The Bayonne Public Schools will continue remote learning through November 4th, the end of the first marking period, according to a letter from Superintendent of Schools Dr. John Niesz.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“As part of our continuing effort to evaluate our learning plan, it has been determined that all learning will be remote until Wednesday, November 4, 2020 – the end of the 1st Marking Period,” Niesz wrote yesterday.
“Although virtual learning can be frustrating for students and staff, our ultimate goal is the health and safety of all members of our community while continuing to provide a thorough education for all.”
He continued that all updates would be sent via email and would also be posted on the Bayonne Board of Education’s website.
On August 12th, Niesz revealed that all Bayonne classes would resume virtually and would last through at least the end of September.
Earlier this month, Jersey City Superintendent of Schools Franklin Walker announced that their remote learning plans would run through mid-November, specifically November 16th, when the first marking period ends.