N.J. school district going virtual for one month due to rising COVID-19 cases

A school district in Sussex County is switching to all-remote learning for a month amid rising coronavirus cases and quarantining of staff and students. Hopatcong Schools Superintendent Art DiBenedetto told NJ Advance Media on Friday that there are 41 suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases involving students and 15 involving teachers at the K-12 district’s four schools. Students in the district had been receiving up to 4 hours of daily, in-person instruction until Friday, when the schools switched to virtual instruction. “I know that this decision will not be a popular one with some parents and…

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