The Arkport Central School District has been hard at work developing its reopening plan for the 2020-21 school year based on guidance from the state and feedback from our school community.
As you can imagine, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic makes the task of developing a plan to open our schools an enormous undertaking. There are many things to consider and obstacles to face. At the same time, we are looking to the future and preparing to confront the uncertainties that lie ahead of us.
We hope that you can find some assurance knowing that the district is prepared to safely care for and educate our learners and encourage you to use this time to get familiar with the following resources you can use to stay connected with Arkport schools:
- District website: The district website is a great place to find the most up-to-date school information. Our new web design has a responsive layout that adapts to different screen sizes and browsers. As a result, there should be minimum need for resizing, panning or scrolling.
- District app: Download the district’s new app for free by visiting your mobile app store and searching for “Arkport Central Schools.”
- District Facebook page: Like” the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ArkportCSD to see posts on school events and photos in your news feed.
- ShareIt: ShareIt allows administrators to receive tips and respond in a timely manner to issues that impact the school or individual students. A ShareIt button is located on the homepage of our website.
- SchoolMessenger: This is an automated phone messaging system used to send alerts to students’ families. Please make sure your contact information is up-to-date before the school year begins.
- Parent Portal: This tool gives parents and guardians online access to their children’s attendance records, discipline records and report cards. Visit the district website and search for “Current Parents” to learn more.
- Schoology: This will be the district's new learning management system. More information about this “one stop shop” for all student assignments, grades and parent-teacher communication will be shared as the school year approaches.