Ranney Community,

You might have seen that today Governor Murphy issued an Executive Order that all New Jersey schools will close for the remainder of the academic year. Despite the disappointment I know we all feel in not being able to return to campus physically, I continue to be immensely proud of the resilience and  determination shown by our community over the past few months. Although we would all prefer to be together in person, students, faculty, parents and guardians have truly risen to the occasion and even demonstrated innovative ways to thrive and connect during this challenging time.
 
Distance learning at Ranney will continue through June 3.  On June 4 and 5 we are looking to plan special activities to celebrate the end of the year.  More information on these and other dates, including our plans for Ranney Summer Institute, will be sent soon.  Our Task Force will be working diligently over the spring and summer to plan for a safe and successful reopening in September.

In order to stay within state guidelines, our celebrations and traditions may look different this year and in some cases may be delayed, but the heart and spirit of our entire community will ensure that these celebrations are just as meaningful. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me or your Division Head(s). If you are unsure of where to direct your inquiry, communications@ranneyschool.com will help connect you to the right department. 

Continue to stay safe.

Best regards,

Dr. John Griffith

 

Ranney School   

235 Hope Road.Tinton Falls. NJ 07724   

732.542.4777, ext. 2126   www.ranneyschool.org