October 16, 2020
As we continue to move forward in 2020, we have made plans to move to a four day per week hybrid model that would have students reporting to campus every Tuesday through Friday. Mondays would continue to be used to support our remote and hybrid students. In an effort to survey all of our families, we are asking that you complete the survey below by Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. to let us know your interest in moving to this model or change to a fully remote model.
Please click here: https://forms.gle/Tk5BxpwRiMGVjQzr5
Reopening to 4 day a week timeline:
October 1-16: Monitor student and staff health
October 7-10: Place remaining barriers in all classrooms and spaces identified
October 16: Send communication and survey to parents
October 21: Review results of survey and determine class capacity
October 26: Adjust classrooms to prepare for increased capacity
October 23-October 30: Revise schedules for service providers, Special Education, and ELL.
*November 3-6: First full days of Tuesday-Friday Hybrid students.
November 11: Veterans Day-School Closed
Maintain Mondays for Distance Learning. Office hours for all students
*This depends on the health of our students and staff
For this model to be successful, we will need to make sure busses and classrooms have the capacity. Barriers in every classroom will be installed well before November 3, 2020 so that teachers can adjust classroom seating accordingly. Our cleaning protocols outlined in our reopening plan will continue as written. Lastly, please take your child’s temperature each day and monitor their health closely. The best way for us to move to an in person learning model is by following all of the guidelines that we have shared to date.
Please reach out if you have questions or concerns.
Elba Central School District Vision Statement
Partner students with the Elba learning community to create excellence.
Elba Central School District Mission Statement
We will create a respectful, safe, and engaging environment which will empower and inspire our students to be continuous learners who are challenged to succeed.
Click Here to Read: Elba Reopening Plan for 2020-2021
Genesee County Health Department Guidance and FAQ