Yesterday the district was informed that we have a positive high school student. The student became symptomatic last Friday (April 2nd), so we must go back 48 hours (3/31 and 4/1) for contact tracing purposes. There were 9 students affected by the tracing efforts. All families have been contacted that were affected by the tracing criteria. We wish a speedy recovery to the student. Yours in service, Thomas J. Crook Superintendent
Good afternoon, This is just a friendly reminder that for the safety of our elementary students and their parents, we are asking that no cars be parked on the inside of the parent drop-off loop. It is crucial to not have our children and parents walking in front of moving vehicles to get to their car on the inside. In addition, please avoid parking in the striped zones towards the entrance of the loop. By doing this, we are allowing for 2-way traffic in and out and not creating a dangerous head-on situation. We have placed cones to indicate the areas we cannot have people parked; please do not park in between them. We thank you for your cooperation and patience.
Good afternoon, We received word from the county health department that we have a positive high school student. Our contact tracing efforts take us to Monday and Tuesday morning of this week. We have determined that we must quarantine 15 students and 1 employee. All of the affected families have been contacted. We wish this student a speedy recovery. As you have probably read, the county is starting to see its numbers creeping up slowly over the past week. I know that many of us are suffering from Covid fatigue, especially as the nicer weather approaches, but we need to make sure that we are still following the masking and distancing protocols required by the NY Dept. of Health. We are beginning to see some regulations loosened for schools and we just ask for your patience as we continue to navigate through this year. Yours in service, Thomas J. Crook Superintendent
Reminder- Thursday, April 1st is early release day. Students in the Elementary School will be dismissed starting at 11am and students in the High School will be dismissed starting at 11:25am. Parents please plan accordingly.
8th Grade Parent Night Mrs. Franclemont will be hosting an open Zoom meeting on Thursday March 25th from 6:00 – 6:30 PM to answer any questions you may have about high school. Please visit the Guidance page to learn more. Zoom link-https://zoom.us/j/98780986085
Good afternoon, We received a call from the health department today reporting a new positive elementary student. The student was last in the building on the 11th and has not been in attendance this week. Due to the timing of the symptoms, the District is not required to contact trace. We wish the student well and a speedy recovery. Yours in service, Thomas J. Crook Superintendent
Sunday March 14th is Daylight savings time. Remember to turn your clocks ahead.
Good afternoon, We were informed today that we have a positive elementary student. This student has not been in the building this week and became symptomatic over the weekend. Since we are not in session on Fridays, we were not required to do any contact tracing for this case. We wish the student a speedy recovery. Yours in service, Thomas J. Crook Superintendent
Good morning, due to updated qualifications for a quarantine, the district will be holding its Board of Education meetings in person moving forward. Tonight's meeting at 6pm will be held in the HS Auditorium. Anyone attending, please come through the front doors for temperature imaging, wear a mask, and please sit 6 seats from any other individual, in any direction. Thank you.
Good afternoon, We were informed earlier today that we have a positive high school student. This student was last in the building Monday, March 1st. Due to the time that the student was in the building, we only need to quarantine a few students from the morning bus run (2). The affected families have been contacted. Yours in service, Thomas J. Crook Superintendent
As we approach Sectionals week, in the event that CG hosts any games, there will be the usual $5 fee for Sectional spectators. Our county health regulations will not change and we will continue with 2 spectators/player for home spectators only.
Good morning, this is just a friendly reminder to all families that may have traveled out of state (other than a bordering state) for Winter Recess. State health regulations require all who traveled to quarantine for 3 days upon coming back to NY and get a Covid test on the 4th day. No staff or students should report to school until after they receive a negative Covid test. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but we must follow NYSDOH guidelines.
Tonight's basketball games will broadcast through the District's Facebook page rather than the Live Coverage on the website. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Spread the word. https://www.facebook.com/Canisteo-Greenwood-Central-School-166125973480972
Steuben County announced today that they are allowing home spectators for winter sports starting Monday, February 15th. Please check the District's Facebook page or your email for details.
The Clay Target Team will be hosting an informational Zoom meeting for parents and students tonight at 6pm. Please click on the link below to join. https://zoom.us/j/97353779453?pwd=K3UyWG04T2xuWVY2aG1rV0J0SXcxZz09
The district experienced some power outages that have affected our phone system. We are working on getting it resolved as quickly as possible. It is mostly occurring at the high school. Thank you for your patience.
Want to watch the varsity girls basketball game tonight against Addison? Click the livestreaming link below- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtmQfvwOxLjKccITMh0
Good afternoon, We received a call from the county health department this afternoon informing us that we have a positive 8th grade student. Our contact tracing efforts took us back to last Thursday, when the student was last in the building. Mr. Reynolds has completed the contact tracing and all the affected families and employees have been contacted. There will be 24 students and 2 employees quarantined in connection with this positive case. Please stay vigilant in your masking and physical distancing efforts to keep our students and staff safe. The numbers are declining in the county and we are on a good trend downward. Yours in service, Thomas J. Crook Superintendent
Here is the link for tonight's Board of Education meeting that begins at 6:00pm. https://zoom.us/j/92687468212
Due to many circumstances, Canisteo-Greenwood is closing for Wednesday, February 3rd.