Trust Matters: Candidates Forum Update & Coronavirus Resources

In light of the current coronavirus pandemic and to protect the health and safety of our community, the Newark Trust for Education's annual Candidate's Forum will be streamed live instead of hosted before a live audience. The forum will also be recorded and posted to our website for viewing in the weeks leading up to the April 21st election.This format will limit interaction with large crowds and allow for a controlled environment. 

We remain committed to serving as an independent source for information about the 2020 Newark Board of Education election scheduled for Tuesday, April 21.

From now until election day, we’ll do all we can to ensure that you find the information needed to make your choice. The Trust is committed to creating a platform for the residents of Newark to hear and assess the candidates’ priorities and ideas.

Are you registered to vote? Check out our voter guide and make sure you're registered to vote in the upcoming School Board election by March 31st.

Looking for clarity on the local control transition plan? Check out our fact sheet on the local control transition timeline and key requirements

Get Involved  

Attend the Watch the NBOE Candidates Forum on Tuesday, April 2, from 6 to 8:00 p.m. A link will be provided to all registrants for the live stream on April 2nd. RSVP for Candidates Forum Live Stream.

Follow the Trust for ongoing election coverage and updates in the weeks to come. We urge you to join us in this crucial conversation and participate in the democratic process.


 COVID-19 RESOURCES 

Newark Board of  Education Closure Resources: Learning at Home Plans

The Newark Board of Education has developed Instructional Packets containing lessons for all students from PreK through high school to ensure continued instruction during an extended school closure. Click here to access school closure packets.

Project Ready Coronavirus Resources for Parents, Families & Students

Breakfast and Lunch Locations

The Newark Board of Education's Breakfast and Lunch Program is available for all students at designated schools from Monday to Friday between the hours of 9:30 am - 11:30 am. Student can pick up food at any NPS site nearest to their home. Click here for details.

 

Sample Daily Schedules for Remote Learners

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