Massapequa School District Calls in Instructors and Staff For Monday

District moves forward with tentative plans to bring students back for Tuesday.

Teachers and staff in the Massapequa School District are going to be called into work Monday as they prepare to open buildings for students on Tuesday, district officials said.

Full and part-time instructors, student support staff, administrators, teachers assistants, clerical and custodial staff will have to report Monday.

Monitors do not have to report.

Custodial staff are being told to report to their regular locations at 7 a.m., while administrators will report to McKenna  Elementary School at 8:30 a.m.

All other staff will be  required to report to locations that will be announced by the school districts later Sunday.

The district has tentatively scheduled the reopening of buildings and the return of students for Tuesday, which was to be a holiday for Election Day.

Community members are urged to watch the district website for confirmation that school will be open.

Dick Blair November 04, 2012 at 11:42 AM
"The district has tentatively scheduled..." Yep, like the tentatively scheduled NYC Marathon, eh? No supply of gasoline on Long Island means no faculty, no staff, and no teaching...just put all the students that do show up in the gym or cafeteria, eh? None so blind as those that will not see...
jean g November 04, 2012 at 11:35 PM
With the gas situation as it is I wonder if transportation will be provided
Lisa November 05, 2012 at 06:06 PM
The principal at Unqua says buses will pick up and drop off.


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