Municipal courts in the State of New Jersey are closed through March 27. The State announced on Saturday that court offices will be open, but municipal court dates will be cancelled at least through March 27 due to the coronavirus.
The Lower Cape May Regional School District has cancelled all field trips. In a letter dated March 11th that appears on the district’s website, Superintendent Joseph Castelucci announced that all assemblies, dances, concerts, evening events and sporting events will remain as scheduled.
The Cape May County Technical School District has cancelled or postponed various events to be held this month due to the outbreak of coronavirus. A job fair, prom fashion show, and game of life are cancelled, while a career expo and freshman scheduling are postponed and likely to be rescheduled to a later date.
The Wildwood Public School District has cancelled all field trips that do not include a place other than the school campuses. School Superintendent J. Kenyon Kummings announced on the district’s website that the district submitted a home instruction plan on March 10th, shall schools be directed by the state to transition away from classroom education.
The Middle Township School District is preparing to transition to online instruction, if directed by the New Jersey Department of Education. Superintendent David Salvo issued a letter on the district’s website saying a home instruction plan has been submitted to the County Department of Education. Home instruction days will count towards the mandated 180 days…
No more classes at Atlantic Cape Community College. The college announced that online education will be held through March 30th. Classes are cancelled from March 23rd through the 29th; then, starting on March 30th, online education will begin.
St. Augustine Prep and Our Lady of Mercy Academy are both closed until March 30th. Both schols have suspended all campus activities. Teachers at St. Augustine report to school on Monday to discuss cyber education.
The all new American Dream Mall in northern New Jersey is shutting its doors as a precaution to the coronavirus. The mall is closing on Monday and anticipates being closed through the end of March.
The Diocese of Trenton, which handles four counties in northern New Jersey, is closing its 35 Catholic schools and 100 religious education programs. Schools will be closed at least through March 27th.
Cape May County has announced additional closures courtesy of coronavirus. The County Park and Zoo remains open, but exhibit buildings will not be accessible to the public. Election Board polling classes are cancelled until further notice, and all County senior centers will be closed until further notice, as of March 16th.