South Brunswick: A Week In Review

Sarah Salvadore
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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ — Miss any headlines in South Brunswick? Patch's week in review has got you covered for the neighborhood's top news.

South Brunswick Schools To Reopen As Scheduled: Superintendent

South Brunswick schools will reopen for in-person learning on Feb. 1 without any further delays, school Superintendent Scott Feder said.

Petition Urges South Brunswick Schools To Change Schedule

A new petition on change.org is urging South Brunswick School District officials to make changes to the hybrid schedule due to "massive workloads."

Community, Police Partnership Made South Brunswick Safe: PD Chief

South Brunswick Police Chief Raymond Hayducka praised his department and community for their "constant effort" in making the township one of the safest in the country.

78 Cases, 2 Deaths As COVID Numbers Decline In South Brunswick

For the week of Jan. 17 to 23, the township reported 78 new COVID-19 cases - a 6 percent decrease from last week. But the town also recorded two related deaths.

Here's What To Know Ahead Of South Brunswick School Reopening

The district said students cannot hop back and forth between virtual and in-person classes. In a letter to the school community, superintendent Scott Feder said it was important for the district to know the exact in-person enrollment, in order to manage all safety regulations.

This article originally appeared on the South Brunswick Patch