Hear from Alden, Williamsville and Hamburg superintendents on 'Back to School: Superintendent Roundtable'

Posted at 2:15 PM, Aug 30, 2021

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Over the next two weeks, thousands of students across Western New York will return to school.

A challenging time for students, staff and their families due to COVID-19, 7 Eyewitness News senior reporter Eileen Buckley gathered some superintendents from around WNY for a virtual roundtable to discuss what it will take to welcome students and teachers back to class safely.

The one-hour special, "Back to School: Superintendent Roundtable," streams on 7PLUS Wednesday, September 1 at 8:00 p.m.

Panelists include:

  • Superintendent Michael Cornell, Hamburg Central Schools (president of Erie-Niagara Superintendents Association)
  • Superintendent Adam Stoltman, Alden Central Schools
  • Superintendent Darren Brown-Hall, Williamsville Central School District

Topics discussed include:

  • Administrator involvement in determining back-to-school guidance
  • Methods for maintaining in-person learning
  • Mask rules in schools and on buses
  • Vaccines for staff and eligible students
  • Quarantine guidance
  • District preparedness
  • Student mental health
  • Parent communication
  • Staffing shortages

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