Jackson Liberty High School Switches to All-Remote Learning After COVID-19 Flare Up Related to Girls Soccer Team

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ – The Jackson Township School District today notified parents of students at Jackson Liberty that the school will switch to an all-remote learning schedule effective immediately.   Allison Erwin, communications officer for the district said two students have been tested positive and after meeting with Ocean County Health Department officials, the district made the determination to cancel in-school learning services through the end of October.

“Two individuals tested positive and after we analyzed the facts, we decided to move all students to an all-remote instruction effective immediately through October 30th,” Erwin said. “We anticipate to be able to return to in-person after the November break.”

Erwin said the flare-up was related to the Jackson Liberty Girls soccer team and announced that that sports program must suspend games and practices at this time.   Erwin said anyone who may have had contact with the infected students has already been notified.


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