New York City hasn’t quite figured out its school thing just yet, but the Department of Education is certain that the new school schedule released will quell some of the anxiety local parents are feeling in the midst of the new school year. According to the DOE, the following schedule should suffice if and when schools finally manage to re-open (if there suddenly isn’t an apocalypse 2.0.)
According to the calendar, all schools will somewhat function as normal except with a blended learning plan. In-person classes will begin for the first time on 21 September. Meanwhile students can reportedly expect to be in remote learning classes on Election Day as most schools will be used as polling sites throughout NYC.