PISCATAWAY, NJ – In his second update to Piscataway school district families on Monday, Superintendent Dr. Frank Ranelli stated:
“All district schoolwork will be available online at 7:15 Tuesday morning.
“To access remote learning plans/activities, go to our district site (piscatawayschools.org) or to your child’s school webpage and select the tab Remote/Virtual Instructional Plan.
“Once you have accessed the tab, you will find grade clusters (Preschool, Elementary School, Intermediate School, Middle School, and High School). Select what is appropriate and applies to your situation. Inside the clusters you will find the assignments with directions for PreK-Grade 12.
“Paper-based assignments are available for students without access to technology. They can be picked-up at Kennedy Library (500 Hoes Lane) and Westergard Library (20 Murray Ave.) between the hours of 11:00am-1:00pm. You may also pick-up at the Piscataway Board of Education Administrative Offices located at 1515 Stelton Road. These sites will be for pick-up of resources only.
“If you need assistance, please contact the number for the main office of your child’s school during school hours. If you have to leave a message, someone will respond within 24 hours.
“Once again, this information will be emailed to you as well. Thank you.”