Utah parents fight K-12 mask mandate through ‘See my Smile’ campaign

By: | April 13, 2021

Some Utah parents with the “See My Smile” campaign, sent their children to school without masks, defying the K-12 mask mandate, which ends on June 15.

A Facebook event page for the campaign states that on April 12, “parents across the state will be walking their children into their schools WITHOUT masks and declaring that their child will NO LONGER wear a mask.”

The page says the “See My Smile” campaign is a mass rejection of the K-12 mask mandate. The online event is hosted by Utah Parent’s United.

Though Utah’s mask mandate ended on April 10, Utah schools still require students to wear masks. Jeff Haney, Communications Director of the Canyons School District, told Good Morning Utah that masks are still a requirement.

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