Broadalbin-Perth has closed its outdoor spaces for community use while classes are canceled because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “Unfortunately, we received too many reports from concerned residents that individuals who were on our campuses were not following our simple guidelines for responsible use,” said Superintendent of Schools Stephen Tomlinson. “We have a responsibility […]
Unless school districts receive further guidance from the governor’s office, all Broadalbin-Perth students and teachers will return to school on Wednesday, April 15.
The senior citizens prom in May has also been canceled.
The closure is in accordance with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s directive that all non-essential workers work from home to help mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Those who work in an essential job as defined in Executive Order 202.6 and need care for any child to age 18 can contact the area licensed child care providers for assistance.
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Broadalbin-Perth is continuing to provide school meals for children currently attending B-P schools, pre-K through grade 12, who opt in starting Wednesday, March 18 and continuing every day classes are canceled.
It is important that all employees and visitors to the schools follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help reduce the risk of community spread of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus.