SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood School District will open on Wednesday, September 2 for the 2020-21 academic year virtually. Students from the district's four schools will learn remotely until September 21 before moving over to a hybrid model. Parents do have the option for their children to remain virtual when the district switches to a hybrid method. Despite being virtual for the first three weeks of the school year, the district will be offering preordered lunches to students. Lunches will be picked up at a designated spot and eaten at home.
All lunches will be prepared by the district's food service company Whitsons and will be available for preorder each week during remote learning. A Google form must be completed by parents for each student receiving a lunch. Google forms should be returned each Friday for lunches for the following week. Lunches for the first week of school must be ordered by Friday, August 28.
Students receiving free or reduced lunch must have a completed form as well. The preordered lunches can be purchased also. Lunches for the Schoenly and Appleby School students is $3.25 and the cost for lunches for Memorial Middle School and Spotswood High School students is $3.60.
Preordered lunches can be picked up at the Memorial Middle School or the Helmetta Community Center between 11 a.m. and noon. Masks are required when picking up lunches.