WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Waterbury Public Schools will be returning to their hybrid model of learning on Monday, Feb. 1, the school district announced Tuesday.
In a letter to the community, the district said, in part, “In collaboration with Mayor Neil M. O’Leary, the City of Waterbury Department of Public Health and the Board of Education and upon review of the current health data for the City of Waterbury and the State of Connecticut, we will return to our hybrid learning model next Monday, February 1. Students returning to the classroom will continue to follow the appropriate mitigation strategies, such as social distancing and mask protocols.”
The athletic program will resume per CIAC guidelines.
The district will also continue to provide meals to students.
“For students continuing to learn virtually, the Food Service Department will continue to prepare
and distribute meals for Monday through Sunday. They will be available for pick up at the
following schools Monday through Friday, from 1:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m. ALL children 18 and under
can pick up (or a parent or guardian can pick up) meals, which include breakfast, lunch, a snack,
supper and the fresh fruit and vegetable of the day.”
- Carrington Elementary School: 24 Kenmore Avenue
- Chase Elementary School: 40 Woodtick Road
- Crosby High School: 300 Pierpont Road
- Driggs Elementary School: 77 Woodlawn Terrace
- Gilmartin Elementary School: 94 Spring Lake Road
- Kennedy High School: 422 Highland Avenue
- Reed Elementary School: 33 Griggs Street
- Waterbury Arts Magnet School: 16 South Elm Street
- Waterbury Career Academy: 175 Birch Street
- Wilby High School: 568 Bucks Hill Road