East Ramapo Central School District

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  • District Updated Plan for Hybrid Instruction

    After months of preparation and focused work, we look forward to having our students return to in-person learning as we transition to the District’s Phase 2 Plan for hybrid instruction on Monday, October 26, 2020. In cross-referencing multiple variables, it has been determined that the District will open schools in the “Clear Zone” effective Monday, October 26, 2020, for in-person instruction. Click on title above to read entire letter with more important information!

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  • Halloween should be spooky, not scary!

    Governor Cuomo asks for your help to make sure everyone has a healthy and safe Halloween. Trick or treating can be filled with fun, but must be done safely to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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  • Six East Ramapo campuses named “America’s Healthiest Schools”

    Six East Ramapo Central School District schools are among the 518 schools nationwide to earn a spot on the Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s 2020 list of America’s Healthiest Schools. They are the also the ONLY schools from New York State to have received this recognition.

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  • Remote Learning Extended Throughout Entire District

    Dear East Ramapo Community, With guidance from the Office of the Governor as recent as this morning it has been determined that all schools in the district will extend remote learning to the next two weeks. Please know that it remains a district wide expectation that all students will be provided the academic and social-emotional support essential to their continued development. We appreciate your partnership and will keep you up-to-date as information becomes available. Sincerely, Dr. Ray Giamartino Interim Superintendent of Schools

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  • Letter Regarding Positive COVID Case

    The East Ramapo Central School District received information that individuals in the District tested positive for the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Following our state-approved protocols, the District immediately notified the small group of individuals who had interacted with these persons. The District also notified The Rockland County Department of Health and has started the contact tracing process. Click here for additional information.

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