Brielle Elementary School has ‘work to do’ this summer

Brielle Elementary School. FILE PHOTO

BRIELLE — Brielle Elementary will introduce programming addressing issues of equity, diversity and inclusion in the wake of worldwide protests against police brutality and other forms of systemic racism, according to a school board report discussed Wednesday night.

Superintendent Christine Carlson also addressed the school’s three-fold plan for the 2020-2021 school year. According to Ms. Carlson, lack of guidance from the state has necessitated planning for three possible scenarios in September: A return to normal, a continuation of remote learning and a hybrid of the previous two.

“We have a lot of work to do this summer,” Ms. Carlson said.


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