Central Elementary switches fifth grade to all-virtual learning as of Friday

Switch expected to last just one week, and students expected to return to hybrid by Jan. 25.

On Thursday, Haddonfield School District Superintendent Chuck Klaus issued a release, stating that one grade within Central Elementary School would return to an all-virtual learning model, effective the following day, Jan. 15.

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The move is expected to last for one week, through Friday, Jan. 22.

Klaus explained in the missive: “This decision was based in part on our analysis of COVID data, including 1 COVID+ case, two close contacts to a COVID+ student, two COVID+ family exposures, two quarantined teachers teaching virtually, and at least two other
students currently experiencing COVID-like symptoms and awaiting test results.

“Students in grade 5 will use the contingency plan listed on page 17 of the district’s ROAD BACK plan. Live sessions will be held at 9 a.m., 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. This decision was made in consultation with the Camden County Department of Health and our school physician.

“We anticipate our fifth-graders will return to in-person hybrid instruction on Monday, January 25th. Please note that this notification only impacts grade 5 at Central School.”

 

 

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