WCHS releases safety tips for Halloween 2020

Warren County Health Services Guidance for Halloween Trick-or-treating We ask that you please avoid conventional door-to-door trick or treating, and consider safer alternatives, such as a neighborhood drive-up event. If you decide you or your family want to take your child door-to-door, please: Stay home if sick. Trick-or-treat with people from your household only. Stay …

Yearbook Committee seeking senior information; deadline Oct. 30

Dear QHS Seniors, Please check the Class of 2021 Google Classroom for details on uploading your senior portrait, quote, baby picture and a fun photo for the senior collage page.  The submission deadline for these items is Oct. 30.   Thanks for your cooperation and please see Mrs. Knight or Ms. Bengle with any questions.

QUFSD Return to school protocols

Please note: All information is subject to change based on updated guidance from the NYS Department of Health and/or CDC. As you are aware, everyone who enters our school buildings is required to screen for possible COVID-like symptoms. Parents are required to notify the school nurse if their child is not feeling well and keep …

A letter from Principal Rossetti regarding remote learning

Dear QES Families, As mentioned in Superintendent Gannon’s email, the district learned that two additional individuals from the Queensbury community have tested positive for COVID-19. One was an individual from the William H. Barton Intermediate School. The other was an individual from Queensbury High School. Warren County Public Health is conducting case investigations and will …

A letter from Principal Cosh regarding remote learning

Dear WHBI Families, The district learned that two additional individuals from the Queensbury community have tested positive for COVID-19. One was an individual from the William H. Barton Intermediate School. The other was an individual from Queensbury High School. Warren County Public Health is conducting case investigations and will advise individuals on the need to …

Letter from Principal Brannigan regarding remote instruction

Dear QMS families, As you are aware, due to the growing number of cases and large number of individuals placed under quarantine, after consulting with our medical director and Warren County Public Health, we will temporarily transition all grade levels (K-12) to remote learning for the week of Oct. 5. The earliest students would return …

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