21-22 School Reopening & COVID-19 Information/Updates
Updated: January 25, 2022
Self Report a COVID-19 Case to the District (Added January 10, 2022)
Lansingburgh CSD families and faculty/staff can self-report a positive COVID-19 case to the district using the appropriate online form below.
Self Report a Lansingburgh Student COVID-19 Case: https://forms.gle/W3VZJfwd7SheaTFg7
Self Report a Lansingburgh Faculty/Staff COVID-19 Case: https://forms.gle/Hfs6ypc4zfAkopzN8
21-22 LANSINGBURGH REOPENING & COVID-19 NEWS
This section is a centralized location for all recent and past 21-22 Lansingburgh reopening & COVID-19 news. News items will be archived here.
- January 25, 2022: NYS Mask Mandate Remains In Effect
- January 24, 2022: Superintendent Memo: Nassau County Decision on Mask Mandate
- January 20, 2022: Chart & FAQ of COVID-19 Protocol Updates as of Jan. 20
- January 19, 2022: Free Home COVID-19 Tests Now Available to Order
- January 12, 2022: Positive Case Notification
- January 11, 2022: Changes to Student/Staff Isolation & Quarantine Protocols
- January 10, 2022: How to Self Report a COVID-19 Case to the District
COVID-19 MITIGATION PROTOCOLS & REOPENING PLAN FOR 21-22
In-School COVID-19 Testing for Students (Added December 1, 2021)
You can give consent for in-school COVID-19 testing on Lansingburgh’s FamilyID page here: https://www.familyid.com/programs/covid-19-parental-testing-consent-form-2021-22
Lansingburgh is required by the New York State Department of Health to test unvaccinated staff and offer to test unvaccinated students whose parents or guardians consent to weekly testing. Only students whose parents/guardians have provided consent to the school will be tested.
General surveillance testing will be used to detect asymptomatic COVID-19 infections in unvaccinated students and staff using a non-invasive rapid antigen test. To see a video demonstration of a test being administered, click this link: https://youtu.be/AvFLbHbt1bs.
Guidance for Students Who Feel Sick After COVID-19 Vaccination (Added November 22, 2021)
With all school-age children (ages 5-18) now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, please refer to this flowchart to determine if your child can return to school if they feel sick/are symptomatic after being vaccinated.
2021-2022 Reopening Plan
The full Lansingburgh Reopening Plan for 2021-2022 is here. As with last year, protocols will likely be adjusted accordingly through the school year in response to COVID-19 community transmission and any updated guidance from local and state departments of health.
INSTRUCTION FOR QUARANTINED STUDENTS DURING 2021-2022
The district has plans to continue instruction for quarantined students during the 2021-2022 school year. Those plans can be found here.
DISTRICT PLAN FOR FEDERAL STIMULUS FUNDS
After opening them up for a period of public comment, Lansingburgh Central School District has created a final proposed spending plan for the federal stimulus funds it is anticipated to receive from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) and the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA). It is anticipated the district will receive $7,254,293 and $2,641,818 from them, respectively.
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