COVID-19 Update from Superintendent Rodriguez – April 14, 2021

on April 14, 2021

Message from Superintendent header

April 14, 2021

Dear Monroe-Woodbury families and staff,

I am writing with the latest update regarding confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Monroe-Woodbury Central School District.

COVID-19 Report

This week’s COVID-19 report includes cases confirmed from Thursday, April 8 – Wednesday, April 14, 2021.

Students:

  • 2 Smith Clove Elementary students
    • 1 Cohort A
    • 1 Cohort C
  • 1 Central Valley Elementary student
    • 1 Cohort A
  • 7 Monroe-Woodbury Middle School students
    • 4 Cohort A
    • 2 Cohort B
    • 1 Cohort C
  • 12 Monroe-Woodbury High School students
    • 5 Cohort A
    • 5 Cohort B
    • 2 Cohort C

Contact tracing has been completed.

Keep Chromebooks updated and charged

Now that students are back in school with their Chromebooks, it is important that these devices are updated and charged before students arrive each day. To update Chromebooks at home, use the Shut Down button to turn off the Chromebook and then turn it back on. Updates will load automatically.

Reminder – Revised Meal Distribution Schedule

As of Monday, April 12, daytime meal pickups will no longer be offered at the elementary schools.
Daytime meal pickup will be available at MWHS and MWMS tomorrow, Thursday, April 15. Once grades 6-12 are also back in school five days a week, daytime meal pickup will also be discontinued.

To accommodate families with remote students, evening meal pickup will continue to be offered at Central Valley and North Main on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-6:30 p.m. through the end of the school year.

Warm regards,

Elsie Rodriguez
Superintendent of Schools