LIVERPOOL, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The Liverpool Central School District announced Friday it would resume in-person classes for all grade levels when students return from spring break on April 5.
In a letter to parents, Superintendent Dr. Mark Potter said students in the A,B, and C cohorts will return to the classroom five days a week. Students in the D cohort will continue to learn remotely and will do so for the remainder of the school year.
“As per previous e-mails, guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and the Onondaga County Health Department recently were modified to reduce student social distancing from six feet to three feet in the classroom as long as everyone wears a mask,” Potter said. “While barriers were originally included in the county’s guidance, that has since changed.”
The superintendent says that the district will use barriers it already purchased in cafeterias and for students with extenuating circumstances.