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Waterville students learn about shared civic responsibility


Middle and high school students stand together smiling next to the New York State Assemblyman in front of an FFA sign.

On Jan. 11, juniors and seniors at Waterville Jr./Sr. High School had the opportunity to learn about civic responsibility as they listened to New York State Assemblyman Brian Miller during his visit to the school.

Miller shared insights from his tenure as an elected official, answering student questions in an effort to amplify student voices.

Miller then met with students with the Waterville FFA chapter.

“Giving our students the chance to learn about their civic duty from a sitting state lawmaker is impactful,” said Waterville Jr./Sr. High School Principal Jennifer Dainotto.

“Students were able to hear personal experiences about how local government operates,” Dainotto continued.

Miller represents Assembly District 122 in the New York State Assembly.

The Waterville Central School District is committed to educating the whole child for personalized success. All students will be prepared for post-secondary success and nurtured to become intellectually curious and creative critical thinkers, who are effective communicators and collaborators.

A man stands at a podium on an auditorium stage in front of students gathered in the audience.
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