The 2020/21 school year has been a real challenge, to say the least with the ongoing concerns of the coronavirus pandemic. The Pleasantville school district has just made an announcement that will affect the rest of the year.

The Press of Atlantic City reports that all Pleasantville schools will stay in fully remote instruction mode for the rest of the school year. The district is also planning a extensive mold restoration in all buildings. Mold has been reported in all six schools of the district.

Much needed repairs will also be made inside and outside of all the schools including roof repairs and heating and cooling issues. These repairs will begin sometime this summer.  The restoration project will begin immediately. The projects will cost the school district more than $10 million dollars.

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After a difficult and challenging academic year, Stockton University will return to some kind of normalcy when the 2021/2022 school year begins in the fall.

According to the website Patch, normal operations and capacities will be back at Stockton University including classes, housing, and student activities. When the Fall 2021 semester begins, 70 percent of classes will be in person with the rest of the classes consisting of some kind of hybrid component.

The 2021 Commencement at Stockton University is tentatively scheduled for May 11th through May 14th at the Galloway Campus. State COVID regulations for outdoor gatherings will impact the exact dates and capacity limits.
source: pressofatlnticcity.com patch.com

 

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