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As of late Wednesday afternoon, December 29, many of Hudson County’s school districts have announced that, due to the increased numbers of COVID-19 cases, when school reopens following the winter break on Monday, January 3, they will reinstitute remote learning for one week, then re-evaluate their situations in consultation with their municipal Health Departments.
Students attending school in Weehawken, Bayonne, North Bergen, West New York, Union City and Harrison will all be learning virtually from home from Monday, January 3 through Friday, January 7, 2022.
The Kearny School District’s website says a decision on whether to reopen in classroom or virtually will be made no later than this afternoon. East Newark is also planning an announcement today.
The Jersey City School District intends to reopen school buildings on January 3 and provide in classroom instruction. The Hoboken School District will also have in classroom learning.
The Guttenberg School District has announced that in school instruction with 1 o’clock dismissal times will occur for the weeks of January 3 through 7 and January 10 thru 14. Teachers will have virtual office hours after dismissal from 1:50 pm until 3:12 pm.
The Hudson County Schools of Technology will also have in person learning with early dismissal for the week of January 3 thru 7 according to their website. Dismissal times will be 12:15 pm for the Explore Middle School and 1 pm for High Tech and County Prep High Schools. All evening programs and activities are cancelled at EWBC-EXP-FJGC.
The Secaucus School District will begin with in-person learning for one, half-day, four hour session with early dismissal and no lunch period. Breakfast will be available.