School sticks to program for final month of class

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LAVALLETTE — Elementary school leadership will continue to “stay the course” as the conclusion of the 2020-2021 academic year, June 18, approaches.

Lavallette Elementary School has maintained full-time in-person learning with minimum reported COVID-19 case numbers through its use of a cohort model.

“I would say there’s stress. Kids have been in the same room all day long … it is difficult. But I think we’re in a really good spot,” Superintendent Peter Morris told school board members on Tuesday, May 18.

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“We’re doing OK right now. We’re going to keep doing what we’re doing,” he reiterated later in the meeting.

“If it’s not broke, why fix it, right?” board member Steve Shohfi responded.

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