ROXBURY, NJ – Meetings of the Roxbury Board of Education will take place in remote fashion, accessible by the public via a link on the district’s website, said Roxbury Schools Superintendent Loretta Radulic.
The move reflects similar action being taken by the Roxbury Mayor and Council. All schools and all township buildings, including town hall, are closed to the public as a way of preventing the spread of the virus responsible for COVID-19.
Radulic, in a video message to parents, said Roxbury schools – closed on March 13 – will not be re-opening soon. She said students will continue to receive their education at home until at least April 20, the Monday following Spring Break.
“Please review our calendars for open and close days and remember April 9 is a snow-day giveback day,” said the superintendent. “We will continue to provide instruction and emotional support to the families of Roxbury. Let’s remain flexible, patient, kind and communicative. There will be an end to this experience as there are ends to all experiences.”
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