COVID-19  DAILY DASHBOARD - November 30, 2021
Please note: this dashboard is Updated Monday  - Friday before 3 PM
School/Building  Positive Test Results  Current Quarantines 
   Active Cleared
 Children's Corner  1 3  8
 Children's Corner River  0 2  0
 Eisenhower  1 6  7
 Grandview  3 3  21
 Knollwood  1 7  1
 Randolphville  2 10  0
 Arbor  7 1  25
 King  1 7  0
 Conackamack  4 0  3
 Quibbletown  5 9  7
 Schor  5 0  5
 PHS  11 13  37
 Administration Building  1 3  0
 Custodial/Maintenance  0 1  0
 Transportation  1 2  0
 Total 43 67 114


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Dear Piscataway Families:

We have successfully completed one marking period of the 2021-2022 school year and we have much to be thankful for.

Most of all, we are thankful that this year, our students have returned to full time in-person learning and come to school eager to collaborate, share, and learn. Many of the initial difficulties students had in adjusting to the return to school have subsided, and every day, our students show that they value their opportunities, their teachers, and each other.

Some of our students do continue to struggle, either academically or emotionally, and we are here for those students. I hope our recent parent-teacher conferences were supportive and productive for parents and guardians of students experiencing learning difficulties, but please remember, if students need additional help, we have tutoring resources at every grade level. Our students’ emotional health, well-being, and growth is as important to us as their academic growth. For students who are struggling emotionally, our counselors, school administrators, and nursing staff are a phone call away. Please do not hesitate to reach out if your child needs assistance in any way.

Food Service
Sodexo Food Services has been very responsive to questions regarding supply chain issues, food quality, and service, and continues to address all concerns noted by the Ad Hoc student advisory group at Piscataway High School. Further information from Sodexo is available here. Please reach out to your building principal if you have any questions about the food service in your child’s school.

COVID in Your Family? Please Call Principal or School Nurse
Should your child, family member, or a close contact for your child develop COVID-19, your building principal or school nurse should always be your first point of contact to relay this information. They will immediately notify teachers and staff and begin contact tracing. Following this protocol helps us to quickly notify all necessary school, township, and county personnel, as well as any students or staff members who may need to quarantine.

I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving, filled with family, friends, and food. On this Thanksgiving, like every day, I continue to be thankful for my Piscataway family and all you have given me.

Very sincerely,

Dr. Frank Ranelli
Dr. Frank Ranelli
Superintendent of Schools


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