Hudson Falls Central School District will remain on remote learning for at least an extra week after the holiday break. This unfortunate disruption to learning is due to a large number of faculty and staff quarantined because of the latest COVID-19 cases in the school and the community,” said Interim Superintendent Jon Hunter. “Staying remote allows us to start 2021 by both supporting students and keeping our community safe.
“All year, it has been our commitment to maximize the number of in-person student learning days, with our unwavering focus on the safety of our faculty, staff, and students,” said Interim Superintendent Dr. Jon Hunter. “And, I know nothing is truly more important to our Hudson Falls parents than the safety of their family and a quality school experience.
The District wants all students to be both supported and to return to learning routines. UPK and K Center students can expect delivery of instructional materials; more details to come. Beginning on January 4, 2021, all students in grades 1-5 have been guided to check into their Google classrooms. Teachers will be prepared to welcome students and return to learning.
Students in grades 6-12 should join their google classrooms for synchronous learning following their schedule for January 4, 2021. Buses will depart from the high school for New Visions, and CTE BOCES students. Early College is already remote for the week of January 4. Athletics will also pause for the week of January 4th.
The HFCSD will continue to serve meals Monday-Friday for any student. Meals are served at the Franklin Street side of our high school building from 11 am-12:30 pm each weekday.
“Hudson Falls is a strong and caring community and that will serve as our foundation to work together to reopen our buildings safely,” said Dr. Hunter. “We all want to be back. To get back, we’re going to need to remember to wear a mask. And avoid gatherings. Avoid travel. And check the Washington County Health Department COVID-19 tracker page daily for more information.”