2/4/2021: From the Madison County Health Dept:
Updated PreK-12 Toolkit with all changes highlighted. These changes apply to all in-person or hybrid students, faculty and staff:
o All quarantine and isolation requirements have been reduced from 14 days to 10 days
o Release from isolation is now based on a 10 day isolation and resolution of symptoms OR release from isolation by the local health department
o The travel advisory screening question reduces the look-back from the past 14 days to the past 10 days
o The travel advisory screening language was changed to a level 2 or higher country and non-contiguous states
o The travel advisory algorithm reduces the mandatory quarantine from 14 days to 10 days and adds the test-out option for travelers
9/23/2020 https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory *Anyone traveling to a high-risk state has to be quarantined for 14 days per the State and county health departments. Please contact your child(ren)’s teachers to discuss virtual learning options until they are able to return to school.
8/25/2020 Additional guidance documents
7/30/2020 Dear Parents,
Our school is working on a return to school learning plan to be submitted and approved by the Department of Health and State Education Department. It will be uploaded here as soon as it is approved. Becasue of our small class sizes and large classrooms, we have enough space to go back to in-person instruction 5 days a week as of September. Our first priority is the health, safety, and wellness of our students and staff, so we have provided a plan that follows current recommendations, and hope to to provide more information here in the coming days. Thank you for your continued support of our school. We will get through this together! Keep praying for our school!
Kristin Healt, Principal
ARCHIVED MESSAGES FROM 3/2020-6/2020
During this current health crisis you may be considered an essential employee who is still required to work. Child care placement is available to personnel who provide essential services, supplies, or support during this time.
If you believe that you may qualify, please call the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison Child Care Resource Center at 315-223-7850 extension 222. You may also complete this parent need for child care survey. Based on the information you provide about your job, employer, number of children, and financial need, assistance may be provided.
Thank you to all essential personnel who continue to protect and support our community. Please be safe, and whenever possible, stay at home.
UPDATE!!! Oneida City schools and St. Patrick’s School are closed through, and including May 15, 2020.
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