Distance Learning Will Continue
Today the Governor announced that we will continue with distance learning for the remainder of the academic year. This means that we will continue our patterns of communication, printed work, and online work.
Earlier this week, Board of Regents Chancellor Betty A. Rosa and State Education Department Interim Commissioner Shannon Tahoe announced the formation of a statewide task force that will guide the reopening of our schools. Here, in Cortland, we’ll use the Task Force advice to form our reentry planning. As usual, we’ll use special messages like these to communicate with you as to what that will look like and how it will affect our families and staff.
The Distance Learning Portal will continue to function as the primary communication point. In addition to instructional material, resources related to mental health and well-being are included on the portal. In this
you will find resources for parents, students, and staff. This time of change and uncertainty has been tough on all of us. It’s important that we take care of ourselves as we also take care of each other.
If you have printed materials to return, they can be placed in any of the purple newspaper vending boxes located at schools and food distribution sites. Please make sure that all work has your name, grade, and teacher’s name on it. Ideally, the work can be returned in the envelope in which it came.