C.R. Weeks Elementary School is one of 562 schools the New York State Education Department has recognized as a high-achieving, high-progress Recognition School under New York’s Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) plan.
According to the state, ESSA plans include strategies for supporting the professional growth of educators and ensuring that all students, including Multilingual learners/English language learners, immigrant students, migratory youth, students with disabilities, homeless youth, and neglected and delinquent youth, have access to a well-rounded, culturally responsive and sustaining education that supports students’ academic and social-emotional development.
The state has recognized Weeks Elementary for making
continuous improvement in these areas.
“I’m tremendously proud of the growth and continued learning by our students and staff at Weeks. I’m grateful for their efforts and look forward to even higher levels of achievement in the future,” said Dr. Jason Andrews, Superintendent of the Windsor Central School District.
“This recognition represents the dedication and efforts of the staff and students at C.R. Weeks. I am proud to work with such a dedicated group of people,” said C.R. Weeks Elementary principal Kristin Beriman.