HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Two days after announcing Hasbrouck Heights High and Middle School will go virtual for a week, one of the district's elementary schools will also shift to remote learning for one week.
Hasbrouck Heights parents at Lincoln Elementary School were notified Sunday afternoon that classes will go virtual for one week starting Monday, November 2, after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Classes will move online for two days. The entire district is closed Tuesday for Election Day and Thursday and Friday for the annual teachers' convention.
Late Friday night, the district notified parents of middle and high school students that classes would be virtual for one week after a staffer there tested positive.
Parents received the following notice Sunday afternoon:
This afternoon we were informed that a staff member at Lincoln School has tested positive for COVID-19. Per our Reopening Plan, Lincoln School will begin virtual instruction this week for five days, beginning tomorrow, November 2nd. This will affect only two days of instruction as the district was scheduled to be closed Tuesday, November 3rd for Election Day, as well as Thursday and Friday, November 5th and 6th for Teachers' Convention. Tomorrow, November 2nd and Wednesday, November 4th will be minimum remote days.
Athletic programs will be not affected. Euclid students will report to school tomorrow and Wednesday for their regularly scheduled day."
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