COUNTY REPORTS EIGHT ADDITIONAL COVID-19 CASES; NON-RESIDENT CASES DECLINE

Cape May County reported eight new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, with only one of them being a non-resident case.  The overall number of non-resident coronavirus cases has dropped to just 40, which is more than half of what it was earlier this month.  Two new resident cases were reported Wednesday in both Sea Isle City, …

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WILDWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS OUTLINE SCHEDULE FOR FALL

Wildwood Public Schools announced this week that it will follow a hybrid learning model for the school year.  The district will break students into two groups, and rotate them through the classroom this fall.  Every Wednesday will be a remote learning day for all students in the school district. A copy of the plan has …

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LOWER CAPE MAY REGIONAL DISTRICT GOING TO HYBRID SCHEDULE IN SEPTEMBER

The Lower Cape May School District is going to a hybrid schedule in the fall.  Superintendent Joseph Castellucci issued a letter to parents on Wednesday stating that 25 percent of students will receive in-class instruction with 75 percent of the students doing remote learning.  Students will be segmented into four groups for rotation purposes.  Each …

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MURPHY: PRIVATE HOUSE PARTIES ARE DRIVING UP COVID-19 CASES IN NJ

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has called out teenagers for putting New Jersey at risk with coronavirus.  During his Wednesday briefing, Murphy says the age group of 14 to 19 year olds are attending these house parties and exposing each other to the virus.  Murphy says the state has slipped backwards, and back to daily …

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SOME DEMOCRATS WANT NEW JERSEY SCHOOLS TO BE CLOSED IN SEPTEMBER

Three democratic lawmakers have introduced a bill in Trenton that would require all public schools to be closed during this upcoming school year, with remote learning being offered instead.  Three democratic members of the New Jersey Assembly have introduced the bill which goes directly against the plan fronted by their party’s governor, Phil Murphy.  The …

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