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Hawes Elementary School Goes Full Remote Due to COVID

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, Due to two recent separate positive COVID-19 cases of unknown origin, Hawes Elementary School will transition to all remote learning tomorrow, Monday, November 30, 2020. In-person instruction will resume on Thursday, December 10, 2020. Hawes Elementary School students should not participate in out-of-school activities during this time of remote learning. The situation is fluid and updated information from the NJDOH may
alter this return date.

After a careful review, the district in coordination with the Ridgewood Health Officer was not able to identify a clear connection or origin of infection between the two cases. Therefore, according to the NJDOH COVID-19 Regional Risk Matrix and the Ridgewood Health Officer, it is recommended that we transition to remote learning.

All close contacts have been identified and notified. If you have not been notified then your child has not been determined to be a close contact.


7 thoughts on “Hawes Elementary School Goes Full Remote Due to COVID

  1. See you in September….

  2. How did they get school originated covid cases on Sunday if the school wad closed for four days.

  3. Good question….

  4. Orchard today. Whats up?

  5. More cases regarding RHS today. To be closed longer than first reported. Something seems to be happening there.

  6. It is Dec 1st with more cases at most schools and a plea by the BOE to call the school nurse if anyone in the household has the virus. At last someone is taking this serious.

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