Coronavirus Resource Center
The Clyde-Savannah Central School District is aware of the concerns associated COVID-19 and will do everything possible to ensure the safety and well-being of students, staff, and the community. While we do not wish to cause unnecessary fear, we feel that it is important to keep everyone informed on the latest news on this topic. On this page you will find information on the coronavirus from the district, Wayne County Public Health, New York State Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control.
For the latest update from the New York State Department of Health regarding isolation and quarantine click here.
Child Care Information for Essential Workers
If you are an essential health care worker and/or first responder and are in need of assistance with childcare, the following information is required:
• A letter from your employer that you are an essential health care worker or first responder
• A completed Clyde-Savannah Emergency Reservation Form, which can be filled out at the link below:
These completed documents, along with any questions you have, can be emailed to email@example.com. Once the District receives the required information, we will contact you with the necessary information regarding childcare.
Updates From the Department of Special Education & Pupil Personnel Services
4/3Dear Parents and Guardians:As you know, Clyde-Savannah Central Schools are closed until April 15. In order to be prepared for an extension of this closure, we have begun preparing to host IEP meetings remotely starting on April 16. Your student's special education teacher will be contacting you in advance of these meetings to review next year's proposed IEP, solicit your input, capture any questions you have, and to explain how you can participate in the meeting remotely.Additionally, we are preparing to offer "tele-therapy" for services such as speech/language starting the week of April 13. Service providers will utilize a secure video platform that meets privacy regulations. If your child receives services as part of his/her IEP, you will be contacted by a service provider to discuss times for your child to participate, and to offer further details. Please know that you will have the right to opt-out of this service if desired.Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 315-902-3000 during normal school operating hours if you have any questions or concerns.
Dear Parents/Guardians: As you may know, Governor Cuomo extended statewide school closure until April 15. All IEP meetings remain postponed until that date. If the Governor directs schools to close beyond that date, we will consider alternate methods to conduct IEP meetings in a timely manner. Please check this webpage and the Special Education webpage for further updates.