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Area schools open with delayed start to assess staffing shortages

Region 14 schools, which serves Bethlehem and Woodbury, will be closed Monday due to the number of staff members who will be absent Monday because of COVID.

Region 9, Easton and Redding, will have a 2 hour delay

New Fairfield Public Schools have a 2-hour delay to allow time to assess staffing. Staff should report at their regularly scheduled time.

Wilton Public Schools will have a 2-hour delayed opening for students, Monday, January 3, to allow building administration to address anticipated staffing shortages in their buildings and prepare for those students who will need remote learning.

Due to staffing issues pertaining to COVID-19, Danbury schools will open on a two hour delay schedule. 

Superintendent Kevin Walston says morning Extended Learning Program and morning preschool will be canceled Monday. All staff will report at their normal time.  The CDC recently updated its guidance on quarantine and isolation duration, cutting it from 10 days to at least 5 days or longer if symptoms develop and persist. The State notified districts that they may use the revised CDC guidance due to the Omicron variant.  Danbury Public Schools will not continue individual routine contact tracing for inside schools, during school organized or supervised activities.  Positive cases in school, which includes notification to classrooms, grade or group level, athletic teams and clubs will continue. 

Some bus transportation will not be available for Monday due to staff shortages. The regular buses that are affected include: Bus 23, 41, 44, 57, 67, 76, 83 and Shepaug. The mini buses that are affected include: M15, M35, M41, and M43. Those buses will not run Monday. Students on those runs will need to be dropped off and picked up from school by a parent or guardian.

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