JEFFERSON, NJ – It will be a different school year, to be sure but Jefferson Township Superintendent Jeanne Howe said that the district is very excited to welcome back students Sept. 2.
Face coverings, early release schedules and online components all factor into the Jerrson plan. You can read the letter from How below:
“A team of staff, parents, members of the Board of Education, community members, and administrators have spent countless hours developing a plan for reopening schools in September that best meets the needs of our community. Our reopening plan was developed based on the guidelines issued by the Department of Education in late June which requires in-person instruction. As this guidance is fluid, our plan will continue to be adapted to the most recent guidance and status of the health of the community as needed throughout the pandemic. While many of the decisions that are being made