CRANFORD - Monday marked the first time the Cranford Public Schools district held any in-person learning since March.

With Cranford's hybrid model, students in all grades can receive a mix of in-person and online instruction or all online instruction. We asked readers to send in their back-to-school photos. 

Preschool - Grade 5: Schools are open to all elementary school students every day and follow a single-session day (no lunch/recess period). Teachers live stream what is taking place in the front of the room for students who remain on virtual instruction to follow along with the class from home. Preschool and half-day Kindergarten meet every day for 2.5 hours.

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Middle School and High School: Students go two to three days per week, including alternating Fridays. They are separated into two cohorts, which attend in-person on alternate days. On the days when one cohort is not in school, teachers live stream what is taking place in the front of the room for students at home to follow. 

Read all the details of the District's reopening plan from transportation, to cleaning practices, and more.