Central Islip schools, Nassau BOCES to close week after Thanksgiving as COVID-19 precaution
Concerns over Thanksgiving gatherings have some schools on
Long Island making changes.
Central Islip district superintendent sent a note to parents on Thursday saying
schools will move to remote learning the week after Thanksgiving.
superintendent says the in-person closure between Nov. 30 and Dec. 4 is a
safety precaution to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
In addition, Nassau BOCES also says
it will move to remote learning Nov. 30 through Dec.4. to avoid issues
that could arise from holiday travel.