A message from Honeoye Falls Lima Superintendent Gene Mancuso:
I wanted to reach out to you personally regarding the current situation with coronavirus and thank Mr. Carosa, for the opportunity to write to members of the community directly. The influx of new, daily developments in the news has brought many concerns and an environment of uncertainty. All schools in the region will be closed to help slow the spread of this virus and to help prevent overwhelming our health care system. My goal is to always be as up front as possible and to avoid misinformation and dispel rumors.
We in HF-L are in continuous contact with the Monroe and Livingston County Commissioners of Health, receive daily updates from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC), and other agencies and experts, including our school physician, each closely monitoring the situation and providing current guidance regarding the ongoing threat.
As a school district, we will be providing meals to go for students, focusing energies on disinfecting our schools and busses, providing opportunities for continued at home learning, and working collaboratively with the school board to govern and operate the school district during this unique time. Detailed information can be found on our school website www.hflcsd.org.
I personally ask you to help keep our students calm and provide them a great opportunity to continue to learn and keep themselves and their neighbors healthy. These are not typical snow days, nor days that many adults have ever experienced before. However, I remain confident that together, we will complete our mission to educate and protect our students. Thank you for your continued support. WE are HF-L.