BCIT Restart & Reopening Plan -see below
(updated September 21 ,2020)
December 2, 2020
Dear BCIT Parents/Guardians:
Today, three staff members in one classroom at BCSSSD, reported positive COVID-19 test results and one student at BCIT reported COVID-19 symptoms. In light of these developments and in consultation with the Burlington County Department of Health and our Board, we have reached the conclusion that we will pivot to all remote learning for our combined district beginning on Monday, December 7, 2020 and continuing until January 4, 2021. The normal school schedule will continue through the end of this week for students and staff. However, students who have been attending school in-person and wish to attend school remotely tomorrow and Friday will be accommodated.
We are grateful to our entire school community for the efforts that so many have made to provide an in-person learning experience this Fall. We look forward to resuming that option after the holidays.
Thank you all very much for your continued patience and support. Rest assured that as developments occur, updates will promptly be provided to you. Building level administrators will be in touch with our parents in the coming days.
Dr. Christopher Nagy
609-654-0200 xt 8430
Asst. Principal, Adult Education
BCIT's Food Service will provide Grab & Go Meals for students.
- Parents/Guardians can pick up meals on Monday and Thursday between the hours of 9am-10am.
- Each meal package will contain a 3-day supply of breakfast and lunch for the student. The location for pick up at the Westampton Campus is the main entrance. 695 Woodlane Road. The location for the Medford Campus is at the Main entrance. 10 Hawkin Road, Medford, NJ
- For parents who may not be able to travel outside of a certain perimeter, they are directed to a pick-up area of schools located in their municipality. They are encouraged to contact the local school district in their area for a meal distribution schedule.
- Heating Instructions
In accordance with the Student Acceptable Use Policy, students shall be responsible for displaying appropriate behavior and maintaining a productive learning environment when using BCIT devices during the school closure. All rules pertaining to the use of technology are expected to be observed during this very unique situation.
During the time when students are particpating in remote learning, if a district issued Chromebook is not working properly, the student is to contact the building principal:
609-654-0200 xt 8430
School to WorkThe Burlington County Institite of Technology is committed to the safety and well-being of our schools and our community. Occasionally, extraordinary efforts are required to meet particular challenges such as the recent concerns about the coronavirus (COVID19).