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As states lift mask mandates, and the CDC even loosens some of its guidance for wearing them outdoors, some schools are also lifting face-covering requirements.
A growing number of school districts, concentrating in the south, have lifted COVID restrictions, allowing students to remove masks when at their desks.
In a District Administration webinar, Superintendent Arsenio Romero talks about working with a management company to accelerate summer construction projects.
A growing number of superintendents are concerned students are being forced to miss in-person instruction even though their risk of catching COVID is low.
A survey asking parents about students’ enthusiasm for schools may reinforce district leaders’ plans to prioritize social-emotional learning post-COVID.
District leaders, school boards, and local elected officials must show the courage and principled leadership to spend the federal dollars wisely and ensure transparency.
Marietta City Schools' message to students and families is that COVID vaccines are another layer of protection to add to masks and handwashing.
Superintendents can find innovative ideas for reopening safely on a new, online hub that spotlights innovative initiatives from districts around the country.
Good communication, education and organization critical for maximizing the number of school employees getting vaccinated.
Vaccinated individuals can now go without masks outdoors, but unvaccinated individuals including children under 16, should continue to wear them.
COVID forced K-12 leaders to overhaul safety policies— including the key component of communicating regularly and transparently with their communities.