(WIVB) – The Williamsville Central School District will implement a hybrid instructional model in the fall, according to a message from superintendent Scott G. Martzloff.
The announcement comes after Gov. Cuomo’s Friday announcement that all districts in the state can return to in-class instruction this fall.
Parents who don’t wish to have their children participate in the hybrid model can check back on the district’s website for information on full-time online instruction when it’s available.
The district will hold a community forum to present its reopening plan at 6 p.m. Aug. 12 via a Zoom webinar.
Up to 3,000 people can register to join and ask questions directly to district leadership using this link. To help keep you informed, the District will be holding a Community Forum to present its reopening plan on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 6 p.m. through a Zoom Webinar. Up to 3,000 people can register to join and ask questions directly to District leadership by following this link.
The community forum will be lived streamed on the district’s YouTube channel.
You can also submit questions and concerns to the district by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Martzloff also said there will be two more community forums and the district will be meeting with teachers in the coming weeks to discuss reopening.