Officials: Some Ridge Street School to return to classroom after safety violation closure

According to a message from the Acting Superintendent Dr. Colin Byrne, six special education classes will return to in-person instruction on Tuesday at the King Street school.

News 12 Staff

Sep 26, 2021, 3:56 PM

Updated 1,031 days ago

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After several days of remote learning, some students from Ridge Street School are able to return to the classroom this week.
As News 12 previously reported, the school was set to close indefinitely after the state says it found serious safety violations. 
According to a message from the Acting Superintendent Dr. Colin Byrne, six special education classes will return to in-person instruction on Tuesday at the King Street school.
The district is also working on securing potential alternative classroom space at the JCC in Harrison and Camp Mohawk in White Plains, but those spaces need to be vetted and approved before more elementary students can return to in-person learning.
The next town hall meeting will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 28.




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