In a continued commitment to keep our school community safe and healthy, Monroe One has developed this page as a resource for students, families, and staff members.
While the daily reporting gives a snapshot of current COVID-19 cases involving a Monroe One student or staff member, anyone who has been identified as a close contact of those individuals testing positive will be contacted directly by health officials.
Daily Reporting Information
|Date||O'Connor Academy||EMCC||Creekside||Bird/Morgan||eSTART||Transition||Other||Foreman Center - other|
|Nov. 18||0||2 students||0||1 staff||0||0|
|Nov. 19||0||0||0||0||0||0||1 staff|
|Nov. 20||0||0||1 staff||0||0||0|
|Nov. 21-22||0||0||1 staff||0||1 staff||0||1 staff|
|Nov. 23||0||1 student||1 staff||0||1 staff||0||0|
|Nov. 30||0||0||0||2 staff||0||0||0||2 staff|
|Dec. 1||0||1 student||0||0||0||1 staff||0||0|
We are asking families to review the COVID-19 testing consent form for students as soon as possible. This is an effort to keep schools open for in-person instruction following Governor Cuomo's Winter Plan announcement to combat a COVID-19 surge in New York State.
Governor Cuomo recently discussed the infection rate in Monroe County, and the concern of ‘micro-clusters’ with higher-than-average COVID-19 cases. Monroe One BOCES now falls under a yellow zone designation under the NYS Micro-Cluster Strategy.
Moving forward, the daily COVID-19 health screening will be sent to you based on your notification preference from ParentSquare.
Updated guidance on when a student/staff member should stay home and what they need to do before returning back to school.