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As in most states, New Jersey laws prohibit schools from holding makeup days on weekends, holidays or after graduation, typically leaving spring break and other recesses as the only times to recoup days of instruction lost to weather closures.
The recess ensures that a deal to pump hundreds of billions of dollars into the economy, with aid delivered to struggling households and floundering small businesses, would not arrive before the election.
House Democrats in particular seem keen to get something done before the recess, though Schumer and speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi have urged Democrats to hold out for a more holistic relief package.
Between Zoom meetings and writing deadlines, I once again find myself fielding questions about long division and rectangles and explaining to my 9-year-old why a 10-minute recess isn’t the right time to start making popsicles.
If your school has closed, make a daily schedule similar to what you do at school — and don’t forget to budget time for recess and lunch!
Carossa spoke to one of them, who brought forth a stone jar from a recess in the wall.
THE TEXAN STARJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
In many monastic ruins this recess is still open, and, by a slight effort of imagination, can be restored to its pristine use.
THE CARE OF BOOKSJOHN WILLIS CLARK
At recess there was a hurried consultation among the "stand-patters."
MY LIFEJOSIAH FLYNT
In this way a species of recess (Spigelian recess or hepatic antrum of lesser sac) is formed.
He chanced to take the direction to a recess between the book-case and the porcelain cabinet.

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