Which ones? My kids go to one and they are doing 2 days a week onlu
A friend of mine teaches at a special-ed public school in upper manhattan and he says the class sizes are already small enough to allow full time for all kids.
Multiple parochial schools are opening 5 days in person.
Ditto a small Jewish K-8 school on the UWS - full time, in-person, all grades.
@anonymous which one? Rodeph?
@Anonymous NP. I heard Beit Rabban (though I understand that stops before 8). I haven't heard of a Jewish k-8 in Manhattan which is not open full time, in person, all k-8.
@Anonymous Solomon Schechter.
It's a private school. It's also very small (115 kids over 5 grades and a low student:teacher ratio) so makes sense it might be able to spread cohorts out to meet distancing requirements.
yes, it's a non-profit private that serves lower income families. great school and opening for good reason!
public or private? how is that possible when all other public schools have to do cohorts/1 or 2 days a week for those who chose blended?