Quarantine Instructions for Students

In January, 2022, the State of New Jersey Department of Health issued new Quarantine Protocols for Schools.

Please click on the link to view the most current: New Jersey Department of Health Quarantine Protocols

Please click on the link to review: Symptoms of COVID-19

If students are required to miss school due to Covid-19, we strongly recommend taking the following steps to stay up to date in classes:

1. Check Google Classroom for all courses each day, and also check school email daily.

2. Communicate via email with the teacher if they have any clarifying questions. Students and teachers should work out opportunities, as appropriate, for access to virtual instruction via Zoom or Google Meet. This schedule template will assist students in the process. Students should complete the plan and then share it with their teachers, their grade level counselors, and their parents/guardians.

3. Attend Block 5 tutorial virtually. Some teachers are able to offer virtual tutorials, depending on the number of in-person tutorial attendees. You should email your teachers to check if they offer this option.

4. If you need further assistance, you may access after-hours tutorials. The weekly after-hours tutorial schedule can be found here.

5. Complete the After-Hours Tutorial Sign-Up Form in order to register and receive the virtual meeting information.


If a student has tested positive for COVID-19, please fill out and submit this form:

COVID-19 Case Reporting Form

This form is to be used only to report positive COVID-19 cases. It is not intended to report a student absent from school.

COVID-19 has the following symptoms: fever (temperature of 100.4 or greater) or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea. If your child experiences any of these symptoms, it is critical for them to stay home from school.

If you have any questions about symptoms, or any other concerns for you or your child, please consult your physician.