NEW YORK STATE (WSYR-TV) — Schools are running out of time to submit their updated plans for in-person learning.
School districts have until Friday, August 14 to hand over their proposals to the State Health Department. If they do not submit a plan, they cannot open.
Earlier in the week, 107 districts still hadn’t told the state their status on getting kids back in the classroom.
They will have to make a few rules clear first:
- How students can access remote learning
- How districts plan to test possible COVID-19 cases
- How to trace back all of the people a sick students or teacher came into contact with
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