[Updated August 14, 2020] There will be three virtual Q&A sessions for families to ask questions about reopening schools in September (one on August 18 and two on August 19, 2020).
Today Governor Cuomo announced that schools across the state are permitted to open in September. We will be moving forward with the hybrid model outlined in our initial reopening plan. More information will be communicated next week.
A letter from Superintendent Wetherbee regarding the reopening plan for the 2020-21 school year.
Our three reopening committees continue to meet regularly and develop plans to safely reopen our schools based on guidance issued by the NYS Education Department last week. We will communicate the finalized reopening plans to our families, staff and school community following the decision from the state in early August.
June 22, 2020
Dear Cairo-Durham families,
When I think back on this school year, it feels like so long ago the classrooms and halls were filled with teachers and students. So much in the world has changed and our school community has had to adapt to so much. Teachers had to completely change the way they delivered instruction. Students had to adapt to new ways of learning. Parents had to become intimately involved with their child's learning, all while balancing their family's needs.
The info night presentation is now posted here. Original Post: On Wednesday, June 10 there will be a virtual information night for current fifth grade students who are moving up to sixth grade in September. Beginning at 5 p.m., there will be one session for each fifth grade class.