Going remote or staying fully in-person: A look at some school districts across New Jersey

Most schools across New Jersey are closed this week for the holidays, but many have already made plans to return remotely for at least the first week of 2022 as a precautionary measure.
South Orange, Maplewood and Irvington schools will move to virtual instruction through Jan. 10.
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Students at Paterson schools will do the same, but they'll be learning remotely through Jan.18.
Newark could make the same move. The superintendent of the state's largest district recently told parents in a letter there's a possibility it could go at least temporarily remote following the holidays.
Trenton schools has a similar plan. Currently, they expect to return in-person, but officials say they're watching case numbers and have a contingency plan.
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Other districts in New Jersey are planning to return fully in-person, including Toms River, Freehold and Jackson.
Those schools have no expectations of going remote when students return.