KEYPORT, NJ - Keyport schools are moving to all remote until November 30th. This, according to Superintendent
Lisa Savoia, is due to increased COVID-19 cases involving staff members.
Savoia stated in a letter to parents, "We are researching this situation and working closely with the Monmouth County Health Department officials and its contact tracing process to ascertain where transmission could have occurred. At this time, it does not appear that the cases are related to one another. Based on this turn of events, the district will transition to remote learning for all students beginning tomorrow November 10th. In-person instruction will resume on Monday, November 30th. In order to ensure the continued safety of our school community, all extracurricular activities will be suspended during this time. We realize that this news is disconcerting, but it is our hope that by taking these preventative actions we can avoid further spread of the virus and additional disruptions to our in-person instructional program."