Hundreds of NJ students test positive for COVID-19; schools switch to virtual learning

Mendham Township Middle School went back to in-person learning after going all-remote

Hundreds of COVID-19 cases are being reported in school districts across the state and a handful of schools switched to all-virtual learning — at least temporarily — as students were quarantined. Robbinsville High School is following a remote format this week after 22 students tested positive.

In West Windsor-Plainsboro, Maurice Hawk Elementary School will operate under virtual instruction for the week. A total of 150 district students are in quarantine or isolation as a result of travel or being in close contact with someone testing positive for COVID-19. Mendham Township Middle School went back to in-person learning on Monday after going all-remote.

 

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