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Two-Hour Delayed Opening For Bernards Schools on Thursday; No School Before-Care

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BERNARDS TWP., NJ - With snow not expected to taper off until early Thursday morning, the Bernards Township school district has called for all township schools to open on a two-hour delayed schedule on Thursday, March 22.

Ridge High School and the William Annin Middle School are scheduled to begin at 10 a.m., according to the school district. All four elementary schools will begin at 10:45 a.m., the school notified parents.

All school buses will run on a two-hour delay, the school business administrator's office announced on Wednesday evening. There will be no before-care for students, the school district said.

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Lunch will only be served at Ridge High School. Students at all other schools are encouraged to bring snacks, according to the school district.

Another message could be sent in morning after township roads are assessed

Local roads will be reassessed in the morning and, if necessary, another message will be sent out about the schedule, according to the school district website.

Parents of eighth graders are asked to monitor their email for messages regarding a planned Washington DC trip.

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