Each school day our screener tool identifies anyone (staff, student, or visitor) who is presenting with symptoms of concern, or is considered to be at risk for potential COVID-19 exposure. Those who screen "red" are added to those who choose to stay home, so our attendance data can serve as a tracking mechanism to monitor the effect of the pandemic here at school. High absence rates are one way to make decisions about moving to a more restrictive model. 

November 19: District Will Be Fully Remote Nov 30 to Dec 4

November 16 Positive Case at South Seneca

October 20 Positive Case at South Seneca

October 13 Positive Case at South Seneca

Sept 30: South Seneca Allows Golf and Cross Country for Section 5 Play

Sept 29: Special BOE Meeting to Consider Fall Athletics Offerings

Seneca County Updates and News
November Statements from Romulus Superintendent
November Statements from Waterloo Superintendent
November 3: Waterloo MS and HS on Different Models After Latest Cases
October 1 Statement from Seneca Falls Superintendent
October 1: Fingerlakes1- Attendee of Gathering with Students Tests Positive
Sept 24: Helming Urges Free Access to COVID testing
Regional Updates and News
Weekly Update on Cases and Infection Rates
Fingerlakes1 Health Section with COVID Updates
November Statements from Trumansburg Superintendent
November 6 Statement from Watkins Glen Superintendent
Oct 21: Three More Positive Cases at Watkins Glen
October 5: Horseheads Statement- All Virtual Through Oct 23
October 1: Outbreak in Chemung County
Sept 29: Lyons extends remote learning to Oct 30
Sept 28: Lyons goes all virtual after positive case
Sept 26: Clyde Savannah now out 'until further notice'
Sept 22: Positive COVID case results in closure at Clyde-Savannah
Sept 17: Watkins Glen Superintendent Statement on Positive Case
Statewide Updates and News
Cornell University Offers New School District COVID Tracking Tool
October 7: How Cuomo's COVID Cluster Rules Work for Hotspots