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East Ramapo Central School District

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  • Childcare Options for Healthcare Workers and First Responders

    During this time of great need Child Care Resources of Rockland, Rockland BOCES, and our eight school districts are committed to helping emergency care and essential workers continue to do their job. If you are an emergency care or essential worker living in Rockland in need of childcare for children ages 5-12, please fill out the survey linked here. 

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  • Coronavirus Guidance for Parents

    The East Ramapo Central School District continues to closely monitor the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The health, safety and well-being of our school community is our top priority. All ERCSD decisions are being made with the best-available guidance from the Rockland County Department of Health and the New York State Education Department. Please check here often as the situation evolves. Further updates may be forthcoming.

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  • Flexible Home Learning

    The East Ramapo Central School District is participating in flexible home learning days, through a series of activities. Our goal is to continue engaging students with content while challenging them through independent practice. Flexible learning activities will reinforce concepts that students have learned, as well as extend learning. A link to each school’s personalized webpage dedicated to flexible home learning activities is forthcoming.

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  • Food Bank Information & Locations

    “Grab and Go” breakfast and lunch will be provided for free, every day school is closed, for the District’s students in low-income families, and for every child who comes to the Food Banks. Saturday and Sunday meals will be available to be picked up at the Food Banks each Friday.

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  • 150 East Ramapo Students Receive Black Achievement Awards.

    The Rockland Community College Black Achievement Awards seek to recognize and reinforce the academic and personal accomplishments of Rockland County students from the Black/African Diaspora.

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