– A public forum at the Jamestown High School Auditorium on
Tuesday, April 18 will ask the question, “Can Jamestown students be
most likely to succeed?'. The open forum will discuss 21st
century learning in Jamestown Schools and feature an abbreviated
screening of the documentary Most Likely to Succeed
followed by a panel discussion.
Kirsten Baesler, Jamestown Superintendent Rob Lech, Jamestown High
School Principal Adam Gehlhar, and Jamestown Chamber of Commerce
Board Member and Chief Financial Officer at First Community Credit
Union Sean Rinkenberger, will consider how Jamestown students can be
educated for success unless approaches to education evolve. The
public is invited to join the discussion about what employers will
need from employees, how students can be prepared for successful
careers, and why a focus on success is more important than ever.
The forum will begin at
6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 18 at the Jamestown High School Auditorium.
The event is being sponsored by the Jamestown Public Schools, Greater
North Dakota Chamber and the Jamestown Chamber of Commerce.