CONCORD, NH — New Hampshire Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut today announced the formation of the School Transition Reopening and Redesign Taskforce (STRRT).
With a structure similar to the Governor’s School Safety Preparedness Task Force, the group will bring together stakeholders from across New Hampshire education system to provide recommendations on bringing students back into school buildings this fall. The taskforce plans to issue preliminary recommendations by June 30, with follow-up recommendations within 30 days.
“This has been an unprecedented challenge for everyone, and will give a new meaning to ‘back to school’ this fall,” Edelblut said. “We want to provide schools with the best guidance possible on how to protect student safety and to apply the lessons we have learned from remote instruction.”
The full STRRT structure and membership is included below, as well as information and articles on remote instruction and school reopening.
You can register here for the first online STRRT Task Force meeting set for May 14.