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March 23, 2021
Dear LCBMS Students and Parents/Guardians:
I hope this letter finds you and your families well. As you know, at the February 25th Board of Education Meeting, our Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Lyons, announced that on April 6, 2021 the LCSD will begin 4-day in person instruction. He also announced that the remote model would still be an option; however, he asked that parents and guardians make a commitment to one of the two models for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. A survey was conducted and results have been tallied. Starting April 6th, we will have 957 students attending in-person instruction while 342 of our students will receive instruction remotely. For the purposes of planning and consistency, we ask parents/guardians to remain committed to their choice
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Attention: Middle School students looking to tryout for a Fall Season II high school sport (football, volleyball, girls swimming, and cheerleading). Please mark your calendars and note these very important dates regarding the Athletic Placement Process (APP).
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As you may be aware, the New York State Department of Health (NYDOH), provided updated guidance on international and domestic
travel and in-person instruction over this past weekend. Over the next 48 hours, we will be working with the Westchester County Department of Health (WDOH), our district physician, and District Reentry Team (DRT) to review this guidance and ensure that any necessary changes are implemented effectively and communicated to families, faculty, and staff.
As we have previously shared, the District, in partnership with the Westchester Department of Health, will be providing a COVID rapid testing clinic to any students or staff who wish to receive a test. Our next testing date is April 14th, as of the release of this letter, there are still testing appointments available. If you would like to make an appointment for your child (or yourself if you are a staff member). Please follow this COVID Testing Link to make an appointment.Please arrive 5 to 10 minutes early to complete your sign-in process. You can fill out the consent form in order to speed along the process.
We are excited to offer a second in a series of webinars highlighting student mental health presented by Dr. Rappleyea; this one entitled Mental Health, Covid-19 and the Impact on Children With Special Needs. Will be presented on Wednesday April 14, 2021 at 7 PM via the link shared above. You can review the recording of the first event here: Youth Mental Health During the Pandemic.
Have a good evening.
Brendan Lyons, Ed.D.