COVID-19

Due to an order issued March 27 by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, all K-12 schools will remain closed until April 14 and reopen April 15. The closure order is part of a proactive effort to limit exposure to the Coronavirus.

COVID-19

COVID-19 Updates & Information

Due to the continued concerns with COVID-19,
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo has directed all schools
to remain closed through April 14. 
 
This page will keep parents, faculty and staff updated on information related to COVID-19 in our community. 
 
The health and safety of our students and staff is the district’s highest priority, and we will remain vigilant in our efforts to help prevent the spread of any illnesses.
 
To ensure that all messages to our school community are accurate and as current as possible, all information regarding this constantly changing situation will come directly from the superintendent or other district leadership team members via emails, text alerts and School Messenger. All updates will be added to this web page as they become available.
 
Please note that no information will be posted on any of the district's social media platforms regarding this issue. 
 
There is a state hotline at 1-888-364-3065, where experts from the Department of Health can answer questions regarding the novel Coronavirus.
 
Click on the blue titles below to read more on each update. 
District COVID-19 Updates
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Childcare need survey
As part of ongoing support for the child care needs in the area, we were “asked” to communicate this link to parents for a childcare needs survey. This will go directly to OCFS and the Regional Child Care Centers of New York. Please click here to take the survey. 
March 31 update from Nicole
Please read more for the latest updates as we continue to navigate through this time of constant change. 
Childcare for essential workers
If parents and/or essential workers need childcare, please contact Family Enrichment at [email protected]  
Schools closed through April 15
Due to an order issued Friday, March 27, by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, all K-12 schools will remain closed through April 14, reopening on April 15. The closure order is part of a proactive effort to limit exposure to the Coronavirus. 
Tech support for online learning
Attention Parents and students! Tech support for online learning is available! 
March 24 update from Nicole
More updated information is available. 
All district grounds closed
On March 23, following guidance from New York State, Broome County Executive Jason Garnar issued an emergency order closing all public playgrounds, athletic courts and sporting fields. 
March 23 update from Nicole
The district continues to adjust and work through the second week of schools being closed.  
BOCES offers technical support
Parents, for technical support with Chromebooks and email, please call the BOCES Service Now helpline at 607-766-3800. 
A message from the United Way
The United Way is fully operational. Please click on the blue title to read more. 
UPK registration
If you are looking to register your child for UPK in the 2020-21 school year, please email Roberta Thomspon, [email protected] 
Free WiFi
As of March 16, free broadband and WiFi access will be offered for households with students in grades K-12 and/or college whose schools have closed due to COVID-19 if they do not already have a Spectrum subscription. For more information or to sign up, please call (844)488-8395. 
March 16 update from Nicole
So much has changed in a week's time.  
March 14 update from Nicole
With the State of Emergency being announced this afternoon, the Union-Endicott Schools will be closed from Monday, March 16 through Monday, April 13, with a return to school on Tuesday, April 14. 
March 12 update from Nicole Wolfe
Here is the latest update on COVID-19. Please check back here for the latest updates. 
Letter from the Superintendent
Please click here to read the letter Superintendent Nicole Wolfe sent to our Tiger community. 
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