• Brent Sutter     

    Brent Sutter

    Assistant Principal

    Washington Middle School

  • I am honored to say that this will be my 46th year as a member of the Jamestown Public Schools Family.  During these years, I have experienced life as a student, paraprofessional, teacher, and administrator.  I am also proud to say that I was a Washington LOBO in Jr. high school.

    The knowledge and experiences that this district has provided to me has given me the opportunity to experience success.  I am confident that we can continue to provide that same success to all of our students.

    Each year I give my "words of wisdom" to our incoming students.  I let them know that this advice is what I have witnessed create successful students.

    1. Get involved.  Students who are involved in school activities (music, sports, clubs, etc.) take much more pride in their schools and are more academically successful.
    2. Utilize Support Systems.  Middle school life can sometimes result in stress or uncertainty.  If one has a concern, question, or problem bring it to someone's attention.  Administrators, teachers or counselors are always available to assist.
    3. Work hard, be smart.  The knowledge you gain and decisions you make from now through high school will impact you for the rest of your life.  Make sure you make the most out of everyday.

    I look forward to a very successful 2018-2019 school year.  If you ever have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me in person, by phone or e-mail.

    Go LOBOS