BLOOMFIELD, NJ-- With much uncertainty surrounding end of year school festivities around the country, Bloomfield Schools Superintendent Salvatore Goncalves has released a statement in regards to the 2020 BHS Graduation ceremony.
"I understand and appreciate everyone's concerns regarding this year's high school graduation ceremony. Below you will find the link that clearly delineates the guidelines in which we must abide by. Mr. Jennings and his staff at BHS will be working within these guidelines to create an appropriate and distinguished way to recognize each and every one of our graduates and their families. I ask for your patience and understanding as we work through these most challenging times and I assure you we will create recognition opportunities that we all can be proud of. Please stay safe and be well." said Goncalves.
The Superintendent referenced the NJ State Department of Education memo issued regarding virtual celebrations that can be found by clicking https://www.nj.gov/education/broadcasts/2020/may/8/COVID-19%20Virtual%20Graduation%20Celebrations.pdf
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