March 30: One new case reported and other updates

Today, the district learned that one district-wide employee tested positive for COVID-19. The district is working under Albany County guidelines to determine who needs to quarantine and is contacting those individuals.

As a reminder, during the April break (April 5-9), we will send a summary of any new cases for the week on Friday, April 9, and our regular updates will resume on Monday, April 12. All new confirmed cases during break week will be reported to the NY COVID-19 Dashboard as required, and if contact tracing is required as a result of any new cases, we will contact those individuals directly. If there is significant news or development that requires action, we will send an email, phone call, or text as needed.

Families Supporting Social Emotional Wellness Virtual Presentation

We wanted to also share a virtual presentation that the Albany County Department for Children, Youth and Families and Albany County Department of Mental Health is hosting on Wednesday, Mar. 31 at 6 p.m. This presentation is for families seeking guidance in supporting social-emotional wellness for children and teens.

Topics that will be discussed include:

  • Helping our Children Effectively Manage the Stress and Anxiety Caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Parent’s Guide
  • TALK SAVES LIVES: A conversation about Suicide Prevention and Mental Health
  • Inspiring Communication between Parents and Teens

Here is the Zoom Meeting information to join: https://abhealth.zoom.us/j/98585423159 (Meeting ID: 985 8542 3159)

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