MILLBURN, NJ - Millburn Schools will have a two-hour delayed opening tomorrow, Wednesday, March 15. There will be no early dismissal as was originally scheduled. Schools will dismiss at normal time. Please send your child to school with lunch as the cafeteria and PTOs had not planned to serve lunch tomorrow. The high school visitation for 8th grade students will be also be rescheduled. If there are any further weather or safety updates impacting our schools, a follow-up decision could be made in the early morning hours, so stay tuned to normal communication sources for more information.
Millburn Township Public Schools Delayed Opening for Wednesday March 15
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