Recent Updates

Parent/Guardian Voluntary Informational Meetings to Discuss the Reopening of the Keshequa Central School District


Governor Andrew Cuomo hosted a conference call and provided updates on New York State’s COVID-19 response.  The call was conducted on August 7, 2020 at 11:30 AM.  During the phone call, Governor Cuomo stated:

Schools are authorized to reopen.
The state will continue to monitor infection rates.
The New York State Department of Health and New York State Education Department will approve reopening plans.
Districts must perform the following additional tasks:
Post specific components of reopening plans:
COVID-19 Testing Protocols
Contact Tracing Protocols
Remote Learning
Advertise for and conduct three (3) meetings with parents/guardians between now and August 21, 2020.
Conduct one (1) meeting with teachers between now and August 21, 2020.
The District has scheduled three (3) informational meetings for its parents/guardians.  The meetings will be in-person in the Senior High School Auditorium and are scheduled for:

August 12, 2020 -10:00 AM
August 12, 2020 - 5:00 PM
August 17, 2020 - 10:00 AM


Please complete the following registration form if you would like to attend a voluntary parent/guardian meeting. **Each individual attending the meeting must complete his/her own registration form and will wear a face covering.** 

 Registration form

 

The Keshequa Central School District Reopening Plan 2020 is now available.

The plan may be accessed by clicking the link below or you will also find it under the Keshequa Reopening 2020 Tab located in the Student, Parent, and Community Resources section of our website headers.  
 

Reopening Plan 2020

Covid-19 Testing Protocols

Covid-19 Contract Tracing Protocols

 

In an effort to provide a place where families and community members can continue to share questions, ideas, or concerns with us about how best to reopen school to students and staff this year, the District has created a “Thought Share" form that can be accessed using the link below.

ThoughtShare Link