Monroe County School Districts Release Guidelines For 2020-2021 School Year

August 3, 2020

Governor Andrew Cuomo expected to make a decision any day now on the reopening and requirements for schools in New York state.

If you go to the podcast section on wdkx.com you can hear the town hall meeting with Rochester mayor lovely Warren and Rochester city school district superintendent Leslie Meyers-Smalls talkin about the reopening for the RCSD 2020-2021 school year.
For the most part all schools in Monroe County release basic guidelines on what they plan on doing for the new school year.

Public Schools

  • Brighton: Hybrid learning model for grades K-12 with students learning in person two days a week and remotely three days a week.

  • Brockport: Hybrid learning model with some students attending school in-person Monday and Thursday, others Tuesday and Friday. Parents can opt-in to remote-only learning.

  • Churchville-Chili: Families offered a choice between a hybrid model and full-time remote learning.

  • East Irondequoit: The first day of school will be Sept. 10.

  • East Rochester: N/A

  • Fairport: Students will be split into two groups and will learn in person two days a week and remotely three days a week. Families also have the choice of full-time remote learning.

  • Gates Chili: Will implement a hybrid instruction model; all students will learn remotely on Wednesdays under this model. The first day of school for students will be Sept. 14. Superintendent’s Conference Days will be Sept. 8-11.

  • Greece: Parents/guardians filled out a survey that outlined two models of hybrid learning schedules incorporating online and in-person learning.

  • Hilton: Students will be assigned to one of two groups and will learn in person two days a week and remotely three days a week. Students identified as high-needs students will receive in-person instruction four days a week.

  • Honeoye Falls-Lima: Grades K-6 will be in-person five days a week following a typical school calendar with normal start and end times. Grades 7-12 will be divided into groups by last name alphabetically and alternate in-person learning with remote learning every other week.

  • Penfield: Students will receive in-person instruction two days per week, remote instruction three days per week, and virtual check-in opportunities on days scheduled for remote learning.

  • Pittsford: Released three temporary learning models – socially distanced in-person model for grades K-5; hybrid model for grades 6-12; remote learning for grades K-12. The first day of school for students will be Sept. 8. The first day for staff will be Aug. 31.

  • Rochester City School District: Pre K-4, K-6 special classes and K-12 specialized programs will learn in a hybrid model; grades 5-12 will learn remotely.

  • Rush-Henrietta: 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.

  • Spencerport: 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.

  • Webster: Grades 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: 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: Submitted in-person, hybrid, and remote learning plans to the state for approval.

https://www.whec.com/news/list-of-rochester-area-school-district-plans-for-reopening/5800199/?cat=565

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