View all 2020 Reopening information here.
Email sent via SchoolMessenger to SOCSD families on August 9, 2020 Thanks to all who have submitted questions to [email protected] for our upcoming parent information webinars regarding our 2020 Reopening Plan. In order to cover the breadth of questions submitted,: Read More: Reopening Parent Information Sessions
Sent community-wide via SchoolMessenger in the weekly SOCSD Summer Update e-blast on August 7, 2020. This morning, Governor Cuomo announced additional steps school districts must take within the next two weeks as part of their reopening planning process. By August 14,: Read More: SOCSD Summer Update (8/7/20)
Email sent via SchoolMessenger to SOCSD families on August 5, 2020 Dear South Orangetown Central School District Families, The Transportation Office is busy working on bus routing and logistics for reopening in September. View the Transportation At-A-Glance webpage.: Read More: Transportation Request Form for 2020-21
Email sent via SchoolMessenger to SOCSD families on August 4, 2020 Dear South Orangetown Families, The District submitted its 2020 School Reopening Plan to the New York State Education Department last Friday and posted the plan, along with an At-A-Glance and FAQ, on: Read More: 2020 Reopening Parent Survey
The South Orangetown Central School District submitted its 2020 School Reopening Plan to the New York State Education Department (NYSED) today. The plan is aligned with NYSED and New York State Department of Health guidelines (linked under Resources), which were: Read More: Reopening Plan Submitted to NYSED
Thirty-five rising first- and second-grade multilingual learners are participating in a two-week learning camp this month. “Our goals are to help our students maintain their school and social connections, maintain their language repertoire, participate in literacy: Read More: WOS Summer Program Supports Multilingual Learners
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