Decision Day 2018 


Spreading Pawsitivity One Guide Dog at a Time

Senior Julia Schayes’s passion is working with animals and she demonstrates her love by volunteering with the nonprofit organization Guiding Eyes For the Blind.




Trae Farrington is Recognized for his Accomplishments

Senior Trae Farrington is a one-of-a kind student at Jamesville-DeWitt High School and Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Boces. Many people know him as a star runner, participating in both cross country and track. Other people know him as one who never stops working hard and is always looking on the bright side. Some may not know however, that Farrington won an award called “Tools For Success” for the auto body repair class in the BOCES program. According to BOCES, the students were awarded based on their “excellent skills in automotive technology, math and science skills, as well as for their outstanding classroom participation, attendance and attitude.”

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J-DHS Students Dominate at Feats of Clay

Twenty Jamesville-DeWitt High School students traveled to the Onondaga Community College campus to participate in the 31st annual  Feats of Clay competition. This competition consists of six events: the cylinder stack, mugathon (Mug Production), no hands throw, blindfold throw, pot put and coil building. Out of 25 teams in the competition, J-DHS came in third.