The Greene County Department of Health announced that the county positivity rate must be below 4% in order for schools to participate in high-risk winter sports (basketball, competitive cheerleading, and volleyball).
Cairo-Durham Central School District will be on a two hour delay today 1/27/21 due to the current weather conditions. There is no AM Pre-K or BOCES. Thank you.
The District was informed that three remote high school students and a middle school student tested positive for COVID-19. There is no impact on the in-person learning environment.
Join us for a free virtual seminar to help support K-5 remote parents and their child's learning. The date is Thursday, January 28, 2021 with two online sessions at 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Varsity soccer player Hannah Esslie received the honor of being named to the girls soccer all-state team for the 2020 Fall I season.
Today the District was informed that a bus driver tested positive for COVID-19. After completing the contact tracing, it was determined that there is no impact on the in-person learning environment and classes may continue as planned.
The District was notified of two elementary students who tested positive for COVID-19. Due to staff shortages resulting from precautionary quarantines, Pre-K through Grade 5 must pivot to remote instruction starting on Tuesday, January 19th through the end of the week (Monday is a holiday).