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Remote Instruction for all students starts on September 16th with check-ins.  Regular classes begin on September 21st remotely; students in Blended Instruction start coming into our building on October 1st.  Please visit our COVID-19 Information and Healthy Practices page; you can find it in the Remote Learning tab!  Stay safe and healthy!  Masks, social distancing, handwashing and staying home if you are sick (get tested if there is a possibility of COVID-19.)  Please disregard student schedules posted in Pupilpath, we will let you know when they are up to date and ready for review. We miss you!
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COVID-19 Information and Healthy Practices

FDR follows all DOE guidelines regarding capacity of our building and practices.  We work closely with our Custodians and Kitchen Staff who follow their guidelines as well.  Families are involved via our PTA and SLT.  
 
We are working on preparing schedules and practices for students to allow for social distancing, as well as reviewing entrances and exits for this.  Staff and students will be wearing masks while in our building, and we will reinforce handwashing and hand sanitizers.  Safety is our number one priority!
 
It is crucial that if someone is sick, they should stay at home and get tested if there is a suspicion of COVID-19.
 
Please click on NYC Department of Health COVID-19 page for important health and safety information.
 
Recently, the DOE has provided more information on  Health and Safety in schools.
 
More information including the Planning Process, Guiding Principles, Family Information Sessions, Student Schedules and Programs and more can be found at Return to School 2020.
 
Messages for Families are updated with new information as available.
 
Please contact Mrs. Katz, Principal, at mkatz10@schools.nyc.gov for more information.
 
Remember....  Social distancing, masks, washing hands and use of hand sanitizer have all helped NYC flatten the curve and return to one of the lowest rates of COVID-19 spread in the country.  Let's keep it up and stay healthy!