PISCATAWAY, NJ — Piscataway Superintendent Dr. Frank Ranelli announced Friday that students who currently attend school in-person as Group 1 or Group 2 hybrid students will soon be able to be there five days a week. 

Under the new plan that starts Monday, May 17th, Ranelli said Mondays and Fridays will remain as early dismissal days for all students.

In his message, Ranelli added:

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“Parents who wish to change their child’s learning plan and opt-in for in-person instruction beginning on Monday, May 17 should contact their child’s building principal.

Students will be approved for in-person learning on a case by case basis, as space is available. Once again, please contact your building principal with any requests or questions.     

We hope this is another important step towards a return to in-person instruction for all in the 2021-2022 school year, and we will keep you updated as to our efforts toward that goal throughout the spring and summer.”

To read Ranelli’s complete letter which includes additional information and reminders for families, click here.

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