COVID-19 Information

  • On May 4, 2020, Governor Murphy communicated that districts are required to continue remote learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. During my updates, I have made you aware of a variety of information and resources which can be accessed at

     To read the full letter from the superintendent, please click here.


  • On Friday, March 6th, 2020, a NJDOE Broadcast was initiated in which school districts
    were informed that in the event of a mandated close of school due to the potential
    spread of a contagious virus named COVID-19, remote instruction would be considered
    appropriate educational services and count towards the required 180 days of

    This plan was assembled to provide a framework for maintaining essential functions
    and services during an inevitable elongated school closing. This plan does not replace
    or supersedes any existing emergency plan approved by the Keyport Board of
    Education, but supplements it meeting the specific needs of this particular emergency
    and timeline.