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2114, 13 Apr 21

Schools Take Different Approaches


Laona, Three Lakes and Crandon school districts all stopped requiring masks following the state Supreme Court ruling.


Now wearing a face covering in their classrooms is optional.


In a statement released Thursday, Three Lakes School District said the decision to not mandate masks in school was one of a number of difficult decisions it had to make this year.


“We are working through these complex issues as a district, and our greatest desire is to have a healthy and happy Bluejay family as we transition toward a more normal school year in Fall 2021,” the statement said.


MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Public Schools teachers and staff finally made their way back into school on Monday.


Inside of a classroom at Longfellow School, plexiglass and dividers were put up to help slow the spread of COVID-19.


“It’s been a whirlwind of preparation for us,” said Tyrone Nichols, principal of Cass Street School.

Some enterprising reporter should follow up in a few weeks and see what the results are in terms of viral infections, educational performance, student mental health, and other important measures. Which district is doing it right?


2114, 13 April 2021

1 Comment

  1. Mar

    Easy to predict.
    The smaller schools will not shut down, no matter what.
    If someone in MPS sneezes, the district will shut down.

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