Pursuant to the regulations of the Department of Health and the Commissioner of Education, masks are required in all indoor settings in the Levittown Schools. Accordingly, our reopening plan has been revised. A full copy of the plan as well as the regulations from the Commissioner and Department of Health are below.
Governor Hochul has lifted the mask mandate in our schools, effective, Wednesday, March 2, 2022. As such, masks will be optional in all Levittown Schools on Wednesday, March 2.
Following, which will take effect on Wednesday March 2:
Mask wearing will now be optional for students and staff except:
Upon return to school from an isolation or quarantine for days 6-10;
If deemed a close contact, and not required to quarantine, a well-fitting mask must be worn for 10 days;
Mask wearing is a decision between parent and child and will not be enforced by faculty and staff, however, we respect the rights of all parents who choose this option for their children and support their choice. We ask that everyone respect each other's personal decision in this regard;
Students will continue to sit at their current desk regardless of mask wearing status;
A physical distance of 3 feet will be maintained in schools when possible;
Remote instruction will continue to be only for students in isolation and quarantine;
As of now, isolation and quarantine requirements remain the same, although we do expect that we will receive updated guidance. If you have any questions, please contact your school nurse;
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