School officials seek clarity over why they were included on list of districts that didn't submit reopening plans

Parents and schools officials are still seeking clarity over plans to reopen classrooms.
The question of whether every district has submitted their plans has been part of a back and forth discussion between the governor's office and some districts over the past day.
On Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo released a list of over 100 districts that needed to submit a reopening plan by Friday or risk losing in-person learning. The deadline for the plans was July 31.
But several of the Long Island districts on the list pushed back on their inclusion, saying the list was inaccurate.
The superintendent of schools for the Brentwood Union Free School District released a statement, saying in part: "Brentwood UFSD was mistakenly included in a list, released by Governor Cuomo...the Brentwood Union Free School District submitted its reopening plan document to both the New York State Education Department and New York State Department of Health prior to the July 31 deadline and also posted it to the district's website, as required."
The superintendent for Plainview-Old Bethpage schools also told News 12 that their inclusion on the list was inaccurate as well, saying, "POB submitted its reopening plan to both the NYS Education Department and the NYS Department of Health on time. We have confirmation receipts for both submissions."
Both superintendents say they've told the governor's office about the discrepancies and want the list updated.
Cuomo has said districts were told to submit plans to the Department of Health and not the state Department of Education. He has acknowledged that some districts are rectifying the issue.
News 12 reached out to the governor's office for comment, but has not heard back.