When the Utica City School Board announced they were staying with their virtual learning model going into November because their bus company didn't have enough drivers to transport students, the bus company pushed back.
The Utica City School District voted on Tuesday to delay an "in-person" return to classes beginning on September 8th. Prior to Tuesday's meeting, the district was moving forward bringing students back into the classroom.
The Utica City School District was improperly placed on a list of over 100 schools in New York State that had not submitted its re-opening plan on time to New York State last Friday, according to the district.
The Oriskany, Camden, Central Valley, Waterville school districts are among 100 others who have until Friday to submit a plan to New York State for in-person learning, or students those districts won't be allowed in classrooms this year...