Brewster Middle School receives state recognition

BREWSTER – Brewster Middle School has been honored as part of the Washington School Recognition Program by the State Board of Education, the Educational Opportunity Gap Oversight and Accountability Committee (EOGOAC) and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.

We here at Brewster Middle School are proud that our efforts are paying off with continued student growth year after year,” said Brewster Middle School Principal Greg Austin. “The area of achievement this year was growth for students who receive special education services.”

Austin added that a dedicated staff, well-motivated students and a system in place will ensure continued success.

We are so proud of our schools and the comprehensive focus on learning and student achievement,” said Dr. Michelle Price, Superintendent of the North Central Educational Service District. “Our students are the future, and as the NCESD we see first-hand the level of commitment and dedication to teaching and learning so that our students can succeed.”

The state Legislature acknowledged the last week in April (April 27-May 1) as Washington School Recognition Week.


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