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  • Dear Parents and Guardians,

     

     

    On Thursday, October 1, 2020 the New York State Department of Health released a new Pre-K to grade 12 COVID-19 toolkit.  This toolkit provides parents with a flowchart to use when making the decision to send your child to school for in person instruction.  The flowchart also provides parents/guardians with information as to what will be required in order for your child to return to school after an absence.  The toolkit was sent home with students on Friday and has been posted on our school website.  

     

    If your child is out of school for any reason it is important that you call our school nurse, Sandi Braymer at 518-793-7419 to inform her as to why your child was not in school.  Mrs. Braymer will then discuss with you what will be required in order for your child to return to in person instruction.  Please do not send your child back to school until you have communicated with Mrs. Braymer and she confirms they may return.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact myself or Mrs. Braymer.  

     

    Thank you so much for supporting our effort in returning to in person instruction! 



    Sincerely,

    Brian George

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  • September 30, 2020 

     

    Dear Parents / Guardians: 

    The school year is off to a great start.  Thank you so much for supporting our effort in returning to in person instruction.  As the school districts across New York State have reopened for the 2020-2021 school year, the guidelines for the continued daily operation of the district continue to be reviewed, modified, and updated. Specifically, the Department of Health has issued revised protocols related to how a confirmed COVID positive case is addressed in the district. 

     

    In the event of a confirmed positive case of a student or employee in our district, Warren County Public Health will work in coordination with our school to complete a thorough investigation and provide appropriate recommendations to keep our school community safe. Please note, a temporary closure of the at risk classrooms or the entire school, may be prudent depending on the situation, to provide time to ensure adequate time for the investigation, identification of contacts, notification of families, cleaning, and disinfection of the affected areas.  The results of this investigation will determine the extent of possible exposure and provide the district with recommendations for further quarantine or reopening the district. 

     

    In the event that a classroom or the entire building is quarantined, we established a remote learning procedure to ensure continuity of learning for our students. More information about learning during a quarantine would be shared in the event there is a confirmed case.

     

    While we hope that the district will continue to remain COVID free, we want to make sure that we inform every one of the various scenarios that we may encounter during the year. Please note that a determination of closure may be made with very little advanced notice, very similar to the traditional “Snow Day”, and we are encouraging families to develop plans to ensure available childcare in the event that the district is closed. We appreciate your continued support of the district. If you have any questions regarding this information, I would encourage you to please contact the district at 518-792-3231.

     

     

     Sincerely,

     Brian George

     

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