Updates for MO families on the fifth day of the COVID-19 health-related closure:
- Please go to tinyurl.com/MOhealthplan and view the Health-Related Closure Plan that contains vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced meal pick-up, and continuity of District operations.
- We are working very closely with Mayor Greenbaum, MO Township Administrator Tatarenko, and the MO Health Department to ensure our MOTSD families are as healthy and safe as possible. Contact the MO Department of Health COVID-19 hotline at (862) 419-4300 with any suspected cases. In an effort to respond to the many questions and concerns raised by our residents, the Township has established a COVID-19 email address for general questions regarding the virus, Township preparation and response: COVIDemail@example.com
- With the exception of MOMS, all MOTSD buildings, fields, and grounds are closed to all staff, students, and community members.
- All registered MOTSD students who qualify for free and/or reduced lunch can pick up boxed breakfasts and lunches Monday-Friday during the health-related closure at Mount Olive Middle School from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
- The PowerSchool parent portal has been disabled. The portal has been temporarily closed in order to allow time for the administration and faculty to navigate assignments, assessments, and grading in a new remote learning format. No new grades are being entered into Powerschool by teachers at this time. Parents in grades 6-12 should refer to Google Classroom for student assignments. See: Parents Guide to Google Classroom
- The COVID-19 crisis is a stressful time for our students. The MOTSD Guidance Department will be available to our students by appointment each day 9 a.m. - 2p.m. Please click this link for counselor contact information and to schedule an appointment.
- Updated blended learning resources for K-5, 6-12, and for K-12 enrichment have been added to our preparedness plan site.
- Traditional face-to-face AP Exam administrations will not take place. More information about the exam administration format will be released shortly. AP Teachers and students should keep preparing for their respective exams.
- Based on an announcement by the U.S. Department of Education we anticipate NJSLA tests to be cancelled this year.
- Highlights from home instruction: