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I am very pleased to announce that GWLUFSD's Board of Education will return to holding their monthly Board business meetings in person and will allow the public to attend in person as well. Monday's meeting will take place in the MS Cafetorium at 7 pm. Individuals who attend in person must follow the current CoVid protocols. That said, the Board has heard from many community members that they have enjoyed being able to watch live from the comfort of their home. Therefore, the meetings will still be streamed live online. READ MORE...
On June 7th Governor Cuomo announced that New York would move forward with a new mask rule for schools for outdoors. They will not be changing requirements for indoor mas usage. This was confirmed by email and updated guidance from the State DOH, READ MORE...
On Friday, June 4th, Dr. Howard Zucker, Commissioner of the New York State Department of Health, issued a letter to the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) regarding New York State’s intention to align mask guidance for school settings with the CDC’s Guidance for Youth Camps beginning Monday, June 7, 2021. READ MORE
The Annual Budget Vote & Election was held on from 11 am - 9 pm on Tuesday, May 18th in the Elementary School gymnasium. To view the results, READ MORE...
Thursday, April 22, 2021 Dear Greenwood Lake Community, This afternoon, the District learned that a second Greenwood Lake Elementary School in-person student tested positive for CoVid-19 based on a diagnostic test. Each individual identified as a close contact has been notified. Each positive case serves as an important reminder that we can help stop the spread by following the guidance of the state and local health departments. The most important things you can do: