April 14, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 36
A message of support and appreciation, and a pledge of continued service, from the NJSBA president.
To continue meeting our members’ training and information needs, NJSBA has established a full schedule of virtual programs.
Virtual Events Include Educators on the Front Line, Remote Learning, Parenting During a Pandemic, and More
Facebook Live events, podcasts and webinars are scheduled throughout the week.
The disclosure statements are electronic forms filed with the School Ethics Commission.
The STEAM Tank “At Home” Challenge encourages students to look around the house and see if they can invent or modify a product and solve a problem that would make their family’s life better.
April elections were moved to May 12. The NJDOE has issued guidance regarding the calendar and budget procedures for the new election date.
A district's move to protect staff did not discriminate against parents, the NJDOE commissioner ruled.
Coming through in a crisis: Teachers provide hospitals with necessary protective gear for medical personnel.
The USDOE provides a fact sheet on the allowable use of funds from existing grant programs during the pandemic.
The virtual meeting will take place at 1 p.m. on April 30 with call-in information provided for the public.