Spring 2021 Instructional Reopening Plan

On March 19, the CDC issued an updated Operational Strategy for K12 Schools Through Phased Mitigation Guidance, which adjusts social distancing metrics within schools from 6 feet to 3 feet. 

 

Brockport Central School District, along with school districts throughout Monroe County, agreed to work with the Finger Lakes Reopening Schools Safely Task Force  to pursue a reopening plan that aligns with the CDC guidance for the fourth quarter, beginning April 19. This plan will need to be approved by the New York State Department of Health and Governor Cuomo before being implemented. 

 

 

On March 12, Superintendent Bruno sent a survey to all BCSD families, on what the current status of their student is and how that would change, given any updates to the instructional models. The survey was sent to gauge interest in a return to fully in-person learning and any transportation needs that would create. Thank you to all families who completed the survey. 

 

The New York State Department of Health issued initial reopening guidance, Guidelines for In-Person Instruction at Pre-K to Grade 12 Schools, in August 2020. Within the guidance, the NYSDOH recommends that districts follow 6-foot social distancing, with increased distancing for certain activities including physical education and the musical arts. As of March 26, 2021, the NYSDOH has not updated this guidance but has said they are reviewing the recent update to CDC guidance and are assessing if/what updates will be made to the guidance from August 2020.


 

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