Livingston Schools’ Reopening Plan Still Uncertain; Students to Start on Sept. 8; Remote Option Offered

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With seven weeks left until September 1, when teachers are expected to begin the school year, Livingston Public Schools superintendent Matthew Block and the Livingston Board of Education, on Wednesday, July 15, continued to outline the planning process and the three overall options for school reopening in the fall. No specific plan was disclosed, however.

The meeting was held virtually via Zoom and live-streamed on the district’s Facebook page.

“Tonight, we will not present any specific plans for the fall,” said Block, explaining that new information comes out daily and that “the virus will be with us for an extended time; there are continuing outbreaks.”



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