Alerts

Alerts
January 25
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of five confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving two high school staff, two elementary school students and one middle school student. The middle school student has not been on campus during their infectious period. 

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 22

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a high school staff member. 


Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 21

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an elementary school student. 


Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 19

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of eight confirmed cases of COVID-19. The cases involve three elementary school staff members, two elementary school students, two middle school students and one high school student. 


Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 13
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of four confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving a middle school staff member, a middle school student and two elementary school students. The students have not been in school during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 12

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a high school student. The student has not been in school during their infectious period.


Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 11

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an elementary school student.


Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 8

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of three confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving one elementary school employee, one elementary school student and one middle school student. The two students were not in school during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 7

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving one middle school student. The student was not in school during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 6

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of two confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving one primary school staff member and one high school staff member.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 4

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of eight confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving three elementary school students, two middle school students and three high school students. These cases range from December 24 to January 3. None of the students  were in school during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

January 4

Reminder: The three confirmed cases of COVID-19 that were reported via an alert message on December 30 involving one high school student and two middle school staff members, was added to the NYS COVID-19 Dashboard today, January 4.

December 30
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of three confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving one high school student and two middle school staff members.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 10 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

Please note: These cases will be reported on the NYS COVID-19 Dashboard when school is back in session on January 4.

December 23

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an elementary school student. The student has not been in school during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

December 23

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a district employee.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

December 22

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a student at the high school. The student has not been in school during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

December 21

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving three students and one staff member at the elementary school, two students and one staff member at the middle school, and one student at the high school. None of these cases have been in school during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

December 16
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a student at the elementary school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

December 15
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of four confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving one non-instructional district employee, two elementary school students and one high school student. The four cases have not been in school during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

December 14

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of three confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving two high school students and one elementary school student. The three students have not been in school during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

December 14
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a middle school student and one confirmed case of a high school student.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.


December 11

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an employee at the elementary school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

December 8

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an employee at the elementary school, as well as two confirmed cases involving two middle school students. The students have not been on campus during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.


December 7

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a district employee, as well as one case involving an elementary school student. The student has not been on campus during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.



December 4
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a student at the elementary school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.


December 3

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a student at the elementary school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.


November 30
Given the recent Thanksgiving holiday, and with Christmas break right around the corner, we encourage our Wildcat families to familiarize themselves with the New York State Travel advisory information regarding quarantining and COVID testing. As a reminder, if your student travels out of state for more than 24 hours, they must receive a negative COVID test result within 72 hours of their arrival to NY from the state they were in and quarantine for three days upon their return to NY. Please note: Returning travelers should call the New York State COVID hotline at 1-888-364-3065. On the fourth day or later, students must obtain a second COVID test. If the test comes back negative, they may return to school. If a student does not get tested, a 14-day quarantine starting the day they return to NY is mandatory. It is of the utmost importance that we continue to be diligent about following health and safety protocols. You can find a link to the latest New York state COVID Alert information HERE.

November 23
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a student at the elementary school and one confirmed case involving an employee at the middle school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.


November 17

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a student at the elementary school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

November 13

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an employee at the elementary school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

November 12

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of one confirmed case of COVID-19 involving a middle school student. The full-remote schedule student has not been in the building during the infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

November 5
The Johnson City Central School District will resume in-person/hybrid classes in all buildings beginning Friday, November 6. Only the 'B' students, kindergarten and 'C' students will report on Friday. The JC 'A' students will report on Monday, November 9. The normal hybrid schedule will be followed next week. Full remote students will remain remote and follow their usual schedule.  

November 3
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of two confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving two students at the high school. *The students have not been in the building during the infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

November 2

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving one student at the elementary school. *The student is on the full remote schedule and has not been in the building during the infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

October 28

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving one employee at the elementary school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

October 27

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving one employee at the elementary school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district. 

October 25

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving one student at the high school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district. 

October 23

The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of four confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving one employee in the elementary school, one student in the elementary school and two students in the middle school.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district. 

October 23
The food delivery schedule for October 23 through November 5 is as follows:
Friday, Oct. 23: A students and Remote students
Monday, Oct. 26: A,B,C students
Tuesday, Oct. 27: Remote students
Wednesday, Oct. 28: A,B,C students
Thursday, Oct. 29: Remote students
Friday, Oct. 30: A,B,C students
Monday, Nov. 2: A,B,C students
Tuesday, Nov. 3: Remote students
Wednesday, Nov. 4: A,B,C students
Thursday, Nov. 5: Remote students

Questions: Contact Food Service at 930-1100 or Transportation at 930-1017.

October 21
In consultation with the Broome County Health Department and with the current spike in community spread of COVID-19, the Johnson City Central School District will pause in-person/hybrid instruction beginning Thursday, October 22 and pivot to full remote instruction for 14 days. The district will resume in-person instruction on Friday, November 6. Out of an abundance of caution, the district will assess the situation again during the first week of November to determine the safety of returning to the in-person/hybrid schedule.

All staff who are not quarantined or isolated will continue to report to their buildings/departments.

**The Wildcat B group students will receive food delivery Thursday, October 22. the Wildcat A group and full-remote students will receive food delivery on Friday, October 23.** 

October 19
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of three confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving one student in the middle school, one student in the high school and one employee in the high school. The two students' last day on campus was October 13 and they have not been in contact with school staff or students since that date. The high school employee's last day on campus was October 16 and they have not been in contact with school staff or students since that date.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed cases will be contacted and quarantined for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Health Department will contact those who may have been exposed.

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

October 8
The Johnson City Middle school will reopen for hybrid instruction on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Contact tracing has been completed by the Broome County Health Department and the middle school has been cleared to resume in-person learning.

October 6
Please note the following alterations to this week's food delivery schedule.
Tuesday, Oct 6: Middle school B students will receive food delivery.
Wednesday, Oct. 7: District remote students and middle school A and B students will receive food delivery.
Thursday, Oct. 8: Middle school A and B students will receive food delivery.
Friday, Oct. 9: District remote students will receive food delivery.

October 6
On the evening of October 5, 2020, we were notified that the district has a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an employee who works in the middle school. In order to give proper time for contact tracing, the middle school will move to a full remote learning model for the remainder of the week (through October 9).

In discussions with the Broome County Health Department, any person who was in direct or proximate contact with the individual has been and will be advised to quarantine. The district is working in consultation with the BCHD on proper procedures for all faculty, staff and students regarding quarantining and testing. We are assisting the BCHD with a contact tracing investigation.

We will continue to monitor this situation and will notify staff and families immediately of any interruptions to the school schedule. We appreciate your patience and cooperation, as we know this is a serious matter of great concern to many of you.

Please note: This is not affecting elementary school instruction. 

September 28
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an employee at the high school. Please note the employee has not been on campus since September 17 and has not been in contact with school staff or students since that date.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case has been quarantined by the Broome County Health Department for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation took place, and the Broome County Health Department contacted anyone who may have been exposed. 

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

September 24
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an employee. Please note the employee was not at school today.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be quarantined by the Broome County Health Department for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Broome County Health Department will contact you if you were exposed. 

The district is continuing to follow strict cleaning protocols and affected areas have been cleaned. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district.

September 14
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 of an employee stemming from a community event. Please note the employee was not at school today. 

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be quarantined by the Broome County Health Department for up to 14 days. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Broome County Health Department will contact you if you were exposed.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district. This has not had an impact on the health and safety of our students.


August 31
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an individual in the district. 

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined by the Broome County Health Department for up to 14 days from the last day of contact with the positive case. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Broome County Health Department will contact you if you were exposed.


August 28
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a sixth confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an employee of the district. The district was informed the employee has not been in the district during their infectious period.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined by the Broome County Health Department for up to 14 days from the last day of contact with the positive case. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Broome County Health Department will contact you if you were exposed. 

August 26
The Johnson City Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a fifth confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an employee of the district.

Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be contacted and quarantined by the Broome County Health Department for up to 14 days from the last day of contact with the positive case. A contact tracing investigation is underway, and the Broome County Health Department will contact you if you were exposed.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district. We will continue to provide additional updates via our COVID-19 Updates webpage and district app alerts.

August  24
On August 24, the district was notified by the Department of Health of one additional positive case of COVID-19 involving an employee. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide any additional updates via our school website and district app.

August 23
The Johnson City School District has been working with the Broome County Department of Health (DOH) this weekend regarding three confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our district. In these discussions, we were advised any person who was within six feet of the positive individual(s) for 10 or more minutes be quarantined for up to 14 days per the recommendation of the DOH. Out of an abundance of caution, DOH health officials have conducted contract tracing with the staff members who may have been in contact with these individuals and have advised them on next steps. We will continue to monitor the situation and will notify staff immediately of any interruptions to the school schedule. We appreciate your patience and cooperation, as we know this is a serious matter of great concern to many of you. We will continue to provide additional updates via our COVID-19 Updates page and alerts on our district app.
 
August 21
On August 20, the New York State Department of Transportation, State Education Department and the Department of Health issued joint guidance on the use of hand sanitizers on school buses. CLICK TO READ 

August 20
On August 13, parents were notified via an email and phone message with information regarding filling out a Request For 100% Remote Learning survey. The message noted a deadline of Wednesday, August 19 to complete the survey. This deadline was created to provide the district enough time to prepare student schedules in readiness for the beginning of the school year. As of Thursday, August 20, the district will not accommodate further remote learning requests. Additional opportunities for full remote learning may be available at a later date. To be placed on a list, please contact your child's building.

August 20
If you were unable to attend any of the district's three virtual parent meetings, you can watch the archived videos by tapping/clicking on any of the following:
Meeting 1 
Meeting 2 
Meeting 3

August 13
A WebEx virtual meeting will be held for JC staff on Wednesday, August 19 beginning at 10 a.m. A link to join the meeting will be available on the district homepage Wednesday morning.

August 12
The Johnson City Central School District will host three parent forums via WebEx regarding plans to reopen for the school year. The forums will be held Friday, August 14 at 2 p.m., Monday, August 17 at 10 a.m., and Tuesday, August 18 at 5 p.m. Please visit the district homepage at www.jcschools.com for access information.

August 7
Earlier today, the Governor announced that schools in New York state are authorized to open for the 2020-21 school year. In the coming weeks, The Johnson City Central School District will provide parents with details on a hybrid learning schedule and opportunities to ask questions. In addition, we will be unveiling a new COVID-19 weg page that will serve as a one-stop resource for reopening plans, school schedules, health and safety, and more. We thank our Wildcat Community for their continuous support of our plans and options as we work to provide safe and accessible environments for learning. 
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