Our Reopening-2021

Welcome Back to our Classroom Champions


 Reopening Plan 2021-2022

Introduction

English: Our Reopening Plan and Frequently Asked Questions have been updated as of October 1, 2021 based on recent guidance we have received from local and State departments.
Chinese: 我们的重新开放计划和常见问题已根据我们从地方和州部门收到的最新指导于 2021 年 10 月 1 日更新
Japanese: 現地および州の部門から受け取った最近のガイダンスに基づいて、2021年10月1日の時点で、再開計画とよくある質問が更新されました。
Korean: 등교 재개 계획 및 자주 하는 질문은 지역 및 주정부 부서에서 받은 최근 지침에 따라 2021년 10월 1일자로 업데이트 되었습니다.
Spanish: Nuestro Plan de Reapertura y Preguntas Frecuentes han sido actualizados a partir del 1 de Octubre 2021 en base a la dirección que hemos recibido de los departamentos locales y del Estado.



With the beginning of the school year only weeks away, our excitement continues to build as we diligently plan to welcome students and staff back to school in the safest, most practical way possible.  The first day of school for all students is September 9, 2021. While we understand that everyone wants to return to a “normal” environment, unfortunately, we are not there yet.  The most recent information on the COVID-19 virus and Delta variant warrants us to be especially mindful of health and safety protocols in place for the 2021-2022 school year. 


Our Reopening Plan outlines the Fort Lee Public Schools’ COVID protocols for the 2021-2022 school year.  We will continue to consult with the Fort Lee Health Department and rely on the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC - www.cdc.gov), the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH - www.nj.gov/health), the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE - www.nj.gov/education) and the American Academy of Pediatrics to make adjustments to our plan as needed.   


Please note that our plan may fluctuate along a continuum with a fully normal school environment on one end of the continuum, followed by a minimally restrictive, moderately restrictive, and most restrictive environment at the opposite end of the continuum.  A fully normal school environment represents what we experienced prior to the COVID-19 health emergency.  The most restrictive environment represents a fully remote instructional model.  A moderately restrictive environment would include a hybrid instructional model, with all of the health and safety protocols we implemented last school year.  The Reopening Plan we are putting forward reflects a minimally restrictive environment.  At this point, our plan is to provide full-day, full-time, in-person instruction and operations with the implementation of safety measures that incorporate the most current COVID-19 health guidance.  This plan remains fluid and the protocols listed below are subject to change at any time as a result of new information received from State and local health departments and the New Jersey Department of Education.
FLPS Reopening Plan 2021-2022.pdf
FLPS FAQs for Reopening Schools 2021-2022.pdf