Jackson School District Remote Learning Plan and Resources

  • In April 2020, all school districts in New Jersey were required to ensure the continuity of instruction in the event of a public-health-related district closure. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:7F-9, schools must be in session for 180 days to receive state aid. That statute details that when a district is required to close the schools of the district for more than three consecutive school days due to a declared state of emergency, declared public health emergency, or a directive and/or recommendation by the appropriate health agency or officer to institute a public health-related closure, that virtual or remote instruction commensurate with in-person instruction will count towards the district’s 180-day requirement.

    The state requires that all districts create and publish their Emergency Virtual or Remote Instruction Plan in the event that Full Districtwide Virtual or Remote Closure is necessary. This page contains a link to the district's plan, and some helpful resources for parents and students if that becomes necessary.

    See the 2023-2024 Jackson School District - Emergency Virtual or Remote Instruction Plan

Resources for Parents