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Community Discussion Regarding Name of John Witherspoon Middle School

More than 100 people attended the July 23rd morning meeting of the Princeton Board of Education Policy Committee about a possible name change for John Witherspoon Middle School, with students, teachers, and community members voicing their opinions and concerns.  Shirley…

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Princeton Board of Education to Discuss Renaming John Witherspoon Middle School, July 23, 2020

On Thursday, July 23 at 8 am, the Policy Committee of the Princeton Public Schools to discuss the renaming of John Witherspoon Middle School.  Written comments on the subject of the JWMS name may be submitted to the Board via…

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Restorative Justice & Equity in School Discipline

Thursday, April 12, 7PM, John Witherspoon Middle School Auditorium There is a call to action to address the persistent gaps by race and special needs status in school suspension and expulsion. Schools are seeking ways to transform how they elicit…

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Official Statement Condemning Recent Incident of Hate Speech

When racist and anti-Semitic slurs appeared on an 8th grade web-based project, Princeton government and religious leaders produced the statement below.  Superintendent Steve Cochrane published a statement earlier on behalf of the school district.  To read that statement, click here….

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Superintendent Steve Cochrane’s Remarks about Hate Incident at John Witherspoon Middle School

The message below was shared by Superintendent Steve Cochrane at the beginning of the Princeton Public School’s Board of Education meeting on November 14, 2017.  To read November 16 statement of Princeton government and religious leaders, click here. Tonight, based…

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