This last year, schools in Central New York have been facing challenges like no other. Some have been dealing with trying to focus on in class learning, while others are trying to understand the world of virtual learning.

Students in the Vernon-Verona-Sherill Central School District wanted to thank the teachers and staff for all of their hard work during this school year. They did this by creating a video showing their appreciation, in which the school district posted on their Facebook page:

Students in all grades truly honored their teachers and staff, and showed that they support them. Students want their teachers to know that they want them to succeed in this new process.

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WIBX reports that the Clinton Central School District is shifting their hybrid schedule due to possible COVID-19 exposures at their high school. The other schools in Clinton will remain open to the normal hybrid schedule.

The high school will be fully remote instruction for all students on Friday, October 30th after school officials were informed of a positive COVID student in Cohort 2 at the high school.

The school sent out an alert to parents on Thursday. "Contact tracing is underway and affected people will be notified as needed," according to the alert.

Clinton Middle School went fully remote on Monday, October 26th, after a middle school student tested positive last weekend. The middle school is now open to hybrid learning.

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