Fourteen days after Sandy blew through the area, causing massive damage and widespread power outages, there's still a lot of cleanup left to be done.
Work crews are continuing to work to get everyone's electric service restored, and all local schools are finally back on normal schedules. But students lost a lot of valuable instruction with the unplanned break, and school officials need to figure out to get the seven or eight days missed worked into the school calendar.
The discussions will begin Monday, at the Warren Township Board of Education meeting. We'll check in to see what the districts are thinking.
Also, there's been a lot of talk about how to make sure we never have to suffer through this again. But what will work? Cutting trees? Underground wires? We'll check with some experts and share thier ideas for improving New Jersey's fragile electrical system.
This article was edited to correct an error in the number of days of school missed.