Today is the deadline for schools across NY to submit their reopening plans to the state.
Some of the latest plans released in CNY:
North Syracuse Central Schools are looking to split students into groups. Elementary and middle school students will be split into 2 groups, meeting twice a week in person, while high school students will be split into 4 groups, meeting once a week in person.
Baldwinsville Central Schools are offering an option of either hybrid learning or remote learning for their students. They're also proposing a rotating 3-day in person plan for those who choose the hybrid option.
Fulton City Schools plan to implement hybrid learning, with Monday being a remote learning day for the whole district. High school students will meet in person once a week.
And the West Genesee Central School District is giving parents of elementary students the choice of all in person or all online learning. For middle school students, grades 5 and 6 will meet in person twice a week at West Genesee Middle School, while grades 7 and 8 will meet at Camillus Middle School twice a week.