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Queensbury teacher asks for district to go virtual

January 11, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Some Queensbury teachers want the school district to go virtual because of the surge in cases in town, a sixth grade social studies teacher said.

Some Queensbury teachers want the school district to go virtual because of the surge in cases in town, a sixth grade social studies teacher said. “Our entire building feels like our school is not keeping people safe.

This isn’t just me,” said Queensbury Middle School teacher Andrea Ramsey-Seamans.

She said she got the impression that the school district is trying to keep as many teachers out of quarantine as possible, to keep the schools open. Superintendent Kyle Gannon said the school district has an administrator who focuses on contact tracing with Warren County Health Services.

While he would not comment on how many people are quarantined, he said no one has caught the virus at school. “We are not aware of any transmission within any of our buildings, student-to-student and teacher-to-teacher,” he said.

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