"We would like nothing more than to return to our classrooms, busses, cafeterias, and offices to educate our students in a safe environment. However, it is clear that the science does not support reopening school buildings this fall."
On Thursday, March 12, Salem Community College President Michael Gorman released a statement regarding the college's response to the novel coronavirus situation that has caused a State of Emergency to be declared in New Jersey.
According to a release put out today by Gateway Community Action Partnership, the United States Census Bureau will host a recruiting event on Wednesday, Mar. 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Salem One-Stop Career Center located at 174 East Broadway in Salem.
Salem County has posted a grant opportunity seeking a professional consulting firm to perform a feasibility study to determine the effects and possible benefits of consolidating the county's 15 different school districts into one county-wide district.
On Wednesday evening, President of Salem Community College, Dr. Michael Gorman delivered a "State of the College" address in the school's Donaghay Hall where he touched on topics including: increasing enrollment, campus upgrades, and the return of the athletics department.