Kendall says state wrongly lists district among those that didn’t submit reopening plans
District sets 3 public sessions to discuss new school year
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday listed Kendall as being among 107 school districts that haven’t submitted a reopening plan to the State Education Department and the State Department of Health. The plans needed to be filed no later than July 31.
Julie Christensen, the Kendall district superintendent, said the state list isn’t correct because Kendall submitted its reopening plan to Department of Health on July 30 and with SED on July 31.
The plan was also posted on the school district website on July 30.
“The district has contacted the state regarding the discrepancy,” the school district said in a statement on Monday.
Cuomo said the districts identified as not submitting their plans have until Friday to submit the reopening document or else they can’t reopen for in-person schooling this fall.
The governor on Monday also reminded districts they must complete the three to five public sessions with parents and teachers and post their plans for remote learning, testing and tracing on their website by Aug. 21 to be in compliance with standards established by the State.
Kendall has three community forums set for this month. They will be conducted through Zoom video conferencing.
The dates and times of the forums are:
- August 14 at 10 a.m.
- August 19 at 4 p.m.
- August 20 at 6 p.m.
Please email Superintendent Julie Christensen (email@example.com) with any questions you have in advance of the forums so she can research the answers and present this information during the forums.
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