SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - South Brunswick school district will complete the year without any changes to the schedule, according to Superintendent Scott Feder. At a recent Board of Education meeting, Feder announced that the current ‘hybrid model’ will remain in effect until the end of the school year on June 22nd, 2021.
High School and Middle School will continue to operate on a hybrid model, with partial in person and online learning. The school district will not be able to bring in any more kid for elementary school, adding more would result in changing schedules and reshaping class sizes, according to Feder.
Governor Murphy has said that all New Jersey schools should operate fully in-person next year with no option for remote learning. The South Brunswick Board of Education has yet to announce a fully in-person schedule for the 2022 school year, Feder said that they are still waiting upon instructions from the state.
“We are still waiting to see. I will be doing forums once we get more information from the state,” Feder said, “Until we hear more we are not ready to have those conversations. Hopefully we can get all the kids back in school.”
The district will hold a graduation ceremony for South Brunswick High School students as well as a prom. Fifth grade graduation ceremonies will also be held this summer, according to Feder.
South Brunswick parents will receive an online survey about whether their children should return to full in-person learning in 2022.