PASSAIC VALLEY, NJ - All four school districts in the Passaic Valley region have announced closures related to the coronavirus. School officials note that while there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Passaic Valley towns at this time, the action is being taken in an effort to slow the rapidly spreading virus.
PASSAIC VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Passaic Valley High School will be closed from March 16 to March 27. All school related events and activities are canceled.
Effective Monday, March 16, the Little Falls Township Public School District will be moving to a virtual learning status. During this time, students are expected to follow the online learning assignments outlined in the letters they received yesterday. All school and district activities are canceled/postponed effective Saturday, March 14, until further notice. This includes SACC and any afterschool activity. It is anticipated that the virtual learning status will remain until Friday, March 27, at which point officials will reassess the situation.
The Totowa School District will be closed starting March 16 and will be moving to a virtual learning status. All school and district activities are canceled/postponed effective Saturday, March 14 until Sunday, March 29. At that point, school leaders will reassess the situation and confer with local, county, and state officials. Visit http://www.totowa.k12.nj.us for updates.
The Woodland Park School District has activated its Alternative Learning Plan and will close school starting March 16. All school and district activities are canceled/postponed effective Saturday, March 14 until further notice. This includes before-care and after-care, evening events and activities. It is anticipated that this alternative learning plan will remain in effect until Friday, March 27, at which point officials will reassess the situation.