New Jersey Allows Students Back Into Schools to Get their Belongings


HOLMDEL, NJ – New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s latest executive has reopened schools which have been shut down since mid-March.  Students, who may be accompanied by parents or guardians, may enter school premises to retrieve personal belongings from lockers, classrooms, or other areas left back when the shutdown began.  The decision on the process and times to allow retrieval of personal items will be decided by the local school districts and the schools.  Please be sure to check your school Facebook page, website or online portal for news about this.  Photo by Joshua Hoehne on Unsplash



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