Updated: July 30, 2020 05:09 PM
Created: July 30, 2020 08:45 AM
PITTSFORD, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Pittsford Central School District released its reopening plan sent to the state.
District officials announced three temporary learning models: a socially distanced in-person model for grades K-5, a hybrid model for grades 6-12, and remote learning for grades K-12.
All elementary students, grades K-5, will attend school every day, Monday through Friday, each week. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday will be a full day. Wednesday will be an early dismissal day.
Using the hybrid model, some students will learn remotely, and others will learn at school on certain days. All students will learn from home on Wednesdays.
If students cannot learn in-person, teachers will provide instruction via remote learning for grades K-12.
All districts need to submit their plans to the New York State Department of Education by July 31. Gov. Andrew Cuomo will announce a decision next week on whether school districts will reopen in the fall.
Click here to learn more about Pittsford's reopening plan.
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