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April 3, 2020
Dear Members of the Community,
Please be advised that we have been instructed by Schuyler County to prohibit gatherings of adults or students on our school campus. Some examples given were to prohibit pick-up basketball games, groups of children on playground equipment etc. It was suggested we shut our campus down completely, but we’d like to allow a community member to walk on the track or a parent and child to use the playground as long as we possibly can. We ask that anyone who is on the school campus needs to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Thank you for your understanding and
cooperation. Stay safe and healthy everyone.
Bradford Central School District
Can you help? As we are continuing to strive to meet the needs of our students, the district is interested in re-assessing the current availability of high-speed internet within the community. If you have students that currently attend the district, we would appreciate your assistance in completing this brief, 3 question survey: https://brdfrd.com/2R3b9BE. All responses are confidential and will only be used by designated district staff.view image
March 27, 2020
Dear BCS Families,
I wanted to share with you that today we received notification from Governor Cuomo that he is extending the statewide school closure date through April 14th. As of now we are anticipating returning to school on April 15th. This date will likely be re-evaluated as it draws near based upon the conditions surrounding COVID-19 across New York State and our region. Thank you for your continued efforts to help limit the spread of this virus and for your support of our District and community.
Yours in education,
John R. Marshall