Saugerties Superintendent of Colleges Kirk Reinhardt introduced on Monday in a letter to folks that the junior and senior prime colleges can be pivoting to a 100% far flung studying platform for the rest of the varsity week (January 11-14) because of COVID-19 demanding situations. “The newest surge has been a problem to our scholars and college at the junior and senior highschool campuses,” stated Reinhardt in his letter. “Our function is to all the time give you the most secure and most powerful instructional atmosphere to our scholars. The verdict is being made according to staffing boundaries and having the ability to safely care for programming. We’re very assured in our far flung studying platform for our scholars. We can proceed to observe the knowledge and make changes as wanted. Our basic colleges will proceed with in-person studying.”
Reinhardt stated the function is to go back to in-person studying on Tuesday, January 18, after the Martin Luther King, Jr. vacation. Scholars are steered to achieve out to their coaches and advisors for steerage on extra-curricular actions.