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Gov. Phil Murphy Feb. 12 announced Executive Order No. 220, which enables indoor and outdoor youth sporting events to allow parents or guardians to attend practices or competitions. The executive order will take effect immediately.
Just like Zoom meetings and virtual game nights, livestreamed sporting events have become a routine of pandemic-era life.
Despite a new state law requiring breakfast after the bell in high-poverty schools, New Jersey schools served breakfast to fewer students after the law went into effect, indicating that many schools were not abiding by the mandate.
During the summer of Covid, New Jersey communities served free meals to more children than ever before, providing much-needed nutritional support when many families faced job loss because of the pandemic.
Gov. Phil Murphy, Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver, First Lady Tammy Murphy, and New Jersey Department of Children and Families Commissioner Christine Norbut Beyer Feb. 4 launched New Jersey’s first Adverse Childhood Experiences Action Plan, a comprehensive statewide strategy to prevent and reduce childhood trauma and adversity.
More than 98 attendees comprising educators, law enforcement, parents, and youth-serving organizations participated virtually in the 7th Annual P.R.I.D.E. Conference Jan. 21. (Prevention, Resources, Innovation, Development, Education) Committee.
Dennis Township released the following results from the township's youth basketball league.
Several parents of West Wildwood students are unhappy with the idea, claiming their children are getting a better education at Margaret Mace School, the North Wildwood school where West Wildwood students are sent through eighth grade, than they would at Glenwood Avenue Elementary and Wildwood Middle School.
In anticipation of an adult-use recreational marijuana market in New Jersey, Sen. Michael Testa and Assemblyman Erik Simonsen (both R-1st) introduced a bill to educate students in grades 3-12 on the risks of cannabis and marijuana use.