Amid a change in leadership and criticism from parents, teachers, and students, Williamsville Central Schools has made another change to it's reopening plan for students in grades 5-12.

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WIVB reports district officials announced the temporary move to 100 percent remote instruction for grades 5-12 will go into effect on Tuesday, Sept. 15.

Acting superintendent Dr. John McKenna said "a target date to transition students back into schools is Nov. 16 for grades five and six and Jan. 4 for grades seven through 12," according to WIVB.


Anyone with questions can contact the district at the email address

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