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Cove Schools Hoping for 'Relatively Normal' Year

Some COVID-19 Mitigation Practices Have Been Dropped; Others Relaxed


August 5, 2021

Graphic courtesy of NBCSD

All of the Cove's school districts have prepared "safety and health plans" to manage COVID-19 mitigation efforts. Districts will make final adjustments to their plans at the school board meetings in August, before the start of classes. The plans are posted to each district's web sites for access by parents and the community.

With the start of school about three weeks away, Cove school districts are planning to continue with relaxed COVID-19 mask policies while continuing to perform enhanced cleaning and encouragement of hand washing.

School begins for students on Aug. 25 for all four Cove school districts.

The main difference among districts is that three districts are requiring masks to be worn on school buses while one district is not requiring masks to be worn on school buses.

The districts are planning to make the school year as "pre-COVID normal" as possible, according to the school officials contacted...

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