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First Lady Jill Biden returns to New Jersey on January 20, 2022

First Lady Jill Biden will make her third trip to New Jersey on Thursday.

InsiderNJ.com reports that Biden will travel to Bergen County College in Paramus to make an announcement with Education Secretary Miguel Cardona. Students and staff from several college offices were made aware of the visit.

The subject of the announcement was not disclosed, but the Department of Education announced on Tuesday that each education agency in the state has received approval for their emergency relief plan for elementary schools. and secondary of the respective US Rescue Plan. The $122 billion in funds is intended to help keep schools open for in-person learning during the pandemic.

A college spokesperson returned questions about the visit to the White House on Wednesday morning that did not respond to New Jersey 101.5’s request for additional information.

Governor Phil Murphy greets First Lady Jill Biden before visiting Samuel Smith School in Burlington on March 15, 2021 (Edwin J. Torres/NJ Governor’s Office)

Governor Phil Murphy greets First Lady Jill Biden before visiting Samuel Smith School in Burlington on March 15, 2021 (Edwin J. Torres/NJ Governor’s Office)

Governor Phil Murphy is coming too?

Governor Phil Murphy has accompanied Biden on previous visits to New Jersey.

The first lady’s first visit to New Jersey was in March to Samuel Smith Elementary School in Burlington City to highlight the benefits of the Biden administration’s COVID relief plan.

She also made an appearance in Murphy’s campaign at Middlesex College at Edison in October.

Biden was born in Hammonton and grew up in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, outside of Philadelphia.

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