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Dear BCS Parents/Guardians,
If your student is out on quarantine you MUST forward their release to our school nurse, Mrs. Miller, before they can return to school. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also have the testing site/medical provider fax a copy of your release to (607) 583-2305. Mrs Miller will respond to let you know they are cleared to return. If you do not hear from her, your student should remain home tomorrow until their clearance is confirmed.
Bradford Central School District
“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of a true education.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
Please remember there is no school on Monday, January 18th due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Thank you.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, January 13th has been rescheduled to be a full-day of school. Thank you.
Dear BCS Community,
I have several updates to share today.
This coming Wednesday, January 13th will again be a full-day of school for students. We had thought our staff was going to be able to be vaccinated on this day, however, these plans with the Schuyler County Public Health Agency fell through due to scheduling and distribution issues. We are working towards scheduling another day for BCS staff to get vaccinated in the not too distant future. If and when this can be scheduled we will do our best to give families and students as much notice as possible.
Today we found out we had a school employee and a student test positive for COVID-19. Thankfully the numbers of people effected by this is minimal. We have contacted all impacted families.
I know these messages can be disappointing at times, but we continue to take all of the precautions we can to keeps students and staff safe and our doors open. Thank you for your support and understanding.