One of New Jersey’s largest school districts is aiming for five days per week of classroom instruction in most buildings by month’s end.
Students in Woodbridge resumed a hybrid schedule on March 1 after more than three months of all-remote learning due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Schools Superintendent Robert Zega said Friday that progress has been made in the past five weeks.
“We are happy to report that we finally have most of our schools back to 5 days of instruction. Those schools that are not back to 5 days will be hopefully back to 5 days very, very shortly,”