Dear Families,

We are so excited to welcome your children back to “in-person school” beginning on Thursday, October 1, 2020.  We want to remind you of a few very important things:

  1. Thursday, October 1st is an in-person day for students in Cohort A only. Please find attached our cohort calendar. 

  2. Students in cohort B, C, and D will continue to log on for remote learning.

  3. All students remote and in person will be following a day 2 schedule as posted in their advisory classrooms. 

  4. All students should complete a health screening prior to arriving at school.  Please use this link:

  1. Each grade has been designated a separate arrival and dismissal location. Students should enter and exit the building only at their grade level location.  For the first cycle of A - C cohorts, if your last name begins with the letters A - L, you arrive at your location between 8:05 - 8:15.  If your last name begins with the letters M - Z, you arrive at your location between 8:15 - 8:30.

➔ 6th Grade: School Yard - Enter through the gate on 75th Street closest to 2nd Avenue

➔ 7th Grade: Gym - Enter through the doors closest to 75th Street and 3rd Avenue

➔ 8th Grade: 76th Street - Enter through the doors closest to 76th and 2nd Avenue

  1. Today during advisory we reviewed important safety and logistical procedures for the start of in-person school using the following video

  2. Students should bring a notebook, writing instrument, and headphones for the first day of in-person learning.

  3. Please be advised there are new face covering guidelines.  Please see below for the DOE guidelines.  

  • What Is a Face Covering?  A face covering is any well-secured cloth covering or disposable mask that covers a person’s nose and mouth and is worn to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19.

  • Acceptable face coverings include but are not limited to cloth-based face coverings (e.g., homemade, sewn, or quick cut masks), and disposable surgical masks that cover both the mouth and nose.

  • What types of face coverings are not permitted on DOE property?  

    • Bandanas and gaiters 

    • Face coverings with an exhalation valve or vent

    • Face coverings that completely cover or hide an individual’s face, such as a ski mask

If we all commit to following these steps, we will have a safe and healthy experience in school.  The entire staff at Wagner Middle School is looking forward to seeing you tomorrow!  



Jennifer Rehn Losquadro


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