DENVILLE, NJ – Denville Township public schools, grades pre-K–8, will remain all-virtual through at least Dec 4, Superintendent Steven Forte announced in a letter to the school district community on Sun Nov 29. 

“Due to the mandatory quarantine of several key staff members, the Denville PK-8 Schools will remain fully virtual through at least December 4, 2020,” the letter stated. “We will provide an update by December 4, 2020,” it continued.

The letter recommended that all parents create contingency plans to which they can resort if at any time the schools are unable to reopen safely.

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