NEWS & EVENTS
Please click here to review the letter from administration, outlining details regarding our continued closing.
Please click here to learn about how Chancellor Academy is addressing COVID-19.
We at Chancellor Academy hope you and your families are doing well during this difficult and unconventional time. After reviewing the current situation, Chancellor Academy will not be re-opening prior to our spring break, which will run from April 10th - April 17th. We will continue with delivering work via virtual Flexible Instruction and hard-copy materials being sent home based on student needs. After spring break, the Flexible Instruction Plan, online with Google Classroom and work being sent home, will resume on Monday, April 20th unless there is a decision by government officials to re-open conventional schools, which does not appear likely. Counselors will still be available via e-mail daily from 8am-2pm, and will continue conducting phone sessions on their assigned days. We will be sure to update families as more information becomes available. Should you require any assistance, we are only a message or call away.
Thank you, and be well.
Chancellor Academy Launches C.A.T. Transition Program
Chancellor Academy is proud to announce the launch of its C.A.T. Transition Program. The program is designed to provide students, 18-21 years of age, with a relevant and quality transition education. The program emphasizes students being provided with a support system to ensure a smooth transition into a more self-sufficient, autonomous, adult life.
Students will be exposed to a rich curriculum which will incorporate adult living and career readiness objectives. For the remainder of the day, students will follow individualized transition programs.
For more information regarding this 18-21 year-old program, please contact Kevin McNaught, Executive Director, at (973) 835-4989.
The City of Passaic Making Internet Available to Residents
Comcast has announced an expansion of the availability of their Internet Essentials program. Internet Essentials is normally available to all qualified low-income households in Comcast’s service area for $9.95/month.
Beginning Monday, new families who connect to Internet Essentials will receive 60 days of broadband service for free.
Additionally, over the next few days, Internet Essentials speeds will be increased from 15/2 MBPS to 25/3 for all new and existing customers, and will become the speed of the service going forward.
More information about the expansion can be found at this link:
More information about Internet Essentials can be found here: