Bayonne Schools To Remain Closed Until At Least April 20

Bayonne Superintendent of Schools John Niesz has announced that city schools will remain closed until at least April 20th due to the coronavirus pandemic:

BAYONNE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Office of the Superintendent
669 AVENUE A
BAYONNE, NEW JERSEY 07002
JOHN J. NIESZ                                                                    Tel. (201) 858-5817
Superintendent                                                                    Fax. (201)858-6289

March 20, 2020

Dear Bayonne Community,

The Bayonne School District will continue virtual learning until at least April 20, 2020. The COVID-19  pandemic will impact when we anticipate opening our schools and resume normal operations.

We will continue to keep our community informed during this next cycle of school closings. Please keep  our  health  professionals,  Health  Department,  Office  of  Emergency  Management,  first responders,  school  faculty,  staff,  administration,  Board  of  Education,  Mayor  and  elected  officials  in your thoughts as they work on the front lines of this pandemic.

The  Bayonne  School  District will  continue  to  remain  on  a  virtual  learning  platform  until  April  20, 2020. However, during this time we will close virtual instruction (school) for our regularly scheduled spring break and we will use our four (4) snow days as well.

School Schedule
Virtual Learning continues until 4/20/20*
Upcoming important dates of virtual instruction

•  March 27   we will be closed; no virtual learning (snow day #1)
•  April 3   we will be closed; no virtual learning (snow day #2)
•  April 8   ½day virtual learning ends at noon
•  April 9   we will be closed; no virtual learning (snow day #3)
•  April 10-17 school is closed for our spring break
•  April 20   we will be closed; no virtual learning (snow day #4)
•  April 21   Anticipated return to school date *

*We continue to monitor the situation and if we must adjust this calendar, we will keep you notified as soon as possible. If by some miracle this ends sooner – we will open schools ASAP*

Be safe everyone,

John J. Niesz
Superintendent