e end of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gloucester County Public Schools officials have developed plans for the continuity of learning that will allow seniors to graduate and all other students to be promoted to the next grade level.
The officials have determined that the third quarter of the school year concluded on March 13, the last day of in-person instruction. All students will receive traditional grades for the third quarter which will be determined by their work and grades earned from Jan. 30 to March 13.
Students may improve their third-quarter grades by submitting any missing assignments that would have been expected prior to the school closure and/or submitting distance learning materials that were assigned March 16 through April 17.
Those completed materials are due at the child’s school by Monday, April 20, and will be used to adjust final third-quarter grades. There is no penalty for not submitting the materials. Grades for submitted materials will...
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