WESTFIELD, NJ — The school board earlier this week approved the district’s hybrid learning model for the coming academic year.

Students in grades 6-12 will see two days a week of in-person instruction and K-5 students will see 2.5 days of in-person instruction per week with students alternating in-person instruction every other Wednesday, school officials said.

The public saw for the first time the district’s “Restart and Recovery Plan” and at the online board meeting posed numerous questions to school officials.

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While the questions were not visible to the public, school officials said that parents asked over 240 questions through a chat seen by the district’s administration. The school officials promised they would answer those questions in an FAQ to be posted to the district’s website.

On Friday, the district posted that FAQ on the same day Gov. Phil Murphy announced that the state Department of Education had posted an FAQ of its own.

Click here to view the Westfield Public School District’s School Opening FAQ.

Click here to view the Westfield Public School District’s Restart and Recovery plan.

Click here to view the state Department of Education’s FAQ.

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