Reopening News & Updates
NYSDOH has permitted districts to revise COVID protocols for Summer 2021 students & staff. These revised protocols ONLY apply to summer students & staff.
View Lansingburgh's plans for use of ARP & CRRSAA federal stimulus funds.
2021 Graduation is scheduled for June 25 and has moved back to its original location in the LHS Gym.
Please the memo from Dr. Abitabile with updated face mask guidance for Monday, June 7.
Frontline Health Portal
Families with students attending school in-person must use the Frontline Health Portal every school day to screen them for COVID-19 symptoms before coming into school.
Click here for more about the Frontline Health Portal, including how to log in and activate your account.
Family Technology Support & Remote Learning Resources
NY Dept. of Health Pre-K to Grade 12 COVID-19 Toolkit (Updated: February 2021)
Among its many resources, this guidance document from NYSDOH provides flowcharts for families and staff to consult when determining A) When to Stay Home from School B) When to Return to School. View the most up-to-date NYSDOH COVID-19 Toolkit here.
Student COVID-19 Testing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
It is likely at some point this school year Lansingburgh will need to begin testing a certain percentage of in-person students and staff in order to remain open for in-person instruction. View our FAQ On In-School COVID Testing if you have more questions about this process and what it entails.
Video Demonstration of Student COVID-19 Testing
Watch a short video demonstration here of the rapid, non-invasive in-school student testing process.
NYS COVID School Report Card
Click here for the link to the New York State COVID-19 School Report Card site. The district is required to make the link to this database publicly accessible for our families.
Reopening Plan for 2020-2021 School Year
Reopening Plan - (Posted: July 31, 2020)
View the complete proposed Lansingburgh 2020-2021 School Year Reopening Plan here. This document was submitted to New York State on July 31, 2020, and outlines three possible learning models.
As noted in Dr. Abitabile's July 23 memo to families the district plan allows for younger grades to follow the In-Person Learning Plan, while students in older high school grades would follow the Hybrid Learning Plan (a mix of in-person and online).
Reopening Plan Community Presentation - (Posted: August 18, 2020)
View the Lansingburgh School Reopening Plan Presentation here. This presentation was shown and streamed online at the August 17 Board of Education Workshop followed by a Community Q&A Session.
Highlighted Plan Components - (Posted: August 14, 2020)
Per Governor Cuomo's directives on August 7, we are required to highlight three particular sections of our plan and ensure they are readily accessible. Those components are COVID-19 Testing, Contact Tracing and Remote Learning. These three components of our full Reopening Plan are below: