WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. - Washington Township High School is postponing hybrid classes until Monday, September 28, school officials announced.
In a letter sent out Wednesday, Superintendent Joseph Bollendorf stated new COVID-19 cases were found, including some high school students and a staff member.
The school nurses and the Gloucester County Department of Health had undertaken a large-scale contact tracing endeavor.
Officials stated the tracing effort would take a while and had no choice but to push back the hybrid start date from Thursday, September 24 to September 28.
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