DENVILLE, NJ – Superintendent Steven Forte has announced that the Denville Township School District faculty and staff will be implementing a Flexible Instruction Day Plan, in which Google Classroom will be the main interface for communication between students and teachers. Starting Tue., March 17, the school day will run from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., with an hour for lunch at the family’s discretion. Teachers will be available via email during the FID hours, except for noon through 1 p.m. Thirty minutes should be set aside for physical activity of the student’s choice.
According to Forte, “[a] Flexible Instruction Day (FID) is a virtual school day when students and staff have an opportunity to explore and engage in meaningful learning experiences that are: (a) aligned to the curriculum, (b) connected to standards, and (c) relevant to the current instructional sequence. These days are intended to continue to afford students meaningful learning experiences while connected with teachers in the event of an emergency.”
More details about the FID plan are posted on the Denville Township School District website.
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