ROSELLE, NJ — Roselle Public Schools have begun to plan for the 2020-2021 academic year and are inviting parents to join in on that process.

This announcement comes two weeks after Governor Murphy announced that schools should begin planning how they can safely reopen in the fall. Part of the guidance plan released by The N.J. Department of Education calls for each school district to create its own ‘Restart Committees.’ 

“These Committees should include district- and school-level administrators, school board members or charter trustees, local education association representatives, educators, parents, and students.” the plan suggests.

The 'Return to Learn Planning Teams' organized by the school district are on a volunteer basis and will be divided into four teams. They are Pre-K and Kindergarten, Grades 1-4, Grades 5-8 and Grades 9-12. Parents wishing to join can find the sign up form on the homepage of the school district’s website. There are forms in English, Spanish and Creole.