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Important Messages from the Superintendent, 10.21.2020

H. Frank Carey and New Hyde Park Memorial High Schools Closed October 22-23, 2020

 

Please see messages below:

 

H. Frank Carey High School Closed October 22-23, 2020

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 for at least tomorrow, Thursday, October 22nd and Friday, October 23rd.  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.  

As per the guidance from the New York State Education Department and the New York State Department of Health, the building will remain closed to all staff tomorrow and will be deep cleaned and disinfected on Friday.  

This two-day period will also permit the Nassau County Department of Health to conduct contact tracing and inform those who may need to quarantine. 

Once the contact tracing is completed, I will be able to inform you as to the length of the closure. 

As always, the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff are our top priority.  

Respectfully, 

 

James J. Grossane, Ed. D. 

Superintendent of Schools

 

New Hyde Park Memorial High School Closed October 22-23, 2020

Please be advised that three students at New Hyde Park Memorial High School have a confirmed case of Covid-19.  In consultation with the Nassau County Department of Health, New Hyde Park Memorial High School will remain closed for at least tomorrow, Thursday, October 22nd and Friday, October 23rd.  All New Hyde Park Memorial High School faculty and staff will work remotely during this time.  All instruction for students of New Hyde Park Memorial High School will be conducted remotely as well.   

This two-day period will permit the Nassau County Department of Health to conduct contact tracing and inform those who may need to quarantine. The building was deep cleaned and disinfected today, Wednesday, October 21st.  

Once the contact tracing is completed, I will be able to inform you as to the length of the closure. 

As always, the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff are our top priority.  

Respectfully, 

 

James J. Grossane, Ed. D. 

Superintendent of Schools