All schools will be closed for Spring Recess from Friday, April 2 through Friday, April 9.
Nearly 100 Red Mill Elementary School students participated in the Read for Ronald McDonald House Program this winter, raising $6,018 for the charity. This donation will benefit the Ronald McDonald House in Albany, which provides a free place for families to stay while their critically ill child receives treatment from local hospitals.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that domestic travelers will no longer be required to quarantine after entering New York from another U.S. State or U.S. Territory starting April 1st. Mandatory quarantine remains in effect for international travelers.
The East Greenbush Central School District continues to receive water quality testing results and now has reports for all five elementary schools. The district is waiting on results from Goff Middle School and has scheduled testing for Columbia on Thursday, April 1.
The East Greenbush Central School District has begun approving in-person activities for student clubs. Advisors now have the option to request permission for their clubs to meet in person by submitting a form with the club’s information, meeting schedule and group size.
Superintendent Simons Advocates for Change in State Social Distancing Regulations to Fully Reopen Schools
Superintendent Jeff Simons co-signed a letter with Questar III BOCES Superintendent Dr. Gladys Cruz and 21 other local superintendents on Wednesday to advocate for the NYS Department of Health to adopt the CDC’s recommendation of 3 feet of social distancing in schools. If the state made that change, the East Greenbush Central School District could fully reopen and offer all students full time in-person learning.