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Mask-Wearing on ICSD Campuses
As of August 20, masks are required indoors on ICSD campuses, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are required outdoors when one cannot maintain 6 feet of distance.
 
 

Reopen ICSD

The Ithaca City School District’s vision of 6000+ Thinkers and mission to Engage, Educate, Empower continue whether we are in physical or virtual spaces together. The COVID-19 pandemic pushes our community around this common, powerful, vision and mission.
 

Updates and Announcements


September 15
Positive Staff Case of COVID-19 at IHS

The Tompkins County Health Department (TCHD) has confirmed 1 positive staff case of COVID-19 at Ithaca High School. All in-person learning may continue as scheduled for those not placed in quarantine. More >>


September 14
Positive Student Case of COVID-19 at IHS

The Tompkins County Health Department (TCHD) has confirmed 1 positive student case of COVID-19 at Ithaca High School. All in-person learning may continue as scheduled for those not placed in quarantine. More >>

 
mask policy poster
August 20
Update Regarding Mask-Wearing on ICSD Campuses

Masks are required indoors on ICSD campuses, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are required outdoors when one cannot maintain 6 feet of distance.

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August 6
Community Letter and Fall 2021 Learning

The ICSD community is planning to cultivate connections by welcoming all students and staff for in-person teaching and learning in the fall. We will offer non-in-person learning to a limited number of students who qualify with specific medical conditions related to COVID-19. For more information, please see Dr. Brown's August 6 letter to the community, as well as our Fall 2021 Learning FAQs.


July 21
ARP Funds Input Session

On Tuesday, July 20, ICSD Deputy Superintendent Lily Talcott and Chief Operations Officer Amanda Verba hosted a virtual session to explain more about and get community input on how the ICSD utilizes the American Rescue Plan (ARP) federal funds. If you weren't able to join live, the recording and slideshow can be viewed at ithacacityschools.org/ARP.