On today’s Meet Cortland County segment:
Homer schools superintendent Tom Turck elaborated on the district’s Fall reopening plans. A full-length document can be viewed at this link.
Among the highlights: A 100% return to in-person learning.
Virtual tutoring remains available for students in quarantine. However, the amount who need to isolate after a positive case is also reduced. Vaccinated students/staff without symptoms don’t need to do so.
Additionally, daily self-screening and temperature checks are no longer mandatory.
Face masks don’t need to be worn outdoors — regardless of vaccination status — but must be on at all times indoors.
Same-day voluntary testing for those with symptoms is available through a partnership with the county and OCM BOCES.
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