Date: February 14, 2021
Subject: COVID-19 Positive Test Result
Dear Union Springs Central School District Community:
The Union Springs Central School District received notification on February 14, 2021, of a positive COVID-19 test result for a teaching assistant at the A.J. Smith Elementary School. As a result, the teaching assistant who tested positive has been placed in mandatory isolation by the Cayuga County Health Department (CCHD). The employee was last in attendance to school on February 10, 2021.
The CCHD will work with the school to investigate the situation and determine who may have had contact with the confirmed positive case. The school district is assisting the health department in the contact tracing process by providing the names, addresses, and phone numbers of any person who may have had contact. Based on this information, it will be determined as to which individuals need to be placed in to mandatory quarantine. The Cayuga County Health Department will communicate with those individuals directly. The Union Springs Central School District will continue to communicate with state and local health departments. Please continue to follow public health guidelines during this winter recess so that we can continue with in-person instruction.
MS/HS A/B DAY MONTHLY CALENDAR
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Monday, 2/22: Pre-K A Group, K-5, 6-12, B Group
Tuesday, 2/23: Pre-K A Group, K-5, 6-12 AGroup
Wednesday, 2/24: No Pre-K, K-5, 6-12, B Group
Thursday, 2/25: Pre-K B Group, K-5, 6-12, A Group
Friday, 2/26: Pre-K B Group, K-5, 6-12 B Group
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At this time, any new elementary entrants to our district will be assigned to remote learning until space opens for additional in-person classroom instruction. The secondary grades have very few in-person spaces available, and new entrants may be assigned to remote learning as well. We have tried our best to meet everyone's requests for both in-person and remote learning, but we simply do not have the flexibility to keep up with an influx of new students who are now requesting in-person instruction.