BEMUS POINT – A local high school is giving students the option to either return to in-person classes, or continue with remote learning this fall.
While Bemus Point Central School District is putting a priority on getting back to face to face learning, they are anticipating meeting the needs of students with medical concerns.
In an email to parents, Bemus Point School Superintendent Joseph Reyda asked parents who were interested in going virtual for the upcoming school year to fill out an online form.
Parents are asked to fill out the form before Friday, with a valid medical reason for wanting their child to learn remotely.
Reyda also acknowledged that the New York State Department of Education has yet to provide much guidance for the upcoming school year, and plans are subject to change.