NOTICE OF JANUARY MEETINGSNORTHERN BURLINGTON COUNTY REGIONALBOARD OF EDUCATION Notice is hereby given that the Northern Burlington County Regional Board of Education will...
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NOTICE OF FEBRUARY MEETINGS NORTHERN BURLINGTON COUNTY REGIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION Notice is hereby given that the Northern Burlington County Regional Board of...
Event: Board of Education Special Meeting
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Event: Board of Education Work Session Meeting
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Event: Board of Education Regular Meeting
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
January 2, 2022
Although we were looking forward to reopening school to in-person instruction on Monday January 3, it has become apparent that NB will need to pivot to remote learning this week. The district has just received approval from the Burlington County Office of Education and the Department of Health to do so. This request and subsequent approval is based on the positive cases and symptomatic numbers reported among our staff. These totals have changed significantly in the last 24 hours. It is essential that we are able to properly staff our schools with teachers, support staff, and administrators so that our students can have a safe and effective learning environment. At this time, it is clear that we are faced with a significant number of faculty and staff impacted by COVID which makes it impractical for us to adequately staff and implement our programs. As a result, we are forced to make the following changes to our schedule:
Monday, January 3, 2022 will be a professional development day for faculty and staff, there will be NO SCHOOL for students.
Tuesday, January 4 - Friday, January 7, 2022, will be remote instruction for students.
Here are the details that parents/guardians can expect for this week:
Monday, January 3
• Teachers will email all parents and students the directions for how to access classes for the remainder of this week
• Teachers will also post directions in Google Classroom for how to join virtual classes
Tuesday - Friday, January 4-7
• Teachers will be in-person, students will be remote
• Teachers and students will follow a regular bell schedule with all classes meeting virtually each day
• Attendance will be taken for each class
• In cases where a teacher is absent, alternate plans will be posted for students on Google Classroom
• Plans for lunch distribution will be forthcoming
Monday, January 10
• Students return to in-person classes
After-School Activities - 1/3/22 - 1/7/22:
• In-person practices/games will resume for both the High School and Middle School.
• Teams impacted by staff shortages will be notified by the coach via Google Classroom.
• Students are expected to attend all in-person practices/games as regularly scheduled
• Practices will start at approximately 3:00 PM, and end at approximately 5:00 PM
• Games will start as per the RSchool athletic schedule found on www.nburlington.com
• No after-school transportation will be provided. Students must secure rides to and from after-school practices. Transportation will be provided for off-campus games.
• Spectators to after-school games are currently not limited. Face coverings must be worn.
We will continue to closely monitor our numbers and keep you advised of any developments.
James Sarruda, Ed.D
December 20, 2021
Recently a notification letter was mailed to those individuals who may have been impacted by a data security incident suffered by the Northern Burlington County Regional School District. The letter you may have received from the Northern Burlington County Regional School District is legitimate. To date, we know of no misuse of any information.
It is important that you review your notification letter closely. If your personally identifiable information (PII) was involved, the school provided important information about the incident, what information was involved, and what services Northern Burlington County Regional School District is providing to those whose personally identifiable information was involved to protect against the potential for identity theft or fraud.
If on the other hand, your PII was not involved, you may have received a letter addressing unauthorized access to student records. Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, or “FERPA,” the school is required to document unauthorized access to student information in a student’s file. However, given the nature of this event, we deemed it appropriate to not only document the incident but also send a formal notification letter.
Again, please be advised that to date, we know of no misuse of any information.
If you have any further questions regarding the incident, please call the toll-free dedicated assistance phone line also known as the Call Center identified in the letter that you received. The Call Center is staffed with individuals who have the information available to answer your question(s).
Care Solace: New Support Service
NBCRSD continues to prioritize the mental health of our staff, students, and our families. This year, we are proud to partner with Care Solace, a mental health concierge service. If you or a family member are looking for help with mental health or substance abuse, Care Solace can quickly find treatment options matched to your needs regardless of the circumstances. Disclaimer: Information on individual providers is based on search criteria such as geographic proximity and status of insurance. NBCRSD does not recommend, endorse, promote, or refer to any of the individual treatment providers. Care Solace’s multilingual team is available 24/7/365. Search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone. https://caresolace.com/site/nbcrsd
GRADUATION CEREMONY 2021 LIVE STREAM
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