Educators and Support Staff of the Morris School District
COVID-19 Vaccine Locations for Eligible Recipients
State of NJ
COVID-19 vaccines are now available in New Jersey for certain qualified recipients, including healthcare workers, residents and staff of long-term and congregate care facilities, sworn law enforcement, fire professionals, and other first responders, individuals over 65, and individuals 16-64 with certain medical conditions as defined by the CDC. click to find out more info.
Checklist for the Re-Opening of School 2020-2021
State of NJ, DOE
To assist with development and review of school reopening plans, this checklist presents the Anticipated Minimum Standards detailed in the NJDOE’s “The Road Back: Restart and Recovery Plan for Education,” ... click to read the document.
DEMAND CONGRESS GIVE COVID-19 RELIEF HELP TO PUBLIC SCHOOL...
With our country and public schools facing serious financial challenges due to the COVID-19 crisis, students need you to speak up now! click to read more.
All Hands on Deck: Initial Guidance Regarding Reopening School Buildings
A guide to intentionally planning for school success during COVID-19 and beyond with health, safety, and equity at the forefront...click to read more.
Educator Rights to Leave Under Federal Law
This page summarizes your rights under federal law. Always check with your local and state associations for assistance in enforcing these rights and about additional rights you may have under state laws...click to read more.
COVID-19: Are NJ Teachers Ready To Go Back To School?
By Phil Andrews
Marie Blistan, president of the New Jersey Education Association, says the state's largest teachers union is still ironing out schooling amid the global COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic...click to read more.
Member Webinar: Returning Safely to In-Person Instruction
By Cindy Long
As debate over reopening schools intensifies, NEA recently took questions from its members to address the unprecedented challenges facing educators and students...click to read more.
NJ Teachers Develop Possible Back-To-School Coronavirus Rules