Here’s What School Could Look Like for Your Children This Fall

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TOMS RIVER, NJ – The Toms River Regional School District held a school orientation last week.  Although students in Toms River will not be returning to the classroom in September, the day gave New Jersey residents a glimpse of what school is going to look like this fall.

School orientations kicked off today at the elementary level, with kindergarteners getting the chance to meet their teachers, gather needed materials, and connect with their school before beginning enhanced virtual learning in a couple weeks. All safety protocols were followed and groups were limited to 10 students at a time. At East Dover Elementary School (left), Principal Matt Gray and Supervisor JoAnn Nocera happily look on as a student roll call is taken. At Citta Elementary School, Principal Shannon Brown and Supervisor Christopher Blessing developed an engaging and comprehensive virtual presentation.

 

 


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