Lodi

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Please click here for the Lodi School District Reopening Plan

The district Reopening Plan is an ongoing process and subject to change as directed by the New Jersey Department of Education or as dictated by changing circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic

School Reopening Frequently Asked Questions

NJDOH K-12 School Guidance

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Welcome to the website for the Lodi Public School district!  Please direct any comments to webmaster@lodi.k12.nj.us.

 

News and Events

School Uniforms

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Anthony Luna

Governor Murphy spoke about our beloved Anthony Luna in his coronavirus update. Please watch the video below:

 

Lodi Crisis Resources

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Bergen County Board of Social Services

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Emergency Broadcast System Update

Please be advised that we are updating our emergency broadcast system, Blackboard Connect, with a new originating number.  This number,  862-237-2900, will be the number that will appear once an emergency broadcast goes out.

Lunch Payment Options

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Register Ready - Special Needs Registry for Disasters

The New Jersey Deaprtment of Education (NJDOE) is partnering with the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM) to improve the state's ability to respond to residents with disabilities or those with functional needs when a disaster such as Hurrican Sandy occurs.  The "Register Ready" Special Needs Registry for Disasters is an online registry in which citizens can provide emergency response agencies with important information (e.g., if a resident is wheelchair bound or requires medical apparatus) so that emergency responders can be better prepared to serve those individuals during a natural disaster or other emergency.  

Register Ready is a confidential database that can only be accessed by designated local, county and state emergency managers.

In support of NJOEM's efforts toward disaster preparedness, the NJDOE is encouraging schools to circulate information about the registry to parents and guardians of students.  The NJOEM Register Ready wepage contains links to brochures about the registry program in English and Spanish, which schools can download to share with students and their families.  Citizens should go to the Register Ready registration webpage to sign up for the program.

The NJOEM encourages New Jersey residents with disabilities or access and functional needs to sign up with Register Ready well before disaster strikes.

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