Corning-Painted Post School District shares reopening plans just before school begins

The Corning-Painted Post School District has released their plans for students who are returning after Labor Day.

School will be five days a week, and if social distancing requirements change from three feet to six feet, they will need to go remote.

Screening checks need to be completed daily before kids arrive to school and cleaning will be happening 24 hours a day.




Masks are mandated as well.

Vaccines are not mandated but regular testing for those unvaccinated is.

If students need to quarantine they will utilize Google Classroom.

The district will hold a virtual town hall meeting about the plan Wednesday, Sept. 1 at 5:30 p.m.


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