Cherry Hill School District delays hybrid learning due to COVID-19 cases reported among students

Students in the Cherry Hill Public School District will not go back to classrooms Tuesday for hybrid learning.

The district says there are three dozen new coronavirus cases in school-aged children throughout the township.

 In a letter to parents, the district says the infected students attend multiple schools throughout the district.

"I share in the disappointment many of you feel at this news. As a district, our schools and staff are prepared and ready to welcome students back. I ask everyone to take all appropriate measures to minimize the spread of the virus as directed by the Camden County Department of Health, Gov. Phil Murphy, and the CDC," Cherry Hill Schools Superintendent Dr. Joseph Meloche wrote.

The district is delaying hybrid learning until Nov. 30.


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