Hills Launches School Remotely for Start Up


Joseph Connell, Staff Reporter

Administrators of Warren Hills Regional High School created this schedule for the beginning two weeks of the new 2020-2021 school year during the summer months after the global pandemic caused by COVID-19 shut down in-person learning. This schedule outlined how students and administrators at the high school would function with a new all-online type of learning until the school district switched to a hybrid model halfway through September. “For the past few months, we have been hard at work ensuring that we meet and, in many cases, exceed the requirements for the safe return of our students, faculty and staff,” Superintendent of Schools Earl C. Clymer III said in a letter to students, staff and parents addressing the changes that the school was facing.

 (Photo by Joseph Connell)