The Woodbine Elementary School has switched to all-remote learning. The school district made the announcement on its social media page over the weekend, and all students were required to log in and be ready to be taught virtually by 8am Monday.
Wildwood’s Glenwood Avenue School and Early Childhood Annex have both switched to 100 percent remote learning as of today. School Superintendent J. Kenyon Cummings notes in a letter to parents that both schools will be closed to in-person learning through December 10th. In-person learning has been suspended.
The Cape May City Elementary School resumed in-person learning today. In a letter posted on the school’s website, Superintendent Zachary Palombo noted that in-person learning will continue up until Cape May County moves from high risk to very high risk, or if current levels of safety are not achievable.
There are expected to be more changes announced by Governor Murphy during his press conference Monday. NJ.com reports that Murphy will announce the prohibition of indoor youth and high school sports through January 2nd, and reduce outdoor gathering limits to just 25. Murphy is expected to make these announcements during his Covid-19 briefing Monday afternoon. …
Cape May County is under both a Wind Advisory, and a Coastal Flood Advisory for Monday. Accu Weather says winds could gust up to 45mph during a wet, windy day on Monday. There could be some minor tidal flooding during Monday morning’s high tide event, up to one foot of inundation.
Cape May County added 57 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, all but one case being in the community. The other was in a long term care facility in Dennis Township. Lower Township continues to lead the way with 134 cases of the virus; 11 new cases were added Sunday in Lower, and 12 in…
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says a complete state shutdown remains on the table, but he’s certainly hoping it will be avoided. Murphy appeared on Fox News Sunday and stated that a state shutdown would be a last resort. He does say the state faces huge challenges over the next 90 days.
New Jersey added over 3,800 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. State health officials also reported 13 new deaths from the virus. This is the second day in a row where the number of new cases were under 4,000.
Cape May County added one new death from coronavirus on Saturday. A 61 year old male from Middle Township lost his life. 58 new cases were reported on Saturday, and all of the County’s 17 non-resident cases are from Cape May. Every community in the County has at least one case of the virus.
62 year old Donald Falcone of North Wildwood has been charged by Wildwood Police with burglary and aggravated assault following an incident at a home on East Magnolia Avenue on November 21st. Police say Falcone knocked on the door of an apartment with a crowbar-like object. Falcone dropped the crowbar and retrieved two kitchen knives…