Enrollment for the next session of the New Jersey Youth Corps program at Project Self-Sufficiency is underway. The sixteen-week program launches in March and is currently being offered as a hybrid of virtual and in-person curricula and activities.
The students in Mrs. Pagano’s first grade class have been learning about the life and message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. They have read stories about it, watched videos, and discussed his “I have a Dream” speech.
It was just a week ago that the Hopatcong School District announced they would open on 01/11/2021 and after they were open for only three days, it proved the worst fear of the District that Students might come from COVID homes without morning testing.
[Newton, NJ] The Sussex County Department of Health & Human Services Division of Health announces that the county COVID-19 vaccination site will open on Thursday, January 14, 2021 in accordance with the State’s phased distribution.
On January 7, 2021, the Borough of Hopatcong School District announced the decision to reopen the schools on 01/11/2021 under the same rules defined in the fall. The decision was based upon Parent, Teacher, Student surveys, and guidance from the NJ Board of Health.
The Hopatcong School District under the leadership of Mr. Arthur DiBenedetto Superintendent, and Mr. Joseph S. Piccirillo Assistant Superintendent, are calling a single issue meeting on January 7th at 6:00 PM.
Planning has been in the works for weeks, as Sussex County is coordinating with several health agencies and will be prepared to administer vaccinations as soon as the vaccine is delivered to County facilities.
As we continue to recap the Best of 2020 in this series of articles, we would be remiss if we did not mention the explosive growth of the Hopatcong Marketplace. It became a positive silver lining for the entire Lake Community in 2020.
As this crazy pandemic year comes to a close, we at the Hopatcong Woman’s Club would like to extend a sincere thanks to the Hopatcong Community for their assistance with and donations throughout the year.
Tis the Season for Joy, Laughter and presents under the Christmas Tree. But due to Covid-19 and the amount of unemployment throughout the country the ability to have presents under that tree has become exceedingly difficult for many families.
The year of 2020 was an incredibly challenging year, and we are happy to report that the Second Annual Hopatcong Christmas Lights Contest started by local residents Rich and Eunice Chiarella had the ability to divert our attention to create Hopatcong Community Spirit.