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Virtual Learning

Parents and Students - If you have any questions regarding how to do any of the assigned work, please feel free to reach out to your teachers.  Just a reminder that he or she is sitting by the computer, ready to help and assist in any way. 

It's important that we keep the learning going so that when students return they will be able to pick up where they left off.  Additionally, so many of our teachers have arranged for ways that students can see their classmates faces and engage in learning in an interactive and fun way - this will be so important for our students' anxiety and mood - seeing our friends and familiar faces will help to lessen the isolation for our young children.   

Please reach out if you need any assistance!  We are all in this together to help our children continue learning and being successful!   

News & Announcements

Morning Announcement for Monday, 3-30-20

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School Closing Update - March 25, 2020

Good day Hazlet community. I begin by thanking all our parents/families for their substantial efforts in adjusting to this new reality. Officially, I write to announce that the District closure will extend through spring break to Sunday, April 19 at which time we will look to the governor for additional direction. We will honor the in-place hiatus (April 10-19) as is in order to shut down the computers, close the text books, sequester the Google docs, take a deep breath (or two) and recharge those batteries. The third marking period will conclude as scheduled and grades will be posted according to the in-place timeline. This week, I have received multiple emails from administrators, teachers, parents and even students recognizing the need for virtual instruction though feeling the strain of such an adjustment. As such, please encourage your kids to stay the course a bit longer as a break from this unfamiliar routine is literally just around the corner.

Please note: As per governmental mandate, no building permits for use of any of our district facilities will be honored until further notice. 


Please click above for access to a Google site with fine motor/handwriting activities for parents to reference during the school closure.

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