Diagnostic interviewing is a key component of athletic training. That experience makes Allison Lindsay and Bryan Lurie, athletic trainers in the Department of Athletics, Wellness & Recreation a natural fit for Covid-19 contact tracing, which similarly involves asking questions, consistent follow-ups, monitoring symptoms, creating documentation, and protecting confidentiality. Both processes also require professionals who can establish trust in situations when anxieties are running high.
Two employees at SUNY New Paltz have tested positive for Covid-19, according to data posted to an online university dashboard. Those
The schoolbuses can go back to the bay; New Paltz students did not return to school today as had been
While the Saugerties and Onteora school districts recently welcomed students back into the classroom in hybrid educational models, the Kingston and New Paltz districts were inching closer to putting their own plans into action. Each district is finding it has its own set of unique challenges. Though all are developing safety and cleaning protocols based on Covid-19 state guidance, they are finding no one-size-fits-all solution.
Ulster County libraries are offering free access to Tutor.com, which provides on-demand tutoring in a virtual meeting with a vetted
The Onteora School Board has adopted a policy against reading or acknowledging anonymous communications. The move came after board members received a letter from “Concerned Citizen” at their home addresses.
The infected individual, who was not identified, was reportedly last present on school property on October 2, at Duzine Elementary School on Sunset Ridge Road.
The average age of the district buildings is 69 years and problems have emerged over time. The district superintendent said taxes would be unaffected because debt payments for the last project, begun in 2005-6, are coming to an end in a couple years, and the new project would cost taxpayers the same amount per year.
After a month of fully remote learning, some local school districts have begun bringing elementary and secondary students back onto campus in hybrid educational models. Other districts, for a variety of reasons, have yet to make the transition. Those who are opening have enacted safety and cleaning protocols based on Covid-19 state guidance.
Members of this year’s senior class took part in a Saugerties tradition yesterday, dressing in Sawyer blue and driving in