All East Greenbush Central School District elementary schools are planning to host Halloween Parades on Friday, October 29. In keeping with tradition, the parades would be held outside and parents are allowed to attend.
Schools across the country continue to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in a variety of ways. The most recent effect has been changes to school meals caused by supply chain issues in the food service industry. The Food Service Department will do its best to notify families and students ahead of time if a menu item is changed. And parents can be sure that their children will continue to receive healthy breakfast and lunch daily despite these national chain supply issues.
The East Greenbush CSD will be offering surveillance and point of care testing in schools in accordance with New York State Department of Health regulations. Parent consent is required before testing.
The East Greenbush Central School District conducted a lottery for its new Pre-K Program on Tuesday evening in the Genet Elementary School auditorium. The first 36 children drawn in the lottery are being offered spots in the new Pre-K Program. All remaining applicants will be added to a wait list.
The district’s phone service has been restored. Schools can now receive incoming phone calls. Thank you for your patience.
The East Greenbush Central School District has been informed that two students from Donald P. Sutherland Elementary School have tested positive for COVID-19. The last day in school for both students was October 1. The district has completed its contact tracing and identified 10 students who must enter mandatory quarantine at home as a precaution.