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    DVRHS Superintendent Search Community Focus Group - Nov 2, 2021 07:00 PM
     
    The Delaware Valley Regional High School District Board of Education and NJ School Boards Association cordially invite parents and community members to participate in a DVRHS Superintendent Search Community Focus Group via Zoom on November 2, 2021 beginning at 7:00pm. Please note, this forum is only available to those who live within the DVRHS sending districts. To sign up for the focus group, please click on the registration link below. 

    Register in advance for this meeting:
    https://dvrhs.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIpcOivqjMpE9BCoFxKz9RxlPTD1sPEQSBh

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
     
    We hope you can join us for this important discussion.
     

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  • Updated: September 13, 2021

     
    We have received confirmation from the NJ Department of Education that these rules also apply to Board of Education meetings. The Board of Education is required to enforce this order, and cannot condone or take any part in the violation of the same.
     
    As a result, effective immediately, no individual will be allowed entry into the Board of Education meeting unless wearing a mask. In addition, individuals wishing to remain in the meeting will be required to continue wearing a mask throughout. This includes while addressing the Board at the podium.
     
    We look forward to the time when this is no longer required. In the meanwhile, we ask for your full cooperation, and appreciate your understanding in this matter.
     

     

    Executive Order 251 Mandates the Wearing of Masks by Staff, Students, and Visitors while in the School Building

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    In accordance with Governor Murphy's Executive Order No. 251, effective August 9, 2021 all public, private, and parochial preschool programs and elementary and secondary schools, including charter and renaissance schools (collectively “school districts”), must maintain a policy regarding mandatory use of face masks by staff, students, and visitors in the indoor portion of the school district premises, except in the following circumstances:

    a. When doing so would inhibit the individual’s health, such as when the individual is exposed to extreme heat indoors (may require a physician's note);

    b. When the individual has trouble breathing, is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove a face masks without assistance;

    c. When a student’s documented medical condition or disability, as reflected in an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or Educational Plan pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, precludes use of a face mask;

    d. When the individual is under two (2) years of age;

    e. When the individual is engaged in activity that cannot physically be performed while wearing a mask, such as eating or drinking, or playing a musical instrument that would be obstructed by a face mask;

    f. When the individual is engaged in high-intensity aerobic or anaerobic activity;

    g. When a student is participating in high-intensity physical activities during a physical education class in a well-ventilated location and able to maintain a physical distance of six feet from al other individuals; or

    h. When wearing a face mask creates an unsafe condition in which to operate equipment or execute a task.

    Violation of “any order, rule or regulation adopted by the Governor” constitutes, per App.A.9-49, a disorderly persons offense which is subject to 6 months imprisonment or up to $1,000 fine or both. Per App.A.9-50, anyone who knowingly aids or abets another in the violation of an Executive Order under the Disaster Control Act may also be found to be a disorderly person and punishable in the same manner.


     

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    Service Electric Cable TV & Communications Participates in the FCC’s (EBB) Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

    Dear Community Leader, 

    Service Electric Cable TV has been a leader in the communications industry for decades and is a broadband provider in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. We are proud to participate in the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit Program in the communities we serve. 

    The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program is a $3.2 billion broadband subsidy program that will connect eligible households with free or discounted broadband service during the COVID-19 emergency. This temporary federal program is designed to provide consumers with up to $50 off the standard monthly rates of broadband Internet service. The FCC has started the enrollment process as of May 12, 2021.  

    If you would like to learn more about how Service Electric Cable TV is continuing to help our communities during these difficult times go to our EBB webpage, https://www.sectv.com/Web/aspEBB.aspx?strSystem=LV and https://www.sectv.com/Web/aspEBBFAQ.aspx?strSystem=LV

    Click here for: SECTV FAQs and INFO in SPANISH


     

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  • Student Registration  

    Welcome to the Delaware Valley Regional High School District.  If you are a new resident in the district and have a child that is of high school age, click here for more information on how to enroll your child.


     

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