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?
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!
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.
Multiple parochial schools are opening 5 days in person.
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.
Which ones? My kids go to one and they are doing 2 days a week onlu