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Important Messages from the Superintendent, 12.21.2020

Floral Park Memorial, H. Frank Carey, and New Hyde Park Memorial High Schools Closed Tuesday, December 22

Please be advised that two additional staff members at Floral Park Memorial High School have confirmed cases of Covid-19.  In consultation with the Nassau County Department of Health, Floral Park Memorial High School will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, December 22nd.  All Floral Park Memorial High School faculty and staff will work remotely during this time.  All instruction for students of Floral Park Memorial High School will be conducted remotely as well.  All CTE students will attend their classes remotely as well.  

Several Floral Park Memorial staff members are already in quarantine as a result of the case reported yesterday.  The Nassau County Department of Health will continue to conduct contact tracing and inform those who may need to quarantine. 

Additionally, please be advised that a student at H. Frank Carey High School has a confirmed case of Covid-19.  In consultation with the Nassau County Department of Health, H. Frank Carey High School will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, December 22nd.  All H. Frank Carey High School faculty and staff will work remotely during this time.  All instruction for students of H. Frank Carey High School will be conducted remotely as well.  All CTE students will attend their classes remotely as well.  The Nassau County Department of Health will continue to conduct contact tracing and inform those who may need to quarantine. 

Finally, please be advised that due to an unanticipated large number of faculty being absent tomorrow due to Covid19 related reasons and non-Covid19 related reasons, Tuesday, December 22nd will be a day of remote instruction for all students attending New Hyde Park Memorial High School.  All faculty will teach remotely, and all students will access their classes as if it were their usually scheduled day to be learning remotely.  New Hyde Park students in the CTE program will also attend those courses remotely.

As always, the health and safety of our students, staff and faculty are our utmost concern.  

Respectfully,  

Dr. Grossane