Students are returning to school this fall, in-person, for five days a week.
What does this mean for students with a medical exemption?
Students from different districts with medical exemptions will probably be participating together in an OCM BOCES course.
Dr. Mark Potter, the Liverpool Superintendent, said they just can’t offer online learning the same way they did last year.
He hopes to provide localized remote learning for the secondary school though.
OCM BOCES is working to hire more staff before school starts, though they’re unsure of how many students will exactly be joining.
Students participating in this program will be leaving their district classrooms for the year.
Any student participating in the program is asked to commit to the entire school year.
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