Atlantic County Institute of Technology is Closed Indefinitely
Here is an important update for all parents and all of those who are involved with The Atlantic County Institute of Technology (ACIT).
Atlantic County Institute of Technology is closed indefinitely.
Here is Mayor Phil Guenther’s letter.
Good Afternoon ACIT Parents, Students, and Teachers
I wanted to provide an update on the closure of ACIT after our spring break which ends on April 20th . At this time, ACIT will be closed indefinitely as we continue to adhere to Governor Murphy’s public health emergency order and the stay- at-home requirements which were extended yesterday for another thirty days. We will continue to monitor the situation and follow the guidance provided by the Governor and the New Jersey Department of Education for when we can reopen our schools.
I want to again let our students, teachers, and parents know how much we appreciate the great job all of you are doing with our online learning program and for the feedback that you provided in our recent surveys. As a result of the data that we collected through the surveys, we have decided to modify our schedule after the spring break to allow for students to engage in more project-based learning activities and provide more time for student and teacher collaboration. Mr. Potkay will email the details of the new schedule to the students, and it will also be posted on the ACIT website.
I know that these are uncertain and challenging times as we are all adapting to remote learning and the dynamics of staying at home. Please know that we are here to support your student’s needs, and that you can reach out to us either by phone or email if you have any questions or concerns.
Enjoy the spring break, stay safe, and take care.
Philip Guenther, Ed. D.
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