FAIR LAWN, NJ - Schools will remain open on a hybrid schedule, according to school superintendent Nicholas Norcia, who responded to an inaccurate post on Facebook this afternoon stating schools were going to all remote learning until January.
"Earlier this afternoon, someone decided to post inaccurate information on several Fair Lawn Facebook Groups, that our schools will be closing until at least January," Norcia said in an email to district parents.
"THIS IS 100% NOT TRUE," Norcia said.
"I have no idea why someone would say this and create more stress during a pandemic," he said. "Our schools just completed another week of school with 8 of our schools still open and Edison and Fair Lawn High School still working remotely until the second week of November."
Norcia said any information regarding schools would come from his office and only on the verified Fair Lawn Public Schools page, not from outside sources.
There will be in-school learning on Monday, November 2 at the eight district schools currently with open buildings. Edison will return to in-person instruction on November 9 and the High School will return to its hybrid schedule including in-person learning on November 10.