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  • Special Dates/Events to Remember

    March 3: Elementary Parent/Teacher Conferences begin

    March 6: Early Dismissal for Students (12:45)

    March 13: 5th grade field trip to RPO

    March 25-27: NYS ELA testing



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    Principal's Corner:

    Good afternoon!
    As you are aware, the district is moving ahead with plans to resume school for our students in the fall.  We will be implementing a hybrid model for grades Pk-4 and will resume distance learning for grades 5 and 6.  Here is what you will need to know:
    1.  The hybrid model is ONLY an option for sturdents entering grades presechool-grade 4.  Once we know how many families are opting for full remote learning in grades pk-4, we will reorgainze our class lists to ensrue that theya re balanced.  Once they are finalized, we can send hoome the welcome letters and supply lists with classroom assignements.  I ask that you are patient as we are still gettting calls from folks with that information.  THE OFFICE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND IS CLOSED AT THE MOMENT, so please use email to communicate your choice of either 100% distance learning or hybrid for your child.  Please use my email or  Remember, this choice ONLY applies to students entering grades Pk-4 in the fall.  
    2.  ALL students in grades 5 and 6 will be learning in a 100% distance learning model.  This means that they will be working on the computer at home, using Zoom, Google Classroom and other digital platfors.  As far as the schedule, that still nees to be worked out.  PLease remember that our faculty is still on vacation and won't return to work until September.  We will get you the information as soon as we can.
    3.  Students who are in grades pk-4 who are opting to remain fully remote will also have to wait for the schedule.  I am in the process of trying to work out what that is going to look like an dthe lgistics of it all.  Please be patient as we start to work on this.  I promise to get that information to you before the start of school.
    4.  Children who have IEPs in the ICOT classrooms are NOT attending school four days a week.  The district special education classes that are attending four days per week are the self-contained classes (for example:  6:1:1, 8:1:2, 12:1:1).  ICOT classes will follow the same schedule as the general education classes. 
    5.  Children riding the bus will be loaded from the back of the bus to the front, and unloaded from the front to the back.  There will be a monitor on the bus to ensure social distancing.  Students will be required to wear masks on the bus.  Buses will be unloaded one at a time when they arrive at school. All children will enter through Exit 1.
    6.  Students' temperatures will be checked on a daily basis.  If your child has a temperature of 100 or above, please keep them home.  I am required to send students who have a temperature of 100+ home, so please make sure to check your child's temperature daily.  If your child has symptoms such as a cough, runny nose, sneezing, fever or trouble breathing, please plan to keep your child home.  (The exception to this would be a condition such as seasonal allergies which are being treated with over-the-counter meds; please make sure to communicate this to our nurse)
    7.  It is ESSENTIAL that we have the correct contact information.  Please make sure that the phone numbers and addresses that we have on file are up-to-date and correct.  Also, it is very important that we have all of the people who have permission to pick up your child in our system.  If you send someone who is not on the list, I cannot release your child.  Please included everyone you give permission to pick up your child as legally, I am not allowed to release a child unless the parents have given written permission.  A form will go home with your child.  We ask that you fill it out and send it back.  You may also email this information to Fran (
    8.  Meals will be served to students in classrooms as we are not allowed to use our cafeteria.  Students will eat breakfast and lunch in the room.  Also, food distribution sites will remain open at all 9 high schools to serve any families in need.  
    9.  Due to COVID-19, visitors will not be allowed into the building.  I know that we have had an open door policy in the past, but in order to limit the possibility of contamination and spread, we cannot have visitors in the building.  You will enter the building through Exit 2, stop by the main office and we will bring your child to you.  Please make sure that you bring your photo identification with you as the district is requiring ID and that is also part of our dismissal protocal at School 46.
    10.  For students in grades Pk-4, if you start the year hybrid and decide to change to 100% distantce learning, that is fine.  Also, if you start the year 100% distance learning and want to change to hybrid, we can accomodate the change.  However, it does take some time to get transportation in place, so just know there will be a slight delay in the start if you choose to switch from remote to hybrid.
    11.  There will be NO before or after school programming next year.  Because of COVID-19, we will not be able to offer the Y program as we have done in the past.  Please make sure that you plan accordingly.
    I know that this is a lot to process. Remember, we are all in this together.  Please do not hesitat to call or email if you have questions.  The building is still under construction so I have been working remotely as much as possible.  The best way to reach me is via email.
    I will be posting more information as it becomes available.  Take care of yourselves.  We miss you all!