ROSELLE, NJ — The Roselle Public Schools have announced a Facebook live broadcast from Superintendent Fisher to fully explain how the district will be organizing students in the new hybrid learning model. The date and time of the broadcast have not yet been confirmed by the district.
Ahead of the broadcast the Roselle Public Schools have finalized the way students will be organized within the hybrid learning model.
Students in grades Pre-K to 8 will be divided into two cohorts, A and B. Cohort A students will attend in-person school on Monday and Tuesday and learn virtually Wednesday through Friday. Students in Cohort B will attend in-person school on Thursday and Friday and learn virtually Monday through Wednesday.
For Abraham Clark High School, students will be divided into four cohorts. Each cohort will only have in-person school one day a week. Cohort A1 on Monday, Cohort A2 on Tuesday, Cohort B1 on Wednesday and Cohort B2 on Thursday. Students will learn virtually every day they are not in-person learning.
The district is also in the process of developing a plan that will assign every child in a family to the same cohort regardless of grade. The School Learning Management System will be used for all virtual classes, programs and services. Virtual instruction will be a full day of school, the same as in-person learning.