Here are some basics about back to school to keep you up to date with students returning to school:
Mayor Bill de Blasio said there will be a gradual reopening that will occur in levels over the next two weeks.
– On Monday, September 21, 3-K, pre-kindergarten and preschool education sites will open, including District 75 for Special Education.
– Tuesday, September 29, K-5 and K-8 schools will reopen.
– Thursday, October 1, middle and high schools, high schools, transfers / schools for adults will reopen.
The mayor of Blasio also announced that the city is adding 2,500 more educators. Last week, the city added 2,000 more teachers for an immediate total of 4,500 more teachers.
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For complete information on the city’s school reopening plan, you can visit the New York City Department of Education website.
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