ALBANY, 02/11/13 -- State Senator James L. Seward (R/C/I – Oneonta) today met with school officials from Moravia Central School at the Capitol in Albany.
“After traveling to Moravia recently for a tour of the school and a chance to speak with students, teachers and administrators, I was pleased the contingent from Moravia Central School returned the favor by visiting me at the Capitol,” said Senator Seward. “As I work to negotiate a state budget that meets the needs of our students, and helps hold the line on property taxes, it is important to hear, first-hand, from the educators and administrators on the front line.”
Senator Seward serves on the state senate education committee as well as the senate budget sub-committee on education.
Along with meeting with Senator Seward, the Moravia Central School contingent also met with Senate Education Committee Chairman Senator John J. Flanagan.
Photo caption: Senator James L. Seward speaks with Moravia Central School officials on the floor of the New York State Senate. From left, Senator Seward, Superintendent of Schools Michelle Brantner, Director of Special Education Chris Fisher, and Business Administrator Jeff Carmichael.