Remote Learning

On May 17, 2021, Governor Phil Murphy announced that "Executive Order #175, which allowed school districts to provide remote instruction under certain circumstances during the 2020-2021 academic year, will expire and the end of that school year." 

  • At the present time, all students are required to be back in school for full-time, in-person instruction during the 2021-2022 school year.
  • Full-time remote learning options for families are no longer permissible, per Governor Murphy.

 

*In the case where an individual classroom and/or portion of an individual school building is quarantined due to a public health emergency, staff will continue to deliver a full day of synchronous, remote instruction following their in-person schedule.
The below plan is intended to guide the district when an entire school building, or school district, must engage in a prolonged school closure lasting more than three days due to a health related emergency. 

Click here to view the district's plan for a prolonged school closing.