CLARK, NJ - The first week of August is when the Clark Public School District will share plans for the upcoming school year according to Superintendent Ed Grande.   In his communication Grande said school district officials have been working with PTA Boards and Faculty Councils on reopening plans for schools in September.

The New Jersey Department of Education in conjunction with Governor Murphy released extensive guidelines for reopenings for the 2020-21 school year in late June.  The 104-page document provided school officials with a structure understanding that no one methodology would apply to all school districts due to the uniqueness of each.   At the time Murphy offered encouragement for the new school year.

"We have every expectation that our kids will return to their schools come September," Murphy said. "Today's guidance comes with one overarching requirement: that our public schools will open in some capacity with the health of students, their families, and educators being the top priority."

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Grande invited parents and guardians to email reopening@clarkschools.org with input they would like to share regarding schools reopening.
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