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Mask Mandate Dropped Beginning May 2

April 28, 2022
By admin


After feedback received from our school communities, current local health guidance, and the currently low case rates of COVID-19 in our community, we will be dropping the mask mandate in our schools beginning Monday, May 2, and moving to strongly encouraged mask use for the remainder of the school year. 


COVID-19 is still a very real concern impacting our community and masks can be helpful in preventing the spread of illness, which is why we will continue to strongly encourage mask use among staff and students and will be providing N95 masks (1 per day) for anyone who requests them in order to continue to protect the most vulnerable in our community.  All community members will be accountable to respect the choices of others with regards to mask wearing, and we appreciate you speaking with your child about this change in expectations.


The two most important things you can do to help us keep our community healthy for the rest of the year are (1) to keep your child home if they are sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 and (2) to get your child vaccinated if they haven’t been already. This is more important than ever in light of our decision on masking, and will help make sure that all students are present to learn as much as they can in our remaining weeks of school.


Thank you for your continued support in keeping our school communities safe during this time.

Mandado de cubrebocas sera eliminada a partir del 2 de mayo

Después de los comentarios recibidos de nuestras comunidades escolares, la guía de salud local y el nivel bajo de casos de COVID-19 en nuestra comunidad, eliminaremos el mandato de máscara en nuestras escuelas a partir del lunes 2 de mayo y pasaremos al uso de máscara fuertemente recomendado. por el resto del año escolar.


COVID-19 sigue siendo una preocupación muy real que afecta a nuestra comunidad y las máscaras pueden ser útiles para prevenir la propagación de enfermedades, por lo que continuaremos sugiriendo el uso de máscaras entre el personal y los estudiantes y daremos máscaras N95 (1 por día) para todo aquel que los solicite con el fin de seguir protegiendo a los más vulnerables de nuestra comunidad. Todos los miembros de la comunidad serán responsables de respetar las elecciones de los demás con respecto al uso de máscaras, y le agradecemos que hable con su hijo sobre este cambio en las expectativas.


Las dos cosas más importantes que puede hacer para ayudarnos a mantener saludable a nuestra comunidad durante el resto del año son (1) mantener a su hijo en casa si está enfermo o presenta síntomas de COVID-19 y (2) vacunar a su hijo si no lo han sido ya. Esto es más importante que nunca a la luz de nuestra decisión sobre el uso de máscaras y ayudará a garantizar que todos los estudiantes estén presentes para aprender todo lo que puedan en las ultimas semanas de clases.


Gracias por su continuo apoyo para mantener seguras a nuestras comunidades escolares durante este tiempo.



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