MANAHAWKIN – After November break, Stafford Township schools will move to virtual learning for two weeks.
With the district having a break from November 2 through 6, a survey was sent to parents and staff to learn about their travel plans.
“The results have indicated that a large number of our community members will be traveling to many states that are currently on the New Jersey Travel Advisory list,” Superintendent George J. Chidiac wrote Thursday to parents.
It was established that after break, the district will do remote learning for two weeks. Now with 35 states and territories placed under a travel advisory, it is advised to self-quarantine for 14 days after any travel.
During the two week remote period will take place between November 9 through 20 and students will continue with their current teachers and cohort schedules.