The League of Women Voters of the Montclair area decided not to study the issue again — leaving in place the same position it's had since 2009.
Several community leaders say they're not ready to pick a side, but they support the question going to voters.
The district hadn't previously announced any plans for 5-day instruction this academic year.
Montclair would also add two more members to its current seven-member board. It would do away with its Board of School Estimate.
The schedule gives sophomores just under a month on the hybrid learning plan, and other students slightly more than three weeks, before the last day of class on June 24.
“They're taller than I thought they’d be," Jaime Doshi, student assistance counselor, said.
The school district has a slate of enrichment programs and targeted help for those who need it. Others in the community are looking to step in to help, too.
“Let us do our work so we can do this thoughtfully and meaningfully and let’s not put pressure on our investigators," he says.
But Mayor Sean Spiller's new task force on full-time education has some big decisions to make early on -- like the scope of its own mission.
By LOUIS C. HOCHMAN firstname.lastname@example.orgMontclair Mayor Sean Spiller is planning Monday to formally announce a task force "to facilitate a smooth return to full time in-person learning," he said in a statement Saturday.Spiller will announce...