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FALL 2020 REOPENING PLAN

WCSD’s Reopening Plan was developed with careful consideration, adherence to guidelines, and the goal of returning students and staff to a safe learning environment. Through two districtwide surveys, we sought parent and teacher input that was also used to help the district develop plans. While districts have been instructed to prioritize efforts to return all students to in-person instruction, the WCSD  is also planning for virtual/distance learning as well as a hybrid model that combines in-person instruction and virtual  learning. Parents will always have the choice to remain in the virtual learning model.

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*** Gradual Phase-In Plan ***

At this time the plan is two fold with a phased in approach beginning September 8th. All Washingtonville students will begin school on Tuesday, September 8 in a Remote Learning environment transitioning students back in phases during the month of September. The staged plan will welcome Washingtonville students back in transitioned phases.

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Important News

The district recognizes the need to communicate with each of the various stakeholder groups. Communications with staff, families, and students are critical to the success of a safe return to school. The district will communicate with stakeholders BEFORE, DURING, and in the event of a CLOSURE utilizing multiple channels of communication

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"We appreciate your feedback and input that helped us develop our reopening plan, and we appreciate your patience as we continue to define other parts of it. It’s at times like this, when faced with an incredible obstacle, that our community’s support system shines brightly. It lets us know that we are all in this together and we are there for each other."
- Dr. Washington -