As school districts across New Jersey contemplate how, or if, they will be bringing students back into the classroom come September, or if their districts will continue with virtual, at home, learning, at least one school district in Hudson County is looking for the public’s input on how their school reentry should take place.
Beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, July 14, the Weehawken School District will be conducting a telephone survey in order to gain input on their plan. The survey will take place through Monday, July 20, as Weehawken School District staff members will call township residents between the hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Superintendent of Schools Eric Crespo, in a letter to residents, states, “You will be asked a variety of questions that will help guide our district in finalizing its September reentry plan. We are calling every single family in the district. We look forward to your continued input on this vital matter.”
Crespo says the survey should take no more than five minutes. Residents may ask the district staffer to call you back at a time that is more convenient. Residents can also complete the survey online if they prefer. All they need to do is give their email address to the staffer and the survey will be sent to them.
If you take the survey online, the District asks that it be completed by July 20.
Superintendent Crespo says the District’s reentry plan will be finalized and announced no later than August 7.
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