LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Passaic Valley High School will report Monday Oct. 5 using a hybrid model of instruction.
Superintendent of Schools, Dr. JoAnn Cardillo, issued a statement on Thursday to alert the community.
Her letter reads:
October 1, 2020
Dear Passaic Valley Families and Community Members,
Starting on Monday, October 5, 2020, Passaic Valley will reopen using our hybrid instructional model.
The Passaic Valley Board of Education, our families, and the community at large remains desirous to have our students attend school at Passaic Valley. As previously announced prior to September, we were approved by the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) to open the building and provide courses they teach.
As a point of information, after student dismissal (Red, White, and Blue days), teachers will participate in faculty meetings, department meetings, professional development, and individual student/teacher academic support sessions. The Guidance Department and Child Study Team will plan meetings with teachers and parents as needed.
Again, the school is safe and ready for students and teachers to return.
Dr. JoAnn Cardillo
Superintendent of Schools
TAPinto Passaic Valley will update the situation should the need arise.