example, there will be a focus group for parents in Brocton, and another focus group parent meeting in Westfield.