ROSELLE, NJ - With the school year getting ready to start, the Roselle Public Schools have released the daily schedules for each grade.
"The past few months have been challenging, as we have all tried to adjust to our new normal,” said Superintendent Fisher in a letter to families. “Please know that the Roselle Public Schools commitment to our student scholars and their families remains the same. We want to provide the best instructional experience, while maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all.”
School days will be split into two segments, virtual school in the mornings and student support/intervention in the afternoon. Morning sessions will last for 4 hours for pre-K through 8th grade and 4.5 hours for high schoolers. The afternoon sessions will be just over an hour on average. Every grade has at least 1 hour free between 12:45 and 1:45 p.m.
To prepare for the virtual marking period the district is also going to be distributing devices to make sure all students can keep up with their work. Parents will have to fill out Student Device Release Form/Permission Slip for each of their students on the Genesis Parent Portal.
After the form is submitted the district will announce the pick up date and times. Distribution of loaner devices is going to begin on September 2, the Wednesday before classes begin on Tuesday, September 8.