Dear Eatontown Public Schools Community Member:

The district appreciates your help and cooperation in maintaining school community health and safety. As you may know, our region remains in the High-Orange level based on the COVID-19 Activity Report. In order to continue to protect the health and safety of all Eatontown Public Schools community members, the district asks that you follow the recommendations of our local health department as well as our state and CDC officials.
As Superintendent of Schools, I wanted to provide an update to the district’s Road Forward Plan. Although non-essential, long-distance travel is discouraged, the district does not have the authority to prohibit it. It is very important that school community members adhere to the quarantine recommendations if you travel to an area outside of New Jersey. Our district has tried to meet or exceed COVID-19 health guidelines in as many areas as possible.
Consequently, if your child travels to an area outside of New Jersey, please contact the school nurse for additional guidance. Unvaccinated students will need to follow the quarantine timeline of 10 days after travel. This guideline has been established in consultation with the school physician and school nurses.
Lucy Craig, School Nurse
Memorial School
(732) 935-3322

Denise Caiazza, School Nurse
Margaret L. Vetter School
(732) 935-3331

Mary Ellen Branin, School Nurse
Woodmere School
(732) 935-3344

Gina Nastro, School Nurse
Meadowbrook School
(732) 935-3338
Please review additional New Jersey travel information by visiting
Thank you for your cooperation during these challenging times. As guidance changes, the district will continue to update its plan.


Scott T. McCue
Superintendent of Schools

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