Postal Service (USPS) will be providing a contribution to the all-too-precious commodity when, on January 14, it debuts the next edition in the popular 'Love Series'. According to the USPS, the latest one features “a colorful and lighthearted digital illustration” with ...
January 17, 2021Approximately 752,615 pounds of not-ready-to-eat pepperoni hot pockets from Nestle have been recalled, announced the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (ISIS). According to the release, the product may be “contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically pieces of glass and hard plastic.
The decision was based on advice from health authorities and the district's consultant in infectious disease. The fact that school officials are not certain who went to the parties was a key factor in their thinking, To back wrote.
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• Berkeley Heights Public Schools : closing Tuesday, March 10 after a parent of a student tested positive for coronavirus. • Haddonfield Public Schools : closing on Monday, March 16 so staff can prepare for the possibility of “virtual classrooms and at-home learning,” the district’s superintendent said.
• Jersey City Public Schools : closing at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 11 to initiate plans and coordinate with staff for satellite learning options. • Sandhurst School District: closing early on Thursday, March 12 to plan for any possible closures in response to coronavirus.
• Monmouth University: cancelling all classes (face-to-face, hybrid, and online) for the remainder of the week, with spring break beginning as scheduled on Saturday, March 14. A student contacted university health services to report flu-like symptoms and was transported to Monmouth Medical Center for further evaluation.
• Para mus Public Schools : closing Wednesday, March 11 to receive needed comprehensive training in remote instruction. • Red Bank Regional School District: closing Tuesday, March 10 for cleaning after the sibling of a student tested positive for coronavirus.
• Rowan University: lengthening its spring break a week, so staffers can develop plans to teach courses remotely if coronavirus prompts a closure. • Stevens Institute of Technology: cancelling classes on Tuesday, March 10 in preparation to bring all courses online through Canvas.
• Warren Hills Regional School District: closing Wednesday, March 11 to develop coronavirus preparedness plans. As the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise in New Jersey, more schools are closing to meet with staff about remote learning, to sanitize buildings or because of concerns that some students have been exposed to the virus.
© Tariq Behalf/NorthJersey.com A woman wearing a surgical face mask walks toward the bus stop at the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, N.J. on Thursday, March 5, 2021. All 75 public school districts will close as of 3 p.m. March 13, and switch to online learning for a period of at least two weeks.
The Academy will begin its continuous learning model on March 16, according to a tweet. Barton classes and activities, including athletics practices, are cancelled through March 30.
Prior to the return of students, the district will reevaluate and determine if there is a need to extend the closure. Kingston schools will be closed as of March 16 through the end of Spring Break, April 10.
Montville Township schools will be closed on March 16 for staff planning. The regional school in Danville, part of the Diocese of Paterson, has suspended in-class instruction as of March 16.
All events and rental activities in district facilities are canceled, including those in the Marauder Dome. On March 16, all Mountain Lakes Public Schools will be closed using an emergency snow day.
The Parsippany-Troy Hills School District will use its half-day in-service day on March 16 for teachers to prepare an education plan for teaching students remotely. In preparation for the plan, district officials polled parents on who has access to Wi-Fi and the internet.
The Pequannock School District will move to remote learning for two weeks starting March 16. The West Morris Regional High School District will be closed March 16 through April 3, the last day of our planned spring recess.
Passaic County Technical Institute will be closed March 16 so staff can prep for a possible switch to online classes. Students will be sent home with instructional packets and required to turn them for grades and credit when schools reopen on April 1.
Lakeland Regional High School will close starting March 16. Distance learning protocols will be implemented until school resumes on March 30.
The school that serves students from Little Falls, Toyota and Woodland Park announced Friday that it would be closed from March 16 through March 27 and all school related activities and events have been canceled. Students will be put on the new distance learning protocol starting Tuesday, March 17.
Students receiving free or reduced-price lunch will be able to pick up their meals at West Milford High School. Breakfast will be distributed daily between 8 and 9 a.m. and lunch will be available for pickup between noon and 1 p.m., though families will have the option of picking up both meals at the same time.
During the closure, students will not be transported from the district to private schools or Passaic County Technical Institute, Anemone said. Bloomfield Schools will have a half day on Monday, March 16, for teachers to review the district's remote learning plan.
Verona's schools have made the decision to institute its distance learning plan. Students are tentatively scheduled to come back to school on March 30, depending on the developing situation.