Reopening Our Schools

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It is important to acknowledge "COVID-19 policies are intended to mitigate, not eliminate, risk....No single action or set of actions will completely eliminate the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission, but implementation of several coordinated interventions can greatly reduce that risk.” (American Academy of Pediatrics)

The 2021 - 2022 Plan AND the 2020 - 2021 Plan are posted below so our families are able to keep a record of our journey. When parents see the section entitled "9/2020 Plan," this reflects what was implemented in 20 - 21. (This is NOT our current plan.)

We will update continue to update the 2021 - 2022 Plan throughout August once we can examine the most recent COVID-19 positivity data. This information will guide our specific details for our students' return.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR 2021 - 2022 LINDENWOLD FAMILIES

The District WILL re-open 5 days a week for all students in September 2021 ; at this time, remote learning is no longer an approved learning option for our district. The District WILL continue its afterschool partnership with the YMCA for afterschool care in: PK, School 4, and School 5. We are very hopeful to continue moving forward toward our "new normal."


2021 - 2022 REOPENING PLAN

1st Edited Version: 9/1/2021

2nd edited version: 9/20/2021

Lion Reopening 2021 - 2022 Guide.docx.pdf

June 2021 REOPENING PLAN & 2020 - 2021 REOPENING PLAN

The Road Back

On June 26th , 2020, Governor Murphy and the NJ Department of Education (NJDOE) provided all districts with guidance to reopen schools in 2020 - 2021.

This Restart and Recovery Plan provides educators and administrators with the information necessary to ensure that our schools reopen safely and are prepared to accommodate students’ unique needs during this unprecedented time. It is important to acknowledge "COVID-19 policies are intended to mitigate, not eliminate, risk....No single action or set of actions will completely eliminate the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission, but implementation of several coordinated interventions can greatly reduce that risk.”