Coronavirus Updates

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End-of-Year Dates - Updates regarding Graduation and other Celebrations
Posted 6/12/2020 at 2:20:42 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Meal Program, End-of-Year Activities and More
Posted 6/5/2020 at 10:03:07 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
 
 
Thought Exchange
Posted 5/21/2020 at 10:22:39 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that New York school facilities will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year. The Governor will make a decision about summer school by the end of May. As we look to the future, we must think about what a return to school buildings might look like and how best to support students, families and staff. 
We know that we are stronger together. We need all voices to be heard on this important matter. Please participate in a statewide virtual conversation about reopening schools. You will be able to read and rate other participants' responses. Based on those ratings, the most important thoughts will rise to the top. All contributions are anonymous. 
This is a statewide exchange facilitated by the 37 New York BOCES (Boards of Cooperative Educational Services). The exchange results will be shared with our elected officials so that they will have a more global understanding of the thoughts and ideas our community members have about returning to in-person schooling. 
I encourage everyone to use the link below to share your thoughts and help evaluate the critical issues. Thought Exchange Link: https://my.thoughtexchange.com/333518046 
Our BOCES is Otsego Northern Catskills BOCES 

Information Update including detailed End-of-Year Dates
Posted 5/20/2020 at 9:37:53 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Budget Voting - Parent Letter
Posted 5/8/2020 at 2:01:21 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Pursuant to Executive Order No. 202.26 issued on Friday, May 1, 2020 by Governor Andrew Cuomo, all voting for the June 9, 2020 election will be done by absentee ballot such that the school district must send absentee ballots with a postage paid return envelope to each “qualified voter.” A qualified voter is someone who is a US citizen, 18 years of age, a resident of the District for at least 30 days prior to the vote, and not disqualified by any reason set forth in NYS Election Law §5-106.

Poll Registration
Qualified voters on the most recent years’ poll lists will be automatically sent an absentee ballot. Anyone who meets the definition of a “qualified voter,” but does not believe he/she will be on the School District’s poll list, which contains the names of residents who voted in recent years’ elections, please contact the District Clerk, Laura Carson, by email at [email protected] or 607-264-9332 ext. 501 as soon as possible to ensure timely receipt of an absentee ballot for the 2020 annual meeting/election. 


Budget Vote 2020 Timeline                  

May 21st      Board of Education approves Budget            

May 28th      Budget Hearing at 7 PM, remotely on the school Facebook page for presentation of budget.  Budget will also be posted on the school website.

June 9th      Budget vote via absentee ballot


Putting together a budget has been challenging this year. Our ultimate goal is to put our students first. We are still waiting for Governor Cuomo’s first lookover period of the budget that was supposed to occur on April 30th regarding additional state aid cuts.


We hope you and your family are staying healthy.  To all our mothers in our district, Happy Mother’s Day!. Thank you for all you do for your families.
 
 
 
Budget Hearing, Budget Vote, and Budget Election
Posted 5/5/2020 at 3:03:55 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]

The Cherry Valley-Springfield Central School District Budget Vote and Election is scheduled for June 9, 2020. 

 

A Budget Hearing will take place on May 28, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. remotely on the school Facebook page for presentation of the Budget. 

 

Pursuant to Executive Order No. 202.26 issued on Friday, May 1, 2020 by Governor Andrew Cuomo, all voting for the June 9, 2020 election will be done by absentee ballot such that the school district must send absentee ballots with a postage paid return envelope to each “qualified voter.”  A qualified voter is someone who is a US citizen, 18 years of age, a resident of the District for at least 30 days prior to the vote, and not disqualified by any reason set forth in NYS Election Law §5-106.

 

Poll Registration

Qualified voters on the most recent years’ poll lists will be automatically sent an absentee ballot.  Anyone who meets the definition of a “qualified voter,” but does not believe he/she will be on the School District’s poll list, which contains the names of residents who voted in recent years’ elections, please contact the District Clerk, Laura Carson, by email at [email protected] or 607-264-9332 ext. 501 as soon as possible to ensure timely receipt of an absentee ballot for the 2020 annual meeting/election. 

School Closed, but Instruction Continues
Posted 5/1/2020 at 3:41:59 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Governor Cuomo announced today that New York State schools will remain closed for the remainder of the academic year, however home instruction will continue through the end of the academic year. We will also continue our meal pick-up program at the four fire departments. As for the last day of school, we have not been given a specific date. 

Knowing that we are not returning to the building this academic year we are now able to move forward in planning for Graduation, other end of year activities, return of student personal belongings, etc.  Unfortunately, the list is extensive. We will make sure that you are made aware of details of all our plans.

I wish I had more concrete information for you, and that I had a crystal ball to predict what the future brings.  The health and safety of our students, their families and the community is in our best interest. We are always planning with that in mind.
 
Please continue to strive to be your best.  I know the pandemic is playing a toll on you and your family. As a school district, we are here to support you.  Do not hesitate to reach out to us for assistance, no matter how small or complicated your need is. Stay healthy, be active, and know you are doing your very best.  
 
 
Elementary Anti-Virus Spirit Week
Posted 4/29/2020 at 10:13:59 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Designed by the Digital Media and Design, Anti-Virus Spirit Week will begin next Monday May 4th:
 
 
Home Instruction, Flash Drive Pickups and More
Posted 4/24/2020 at 4:52:49 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
In terms of long-term planning we are designing our home instruction curriculum to go through the end of the school year. If we do return on May 18th then we will make the necessary adjustments. Our plan is to continue the 2-week intervals of instructional packets for the elementary students and flash drives for secondary students to be picked up at the four fire departments. Our tentative next date for pick-up is May 8th. Second trimester and third quarter report cards were mailed out today. Please reach out to your child’s teacher or principal with any questions.

We are talking every day regarding end of year events and Graduation. My heart goes out to our senior class. This is not what they were expecting for their senior year. If you know a senior please reach out to that senior and let them know you are thinking of them. We are starting a few special things next week to recognize our seniors. As for all our other students we are thinking of them too. We cannot wait until we are all back together again.

I commend all of you for the work you are doing. You probably never thought you would be the overseer of home instruction. I know you are doing the best you can. Managing a family while working is challenging. Not having adequate Internet access is frustrating. I am working with our towns and politicians to assist rural areas inconnectivity. Please pat yourself on the back because you are doing an amazing job! You should be proud of yourself.

Continue to stay healthy, exercise and try to find something positive every day. Life is as good as you make it.

 
Anti-Virus Spirit Week
Posted 4/23/2020 at 2:16:01 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Designed by the Digital Media and Design, Anti-Virus Spirit Week will begin next Monday April 27th:
 
 
 
Internet Options in Cherry Valley
Posted 4/17/2020 at 1:43:32 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Cherry Valley-Springfield Central School parking lot
Students' Chromebooks should automatically connect.  
If have an issue email Mr. Davern [email protected] 

Village of Cherry Valley
List of locations that have 4 hours of free Spectrum WIFI per day. Each location is able to transmit 400-500 feet with 5G signal.
Alden field and parking lot - Genesee Street
Cherry Valley Fire Dept - Railroad Avenue 
Cherry Valley Hardware Store - Genesee Street
Coyotes Cafe -  interior access points - Main Street
Cherry Valley Museum - Main Street
Cherry Valley Library (which also has their own unlimited) - Main Street
Tryon Inn - Main Street
Triangle - interior access points - Upper Main Street
Cherry Valley Hwy Dept.- Upper Main Street
United Methodist Church - Main Street
St. Thomas Catholic Church - corner of Montgomery and Church Street
Grace Episcopal Church - Montgomery Street
First Presbyterian Church - Alden Street
Assembly of God Church - Alden Street
 
Locations where existing locations that are only 2G Access Points
Tiffany's Hair - Genesee Street
Quickway - four corners/light


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Extended School Closure
Posted 4/16/2020 at 7:15:05 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Governor Cuomo extended school closure through May15th with a tentative return date of May 18th.  We will continue to provide meal pick-up at the four fire departments on Mondays-Wednesdays-Fridays, 9-11 AM. Our continuity of learning plan is underway with students now being exposed to new content.  If you or your child(ren) have any questions please contact their teacher or principal. You are not in this alone.


Please continue to stay healthy, enjoy the time with your children, and be safe. Thank you for your continued support and patience. We will get through this together. Please do not hesitate to reach out to a teacher, counselor, administrator, or any CVS employee if you need anything.  We want to support you during this uncharted time.
 
 
 
Home Instruction Plan
Posted 4/15/2020 at 8:00:04 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Informational Update
Posted 4/15/2020 at 8:39:34 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
 

April 15th, Informational Update: 

? Tentative return date to school is Thursday, April 30th. 

? Continuity of Learning 

? April 15th: Pick-up at your local fire department 

¦ Elementary teachers will communicate to parents if they don't need to pick up a packet. 

¦ Secondary students received a robocall (SchoolMessenger) from Mr. Keane on Tuesday if they need to pick up a flashdrive. 

? April 16th: Teaching of new content, no longer supplemental learning 

? Plan will be posted on website late afternoon on April 15th 

? Report cards for the second trimester (elementary) and third quarter (secondary) will be mailed on April 24th. 

? Many have been asking about spring sports. NYSPHSAA is making a decision on spring sports by April 27th. 

? Census 2020 

? The COVID-19 crisis is having a major impact in our communities, our daily lives, and 2020 Census field operations. Although the Census may not seem important at this time, responses to the Census determine political representation and how resources will be distributed to communities for the next 10 years. 

¦ Each person counted in the Census brings approximately $2,000 each year to our communities for education, healthcare, emergency services, roads and bridges, and community supports like nutrition, housing, heating, and employment. Census data also drives business decisions, such as where to invest in cellular and broadband infrastructure. 

¦ www.2020census.gov 

? Tentative return date to school is Thursday, April 30th. 

? Continuity of Learning 

? April 15th: Pick-up at your local fire department 

¦ Elementary teachers will communicate to parents if they don't need to pick up a packet. 

¦ Secondary students received a robocall (SchoolMessenger) from Mr. Keane on Tuesday if they need to pick up a flashdrive. 

? April 16th: Teaching of new content, no longer supplemental learning 

? Plan will be posted on website late afternoon on April 15th 

? Report cards for the second trimester (elementary) and third quarter (secondary) will be mailed on April 24th. 

? Many have been asking about spring sports. NYSPHSAA is making a decision on spring sports by April 27th. 

? Census 2020 

? The COVID-19 crisis is having a major impact in our communities, our daily lives, and 2020 Census field operations. Although the Census may not seem important at this time, responses to the Census determine political representation and how resources will be distributed to communities for the next 10 years. 

¦ Each person counted in the Census brings approximately $2,000 each year to our communities for education, healthcare, emergency services, roads and bridges, and community supports like nutrition, housing, heating, and employment. Census data also drives business decisions, such as where to invest in cellular and broadband infrastructure. 

¦ www.2020census.gov 


Instructional Information - Letters from Elementary and Secondary Principals
Posted 4/14/2020 at 1:37:47 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Elementary Principal Letter
During this pandemic that has now brought about the most sweeping changes to our lifestyle in many generations, it is my hope that you and your family have all been able to remain healthy. I am so very proud of the many ways we have come together, seeking needed solutions to each problem that has arisen. Special mention goes out to our dedicated food production & distribution team, each C.V.S. group is sharing the burden, working collaboratively with local fire departments providing hundreds of meals three times a week to our district students...
  
 

Secondary Principal Letter
ibility and cooperation from everyone. While teaching and learning will go on, the emotional, psychological and physical well-being of everyone in our community remains our top priority.  
I hope this letter finds you healthy, safe, and staying strong during this difficult time. I miss you all and I hope and pray that we are back together at school again soon. We will begin providing new distance learning opportunities on a modified schedule to our students in grades 7-12 on Thursday, April 16. We understand that there are many obstacles to learning from home, and that not everyone has the same access to the Internet. By offering learning opportunities we are hoping to provide some sense of normalcy and mitigate the loss of learning during the school closure, but we do not want to create any more stress during this already stressful time. The transition to new instruction from home will be new to all of us and... 
 
 
 
 
Birthdays
Posted 4/11/2020 at 11:34:51 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
 
If you have a child in grades PK-6 and he/she had, or will have a birthday during the social distancing period Contact your local fire department. The fire departments will do a drive by recognizing your child's birthday.  Every Saturday beginning on April 18th, 3 - 5 PM 
For the Cherry Valley, South Minden and Springfield Fire Departments go to their Facebook page and Message them. Please give your name and 911 address. For the Middlefield Fire Department contact Bud Tabor. 
The Cherry Valley, Middlefield, South Minden and Springfield Fire Departments want to help all PK-6 grade CV-S students CELEBRATE their BIRTHDAYS 
 
Continuity of Learning Plan, New Instruction, Instructional Packets and More
Posted 4/10/2020 at 11:44:01 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Our continuity of learning plan for the past three weeks has been geared towards supplemental learning.  Teachers have provided activities and lessons that have supported previous taught content.  We are ready to transition to instruction of new content. This will begin on Thursday, April 16th.  On Wednesday, April 15th, instructional packets will be available for pick up at the four fire departments.  Not all students will have a packet.  Elementary teachers will communicate to parents if they don't need to pick up a packet.  Secondary students will receive a robocall (SchoolMessenger) from Mr. Keane on Monday if they need to pick up a flashdrive.


Our continuity of learning plan will support our instruction if we return to school, or if we continue to remain in closure. Even though the 3-8 state assessments, the Regents exams and benchmark assessments are no longer scheduled we have a responsibility as a district to educate our students. Ongoing learning remains essential for our students as the foundation for their future grades, courses and post-secondary plans. Both the elementary and secondary teachers had an online faculty meeting yesterday to discuss how students will be assessed during the third trimester/fourth quarter.  We do not want to jump into this without thinking about it.  I do know that students will not receive a numerical grade for the last quarter. Also, discussion regarding promotion to the next grade in the elementary and overall passing of a class in the secondary was discussed. Each building will make a decision prior to next Thursday.  The decision will be communicated with you at that time. After we have finalized the Home Instruction Plan it will be posted on the school website.


What will this next phase in instruction look like?  In the elementary teachers will provide new materials for students to learn and have the flexibility in the format in which these materials are provided. Secondary students will follow a modified schedule.  A clearly defined schedule will be shared with students prior to Thursday. Teachers will Google Meet twice a week with each class and provide office hours via Google classroom during the other three days. Mr. Keane has created a 7-12 Google classroom where he will communicate with students. We are aware that all students do not have access to the Internet. Teachers know who those students are and will make individual contact and a plan.


Home instruction is new for everyone.  We are working off a newly created plan.  We do not expect students, parents or teachers to be perfect at it. We expect there to be bumps in the road and adjustments to be made. Please do not stress or develop anxiety over this.  I continue to stand by the message I have been consistently sending, the health and well-being of our students, their families, our faculty and staff and community is of the utmost importance to me.


Please stay healthy and active.  Enjoy the holiday weekend.  Happy Easter.
 
 
 
Regents, New Home Instruction and More
Posted 4/7/2020 at 3:44:00 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
On Monday, Governor Cuomo extended school closure until April 29th. SED also cancelled all Regents exams. The question then is “what does this mean?” If a student is enrolled in a class that ends in a Regents exam they are then exempt from the Regents exam. The student will receive credit for the class as long as he/she is passing the class. We will provide additional information so that everyone understands what this means. In terms of students in a BOCES program there are also exemptions put in place. Mr. Keane and Ms. Conte will review our current seniors to make sure they are in good standing with these new exemptions...
 
 
 
Admin Update: Regents, School Budget and more
Posted 4/3/2020 at 4:48:24 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
I have a few updates but not the update that the administrative team has eagerly been waiting for...the decision on regents exams. Last Saturday we were told to expect an answer by the end of this week. The Board of Regents is meeting next Monday and Tuesday. I hope the answer will be delivered then. As soon as we have this information we will share. Our instructional approach moving forward will be geared off this decision...
 
Educational Programming, Instructional Supports, Report Cards and more
Posted 4/1/2020 at 11:01:20 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
First, I want to thank you all for your patience, understanding and hard work during this unprecedented time. Our school community has done an excellent job coming together to ensure that our students continue their education and receive quality meals. With this unexpected shift to home instruction, CVSCS has given thought to how student work will be assessed for the third quarter for our secondary students. It has been determined that we will end grading for the third quarter on the last day of on-campus instruction, Friday, March 13th. For those students in grades 7-12 who are missing assignments that were assigned prior to March 13th, teachers will be contacting students and make a plan to get that work submitted. In the elementary school the closure on March 13th ran almost parallel with the end of the second trimester.  Report cards have been generated.

The work students have completed from home thus far is supplemental to the work they have done in school and will not count negatively against them. We will, however, be collecting and providing helpful feedback to students on the work completed. As it is unclear at this time what the length of closure will be, we have yet to determine exactly how the third trimester/fourth quarter will be impacted. We want to assure you that we are putting students first. We strive to continue quality educational programming and instructional supports. I continue to stand by the message I have been consistently sending, the health and well-being of our students, their families, our faculty and staff and community is of the utmost importance to me.

Report cards will be mailed out in two or three weeks. As for continuity of learning over spring break it is my expectation that faculty and staff will be accessible and available during this time to provide supplemental learning.  Meals will continue on Mondays - Wednesdays - Fridays , 9-11 AM at the four fire departments. 

I have not heard from SED (State Education Department) yet regarding Regents exams.  There are many unknowns.  We will address these unknowns as concrete information is provided to us.  The administrative team has been looking at many what if scenarios so that we can have a somewhat organized plan to work from.

Please continue to be safe, stay healthy and try to get fresh air daily. We are all in this together. I take great pride in our school and community.

 
7th and 8th Grade Chromebooks
Posted 3/30/2020 at 10:39:06 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Chromebooks will be delivered to the Cherry Valley, Middlefield, Springfield, and South Minden firehouses for pickup on Wednesday, April 1st between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. for our 7th and 8th grade students.  Each student's Chromebook is being delivered to the firehouse that is closest to their home. 

Students: When you pick up your Chromebook, you and a parent/guardian will need to sign the STUDENT PLEDGE FOR LAPTOP USE. 

If you are not sure which firehouse you should go to, please call Ms. Johnson at (607) 264-3265 ext. 507.
Social Distancing, Regents, Instruction, Meal Plan continuation and more
Posted 3/29/2020 at 11:46:40 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Dear Parents/Guardians,
      As we enter the third week of social distancing I want to thank you for all your efforts in supporting the education of your children.  Homeschooling is definitely something new for all of us and we hope that you are adjusting.  Governor Cuomo announced on Friday that school closures have been extended through April 14th; return to school on April 15th.  He also shared that closures will be reviewed every two weeks. A decision on Regents exams will be decided by the end of this week. There are many unknowns right now regarding education.  We will keep you posted as we know more...
 
 
Feeling Stressed About Coronavirus?
Posted 3/26/2020 at 11:46:33 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
The Office of Mental Health has shared a guidance document that includes talking points for Everyone, for Individuals Receiving Mental Health Services, for Parents, Including Parents of Children with Pre-existing Anxiety Disorders, for Caregivers of Older Adults, and for Mental Health Providers.
 
 
 
 
 
Mental Health - Awareness, Reflection and More
Posted 3/25/2020 at 7:12:23 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Dear Parents, Students and School Employees,
    As we enter our 2nd week of no school, with more state restrictions being imposed, we are seeing a broad array of emotions.  Some of us are happy to be home, spending time with family, while some of us are experiencing more difficult emotions to process, like fear, anger, sadness, anxiety and confusion amongst others.  Please know and reassure your children that these emotions, in children and adults, are normal.  Very few, if any of us have ever experienced anything like what we are going through now...
 
 
Meal Pick-up, Instructional Packet Delivery, Playground, NYS ELA & Math Assessments, 2020 Census and More
Posted 3/23/2020 at 11:34:04 AM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Change in meal pick-up times
--M-W-F only 9-11 AM pick-up at the four firehouses
--FYI: Children 0-18 years old can receive meals.
-- On Tuesday, March 24th our buses will be going out on their normal AM route dropping off instructional packets and resources to students. The buses will be leaving the school at 8 AM. Please have someone ready to accept homeschooling materials. If no one is home, packets will be left in plastic bags. Each bus will have an extra adult on the bus to assist the drivers. We will do the best we can connecting with you. Contact Ms. Johnson for clarifications, 607-264-3265 ext. 507.
--Cherry Valley bus stops - buses will be there around 8:05ish
---Other bus stops will be where your child gets picked up unless you receive a call from us.

- Playground at the school is closed. We do not have the capability to keep it disinfected. The track is also closed. We are practicing social distancing.

- The NYS 3-8 ELA & Math assessments have been cancelled for this school year along with the NYS 4/8 Science assessments.

2020 Census
- The 2020 Census is easy to complete and can be done from the privacy of your home by Internet, phone or paper. Please respond quickly to avoid unnecessary personal contact or a visit from a Census enumerator.
- Your school community is in "stay at home mode" and may be looking for activities for children. The Census Bureau's Statistics in Schools program contains useful activities for all grade levels, data maps and other visualizations that can both entertain students and continue the learning process that they're missing in school. Here's the link: https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/sis.html
Meal Distribution, Instructional Packets, Daycare Opportunities and More
Posted 3/22/2020 at 4:33:28 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
I hope you have been able to settle into some sort of routine. Unfortunately, this is going to be our way of life for a while. If anything good comes out of this it is that we sit back and appreciate what we have, and that we take advantage of the quality time we now have with our families. We need to be thinking of our essential workers; the doctors, nurses, grocery store workers, food preparers and drivers at school, etc. Please make sure you look out for them in some way or form. They are the people who need our prayers right now...

 
Helpful Information, March 19th
Posted 3/19/2020 at 2:32:54 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]

?      Spectrum is offering free internet for students K-12 and college students for the next 60 days.  This is dependent on where you live. Reach out and see if you qualify.
?      If you do have Internet please encourage your child(ren) to check email, and respond to their teacher that they are receiving the emails.  This will assist us in knowing who needs additional support.
?      The administrative staff and teachers have been working to provide students and families with instructional resources to assist parents at home. We will be in contact on Monday of what that will look like and how we will get resources to you. Our goal is Tuesday to have a bus run where we will drop material/resources off.  
?      Reminder that there is free breakfast and lunch to ALL students.  Pickups are Monday-Wednesday-Friday at the Cherry Valley, Middlefield, Springfield, South Minden and Fire Departments, 9-11 AM and 4-6 PM. Bags contain two breakfasts and two lunches. 
?      If you are in need of further assistance please contact Mrs. Climenhaga at [email protected] or 607-264-9332, ext. 501.
?      We have one phone line that we are checking daily for messages, 607-264-3265, ext. 507. Main office phone calls are being transferred to this extension. Your best bet is to email the person you need to be in contact with as email may be checked more frequently.


Childcare Needs for First Responders and Healthcare Workers - Data Needed
Posted 3/18/2020 at 12:57:15 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Good morning.  Governor Cuomo has asked school districts to assist the families of first responders and healthcare workers with childcare during the pandemic.  Cherry Valley-Springfield Central School is working with our counterparts in neighboring districts to identify the scope of the need.

If you are a first responder or healthcare worker who needs childcare, please email me directly at [email protected]  In that email, please include the ages of each child you would need childcare for. I will then be in touch with you for additional information.

We do not have any details as of yet as to where or when this may be available, this is just data collection at this point to determine the level of need regionally.

Instructional Letter to Parents for March 16, 2020
Posted 3/16/2020 at 6:56:56 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
It has just been announced that schools will be closed until April 14th. During this closure our teachers and students cannot benefit from the advantages of traditional classroom learning and therefore we will not provide any new instruction or assign any homework to be graded. “Learning Packets" will not be sent home...
 

Meal Program Opportunities
Posted 3/16/2020 at 6:56:27 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
As a district we feel that it is important to continue to provide free breakfast and lunch to all of our students. If we can assist in alleviating some of the stressors we are more than happy to provide this to you. During the next four weeks there will be Grab & Go points throughout the district...
 
Parent Update Letter for March 16, 2020
Posted 3/16/2020 at 6:42:31 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Updated Parent Letter for March 13, 2020
Posted 3/13/2020 at 6:40:17 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
Parent Letter for March 13, 2020
Posted 3/13/2020 at 6:37:57 PM by Brian DeBoyace [staff member]
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