WATERTOWN — Representatives from the New York State Education Department visited Case Middle School on Wednesday after the school was placed in the bottom 5 percent statewide for overall student performance.
A letter on the school’s website stated the team was learning how the school operates while also finding ways to help the school improve.
Following its visit, the team held a session in the school’s auditorium at 1:40 p.m. for parents to provide feedback. Ten parents were present for the forum.
The Times was unable to attend the meeting due to both federal and state laws that govern privacy issues regarding student and staff data.
The team will help the…