The school is also requiring parents to pre-screen students before sending them to school. One of the schools is Seton Catholic Central in Binghamton. There are some changes this year due to COVID-19 pandemic. Catholic Schools of Broome County Elizabeth Carter says the district wants to keep everybody safe. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Schools in Broome County are going back to school on Monday. Everyone in the building is required to wear masks. Students and staffs’ temperature are also checked when they arrive to the building. In addition to this, hand sanitation stations are in place at all entrances and classrooms. The school is using sanitation devices to disinfect all common areas of the school throughout the day. Hallways are also lined to have aisles going one way and aisles going a different way to minimize student contact. The desks in the classrooms are six-feet apart to maintain social distance. Stay with 12 News for its noon, 5, 5:30 and 6 p.m. newscasts for more back-to- school coverage. Check out our back-to-school slideshow here!