Jamestown Schools Expanding In-Person Learning To Fridays For Some Students

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JAMESTOWN – Jamestown Public Schools is expanding its in-person learning to Fridays for some students.








School officials announced on Monday students who currently attend in-person classes will now also attend class in-person on Fridays starting on October 23.

This includes Elementary students who currently attend either morning or afternoon, students in grades 5-9 who attend only Mondays and Wednesdays, students in grades 5-9 who attend only Tuesdays and Thursdays, and students in all grades who currently attend full days Monday through Thursday for specialized instruction.









School leaders say buildings will continue to be cleaned throughout the day, including between elementary sessions, and disinfected nightly per CDC guidelines.

Bus transportation will continue to be provided for students who require it, including Fridays.















Students who currently only attend by distance learning will continue learning at home on their current schedule.

The district is asking the community to review its safety plan online at JPSNY.org/SafteyPlan.

 

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