21-22 School Reopening & COVID-19 Information/Updates

  • Updated: September 15, 2021

    The information on this page pertains specifically to the 2021-2022 school year. For reopening and COVID-19 updates from the 2020-2021 school year, please visit the 2020-2021 Reopening News & Updates page.

    More reopening and COVID-19 information/updates about the 2021-2022 Lansingburgh school year will be available on this page as it becomes available. 


    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. After one month, news items will be archived here.


    COVID-19 MITIGATION PROTOCOLS & REOPENING PLAN FOR 21-22

    See the memo from Dr. Abitabile here for a list of the COVID-19 protocols that will be in place at the start of the 2021-2022 school year and until further notice. Depending on the level of community COVID-19 transmission in the coming weeks/months, protocols may be subject to change over time. If COVID-19 protocols change we will let families and staff know with as much notice as possible. 

    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.

    Protocol If Students Exhibit COVID-19 Symptoms at School

    Lansingburgh will be following this flowchart from the Centers for Disease Control to determine procedures when a student is exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms while at school or if a positive case is reported at school. This flowchart was emailed directly to Lansingburgh families on the first day of classes (September 7). 


    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. 

    Both these proposed plans are available to view below: