Message From Canisteo-Greenwood Central

March 16, 2020

Canisteo-Greenwood is now saying, no school tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17.

March 14, 2020

– Monday, March 16th – ONLY CTE students and Alt Ed students are to report to school at their regular bus times. No other students will be in attendance.
-Monday, March 16th :Conference Day for all staff. Please report to the HS Auditorium at 8am
– Tuesday, March 17th – All students report so that teachers can discuss with their students the learning opportunities that will occur through the dismissal and students can pick up personal belongings and needed instructional materials.
– Students will be dismissed from school from March 18th – April 13th.
Other important information:
– Fitness Center is closed until further notice
– Spring sports are postponed until April 14th. There will be no practices or contests
– The district is working out a plan to feed our students. Information will be forthcoming.

Important Letter to Parents From Mr. Crook, Superintendent
Good afternoon,

As you may have seen or heard, the Steuben County Public Health Department late yesterday afternoon strongly urged organizations and school districts that have planned “non-essential” mass gatherings in the coming weeks to postpone. Under this strong recommendation, the Canisteo-Greenwood Central School District will be postponing the following planned events immediately until after Spring Break (April 14):

College Night – Monday, March 16th
Elementary Musical – Willy Wonka – March 19th, 20th, and 21st
7-12 Spring Concert – March 31st
Academic All-Stars
Soph Hop – March 28th
All field trips
All out of district professional development for staff travelling to potential “hot spots”
Athletic contests – to be determined
We want to assure you that we understand that this measure is causing a disruption to our normal operations, but our first responsibility is to safeguard the health and wellness of our students and community. We will continue to follow the guidance of the medical professionals at the local, state, and federal health departments. Currently, there are no recommendations to close schools, but we are monitoring that closely. We will continue to update you with any necessary information as this is a very fluid situation.

As we continue monitoring, please practice everyday health habits as one of our lines of defense. Regularly wash hands for at least 20 seconds, don’t touch your face with unwashed hands where viruses can enter through the nose, mouth, eyes, disinfect touch surfaces often, STAY HOME when sick and avoid others who are sick.

All the best,
Thomas J. Crook

Superintendent