3 Options School Superintendents Are Getting Ready For
When will the kids go back to learning this Fall? Better yet, HOW will they go back to learning? Here is the timeline of getting information on what will happen with schools and the kids going back to school, or perhaps not going back to school.
This week--there will be information on the requirements for opening each school.
July 31--Each district in the New York State has to submit their plans for reopening.
August 7--Governor Cuomo will give the orders on what will happen with schools and the timeline of going back by this date.
School districts and Western New York superintendents are getting ready for three different options of how to execute learning. Either remote, in-class learning, or a little bit of both to get efficient learning done.
Governor Cuomo last week said the State Department of Health is going to have a plan to announce guidelines to help the 700 districts in New York will need to create reopening plans. According to WGRZ and the Niagara Falls City School District Superintendent Mark Laurrie said:
This week coming up, we're going to get more information on the requirements for opening schools in September. In the meantime, district leaders have been preparing for three different options: remote learning, in-class learning, and a hybrid of both. I think all of the three options have to be on the table, and I think it really should be a regional approach. I didn't say a district-by-district approach. I said a regional approach, based on where you are, based on what the numbers say."