Road map to reopen spencerport c s d

June 1: Revised Reopening Plan (9-12) submitted to NYS



April 30: Revised Reopening Plan (6-8) submitted to NYS


April 7: Revised Reopening Plan submitted to NYS



April 5 update: 6-12 return to 4 days, beginning April 19

Spencerport Central School District is pleased to share that we have made the decision to return them to in-person instruction, 4 days a week beginning Monday, April 19.

Our district, like many others, has been seeking medical guidance on how to safely return students to school for more in person learning opportunities. To that end, there have been numerous advocacy efforts made both individually and collectively seeking updated guidelines from New York State Governor Cuomo and Health Department Commissioner Zucker which have resulted in no response.

Given that this is the case, we determined that in order to return students in grades 6-12 we would need to add additional physical barriers where we are unable to maintain 6 feet of social distancing between students. This meets the NYSDOH guidance, and therefore is what we now plan to do. During the next two weeks we are moving furniture, securing more barriers and installing them, and finalizing bus routes.

This is an aggressive timeline, but we are optimistic we will be ready for our 6-12 students on April 19. We will be hosting a virtual parent forum for our 6-12 families at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 14, to provide an update on our plans and answer any questions. We will post a link on our website as we get closer to that date.

We want there to be no question that our goal from the very beginning of this pandemic has been to find ways to return students to in-person learning, and we are following existing NYS reopening guidance.

We look forward to the return of our students to 4 days a week, K-5 on April 12, and 6-12 on April 19. 




Beginning on Monday, April 12, 2021, Spencerport will transition to four days (M/T/Th/F) of in-person instruction at the K-5 level. Parents will have the choice to participate in remote of this revised hybrid model.

To maintain social distancing, additional pods will be created in every school for grade levels that require more groups. Intervention specialists and/or teaching assistants will assist these pods and will work with members of the grade level team to deliver and support instruction. Grade levels will have the autonomy to design the instructional approach and students will participate in a station rotation model throughout the school day.






Aug. 14 Monroe County guidance on NYS requirements

Spencerport Reopening Plan submitted to New York State Education Department on July 31,2020.

Superintendent's Message on Reopening Plans

Information on Hybrid and Remote Learning Options

Amended 2020-21 School Calendar (pending Board approval)


Instruction Model: Options for our Families, PDF flyer

Schools:

Bernabi Elementary School
Principal David Caiazza

Canal View Elementary School
Principal Denise Lemcke

Munn Elementary School
Principal Michael Canny

Taylor Elementary School
Principal Telcie Pincelli

Cosgrove Middle School
Principal Jim Centola

Spencerport High School
Principal Sean McCabe