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Around Fairfield County Schools: These Districts Will Announce Latest Reopening Plans

Parents of children in some Fairfield County schools this week may attend virtual meetings to hear the latest reopening plans.
Parents of children in some Fairfield County schools this week may attend virtual meetings to hear the latest reopening plans. Photo Credit: Pixabay

Parents won't want to miss these meetings giving the latest reopening plans in your child's Fairfield County school.

Stamford Public Schools will announce theirs on Monday, Aug. 17 in a Pop-Up Webinar, Let's Talk: 2020-2021, said Superintendent Tamu Lucero. "As we move closer to the first day of school on September 8, 2020, we continue to refine our 2020-2021 SPS Reopening Plan Hybrid Model. The meeting for secondary grade students 6-12 is from 4:30 to 6 p.m. here and the elementary grades K-5 meeting webinar is from 6:30 to 8 p.m. here

The plan added Lucero considers "the health and safety of our students and staff, our district’s mission and values, and in collaboration with our families, staff and health professionals."


Greenwich Board of Education will hold a Special Meeting on Thursday, Aug. 20 at 6 p.m. by teleconference. Details on accessing the meeting can be accessed here The meeting can be accessed by phone at 646-558-8656 and entering Meeting ID 861 2989 8943. The meeting will cover the 2020-2021 School Reopening and Agenda Plan and Policies, according to the notice.

The Agenda for the meeting in addition to the relevant Board of Education documents are posted on the Schools website here.

Public comments may be submitted by email here a minimum of 24 hours before the meeting and will be posted on the schools website here

Any questions regarding accessing the meeting should contact BOE Clerk Michael Antonaccio by email here

New Canaan

Half the students in New Canaan Public Schools will attend in-person classes at a time when school starts Aug. 31 according to a four-part Aug. 31 to Sept. 17 reopening plan that was first announced in July, though several changes have come since then.  

The plan calls for part-time school in the first phase then to have students shift to a hybrid model of both in-school and remoting learning, then return to all-day school. 

The 61-page document Charting Our Course: COVID Operation Plan 2020-2021 here gives the latest scenario. The Onboarding and Re-engagement with Learning Plan overview and Q&A Wednesday, Aug. 12 meeting may be viewed here.

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