Welcome to Eldred Central School District Welcome to Eldred Central School District Home of the Yellowjackets! Eldred Junior-Senior High School is the place to be! Situated in the southern part of Sullivan County, New York, Eldred Junior-Senior High School offers a unique, individualized school experience. Eldred is an all-regents high school, whose students are among the top performing in the nation. After school, Eldred is bustling with athletics, clubs, and performing arts groups. George Ross Mackenzie Elementary School was built in 1995 on land belonging to George Ross Mackenzie. Our elementary school is located in the southern part of rural Sullivan County, New York near the Delaware River. 


welcome back quotes - Google Search | Welcome quotes, Welcome back ...Thursday, September 10th  
Virtual Learning begins 
for all students.

  • Virtual Learning will continue (September 10th - 25th)

   

  • Group A - In Person will start week of September 28th
  • Group B - In Person will start week of October 5th

 Please note the Eldred/Yulan Road (County Rte 33) road closure detour
to begin on October 5th for approximately two weeks.  This detour will cause the following buses to
be delayed 15-20 minutes late arriving  to bus stops in the morning and delayed 15-20 minutes getting students home in the afternoon:

High school buses:
101A
102A
108C

Mackenzie buses:
103A
109A
102C




September 23, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Beginning on Monday, September 28th we will be welcoming our students back to school.  The “A” group will report to school Monday and one week later, on Monday, October 5th the “B” group will come to school and the “A” students will be home using virtual learning.

This is all new to parents, teachers and students. Safety is priority one and a mask must be worn at all times by everyone. I am available should you have any questions. Should there be a health issue at either school, we will share whatever information with you that we are permitted to share. I am encouraging the principals to provide fresh air breaks to students throughout the day since wearing a mask all day is a difficult thing to get used to.

I want to thank our dedicated faculty and staff for their hard work in making this process as smooth as possible. I also want to thank you for your patience and support. You have been a true partner in your child’s education.

Thank you and please let myself or the principal know if you have any questions that your child’s teacher cannot answer.

Sincerely,

 

John C. Morgano Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools