While New Jersey schools prepare to reopen after Labor Day, a new requirement that all preschool to 12th grade school personnel be fully vaccinated against Covid by Oct. 18, or be subject to Covid testing at minimum one to two times per week, has school staff scrambling and parents reacting.
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Gov. Phil Murphy announced May 17 that upon the conclusion of this school year, portions of Executive Order 175, allowing remote learning, will be rescinded, meaning schools will be required to provide full-day, in-person instruction.
New Jersey Human Services Acting Commissioner Sarah Adelman Feb. 17 announced the state is extending several Covid-related child care assistance programs through the end of June.
Due to inclement weather, all Atlantic Cape campuses will be closed Feb. 1.
The Ocean City School District is one of the few districts in the state to continue to keep their doors open with hybrid scheduling since the start of the fall 2020 school year.
New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson Sept. 21 announced that applications are now open for the new COVID-19 child care tuition assistance program the Murphy administration has created to help families with child care costs as schools open remotely.