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List of Rochester-area school districts' plans for reopening

List of Rochester-area school districts' plans for reopening

WHECTV
Updated: September 08, 2020 10:27 AM
Created: July 20, 2020 12:09 PM

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Many students, families, teachers, and staff in the Rochester area are still wondering about what learning will look like in the fall. 

All school districts in New York can reopen in September, since all regions met certain COVID-19 thresholds.

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Here’s a list, organized by county, of reopening plans. News10NBC will update this list as school districts release information.

MONROE COUNTY

Public Schools

  • Academy of Health Sciences Charter School: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Using a hybrid model.
  • Brighton: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Hybrid learning model for grades K-12.
  • Brockport: First day of school will be Sept. 10 for Cohorts 1, 3 and 4; Sept. 11 for Cohort 2. Hybrid learning model. Parents can opt-in to remote-only learning.
  • Churchville-ChiliFirst day of school will be Sept. 10. Families offered a choice between a hybrid model and full-time remote learning.
  • Discovery Charter School: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Will start the year with remote learning, then reassess in October. 
  • East Irondequoit: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Submitted plans for 100% in-person instruction for grades Pre-K-5, hybrid model for grades 6-12 and distance learning.
  • East Rochester: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Implementing a hybrid model; allowing parents to opt-in to all-remote or homeschool their students.
  • Eugenio María de Hostos Charter School: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Elementary school students will attend school in person, middle and high school students will learn under a hybrid model.
  • Exploration Elementary Charter School for Science & Technology: First day of school will be Sept. 9. All students will learn remotely.
  • Fairport: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Implementing a hybrid instruction model. Families also have the choice of full-time remote learning.
  • Gates ChiliFirst day of school for students will be Sept. 14. Implementing a hybrid instruction model; all students will learn remotely on Wednesdays.
  • Genesee Community Charter School: First day of school will be Sept. 4 for grades 1-6; Sept. 9 for kindergarten. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Greece: Remote learning for all students will start Sep. 10 and 11. First day of in-person learning for Groups 1 and 3 will be Sept. 14; Group 2 will start in-person learning Sept. 15.
  • Hilton: First day of school will be Sept. 11. Implementing a hybrid instruction model. Students identified as high-needs students will receive in-person instruction four days a week.
  • Honeoye Falls-Lima: First day of school will be Sept. 8. Grades K-6 will learn in person five days a week. Grades 7-12 will alternate in person learning with remote learning every other week.
  • Penfield: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Pittsford: First day of school for students will be Sept. 8. Offering three temporary learning models - in-person model for grades K-5; hybrid model for grades 6-12; remote learning for grades K-12. 
  • Renaissance Academy Charter School of the Arts: First day of school will be Aug. 31. Remote learning through September, then school officials will reassess. 
  • Rochester Academy Charter School: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Rochester City School District: First day of school will be Sept.14. Only remote learning will be offered for the first 10 weeks, then the district will reevaluate. 
  • Rochester Prep Charter School: First day of school will be Aug. 31. Remote learning through Oct. 2, then school officials will reassess.
  • Rochester School for the Deaf: First day of school is Sept. 14. Students will learn remotely on Mondays and Fridays while in-person learning will take place Tuesday through Thursday.
  • Rush-Henrietta: First day of school will be Sept. 8. Students in grades K-12 will be placed into one of four groups, three of which are hybrid models and one is 100% virtual learning.
  • SpencerportFirst day of school will be Sept. 14. Students in grades K-12 will be placed into one of four groups, three of which are hybrid models and one is 100% virtual learning.
  • University Preparatory Charter School for Young Men: First day of school will be Sept. 14. Remote learning through Nov. 16. 
  • Urban Choice Charter SchoolFirst day of school will be Sept. 9. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Vertus Charter School: First day of school will be Sept. 3. Implementing a hybrid instruction model. 
  • Webster: First day of school will be Sept. 10. K-5 will attend in-person every day for a half-day schedule, and grades 6-12 will follow a hybrid learning model. 
  • West Irondequoit: First day of school will be Sept. 10. In-person learning four days a week for grades K-6, and in-person learning two days a week for grades 7-12.
  • Wheatland-Chili: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Submitted in-person, hybrid, and remote learning plans to the state for approval.
  • Young Women’s College Prep Charter School: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.

Private Schools 

  • Allendale ColumbiaFirst day of school will be Sept. 8. Submitted plans for in-person instruction, hybrid model and 100% remote learning.
  • Aquinas Institute: First day of school will be Sept. 14. Submitted plans for in-person instruction and hybrid model; offering distance learning option.
  • Bishop KearneyFirst day of school will be Sept. 9. Submitted plans for in-person instruction, hybrid model and 100% remote learning.
  • Charles Finney: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Submitted plans for in-person instruction, hybrid model and 100% remote learning.
  • Harley School: First day of school will be Sept. 8. Submitted plans for in-person instruction, hybrid model and 100% remote learning.
  • Our Lady of MercyFirst day of school will be Sept. 8. Middle school students will attend Mery East in-person five days a week.   
  • Mary Cariola Center: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Students will be divided into three cohort groups, class sizes split in half to meet social distancing requirements.
  • McQuaid Jesuit: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Submitted plans for in-person instruction, hybrid model and 100% remote learning.

Click here for a list of other private schools in Monroe County.

GENESEE COUNTY

  • Alexander: First day of school will be Sept. 14. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Batavia: First day of will be Sept. 9. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Byron-Bergen: First day of school will be Sept. 14. Grades Pre-K-5 will be in-person five days a week. Grades 6-12 will learn under a hybrid model.
  • Elba: First day of school will be Sept. 8. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Le Roy: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Oakfield-Alabama: First day of school will be Sept. 11. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Pavilion: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Pembroke: First day of school will be Sept. 14. Parents can choose from remote learning or in-person classes.

LIVINGSTON COUNTY

  • Avon: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Grades K-6 will attend school in-person five days a week. Grades 7-12 will learn under a hybrid model. 
  • Caledonia-Mumford: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Grades K-6 will attend school in-person five days a week. Grades 7-12 will learn under a hybrid model. 
  • Dansville: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Grades Pre-K-12 will learn under a hybrid model. 
  • Geneseo Central: First day of school will be Sept. 10. The district has released plans for both hybrid and 100% distance learning classes. For hybrid learning, students would be in school two days a week and online for the other three. 
  • Keshequa: First day of school will be Sept. 8. Implementing a hybrid instruction model.
  • Livonia: First day of school will be Sept. 14. Families offered a choice between in-person and virtual learning.
  • Mt. Morris: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Submitted in-person, hybrid, and remote learning plans. 
  • York: First day of school will be Sept. 14. PreK-4 will attend school in person five days a week. Grades 5-12 will learn under a hybrid model.

ONTARIO COUNTY

  • Canandaigua: First day of school will be Sept. 11. They won't be starting at the school until Sept. 14. Implementing hybrid learning model through January 2021.
  • Bloomfield: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Parents can choose between in-person learning, hybrid learning, or homeschooling.
  • Geneva: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Grades K-5 will attend school in-person five days a week. Grades 6-12 will learn under a hybrid model.
  • Honeoye: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Grades K-5 will attend school in person five days a week full time. Grades 6-12 will learn under a hybrid model.
  • Manchester-Shortsville: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Grades UPK-8 will learn under a hybrid model. Grades 9-12 will start the year remotely.
  • Marcus Whitman: First day of school will be Sept. 9. In-person, hybrid or virtual model based on grade.
  • Naples: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Submitted various plans to the state.
  • Phelps-Clifton SpringsFirst day of school will be Sept. 14. Implementing hybrid learning model.
  • Victor: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Implementing hybrid learning model.

ORLEANS COUNTY

  • Albion: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Implementing hybrid learning model.
  • Holley: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Implementing hybrid learning model.
  • Kendall: First day of school will be Sept. 8. Offering in person instruction and virtual. 
  • LyndonvilleFirst day of school will be Sept. 10. All students will learn in person five days a week. 
  • Medina: First day of school will be Sept. 14. Grades PreK-6 will attend school in person five days a week. Grades 7-12 will learn under hybrid learning model.

WAYNE COUNTY

  • Clyde-Savannah: First day of school will be Sept. 8.
  • GanandaFirst day of school will be Sept. 9. Four instructional models. 
  • Lyons: First day of school will be Sept. 8. Implementing hybrid learning model.
  • Marion: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Grades K-12 will be divided into morning and afternoon groups to attend school five days a week in person for 2 1/2 hours.
  • Newark: First day of school will be Sept. 8.
  • North Rose-WolcottImplementing hybrid learning model.
  • Palmyra-Macedon: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Two programming levels — in-person or remote.
  • Red CreekAll students will start school, either in-person or remote, Sept. 14. Over the next two weeks, all grades will return to full in-person learning five days a week, except for grades 7-12, which will be rotating.
  • Sodus: First day of school will be Sept. 9.
  • Wayne Central: First day of school will be Sept. 8. Starting the year using a hybrid model. 
  • WilliamsonFirst day of school will be Sept. 10. Implementing hybrid learning model.

WYOMING COUNTY

  • Attica: Implementing hybrid learning model.
  • Letchworth: First day of school will be Sept. 10. Offering in-person and remote instruction.
  • Perry: First day of school will be Sept. 8. Students will attend school in person five days a week.
  • Warsaw: First day of school will be Sept. 9. All grades will attend school in person four days a week and learn remotely on Wednesdays.
  • Wyoming: First day of school will be Sept. 9. Offering in-person, hybrid and remote learning.

YATES COUNTY

  • DundeeFirst day of school will be Sept. 8. 
  • Penn YanWill follow the hybrid model for Sept. 8 through Sept. 18. Starting Sept. 21, students will return to a traditional school model.


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