Who decides when schools close if students, staff contract coronavirus or cases spike locally? Superintendents seek guidance from state

“With 10 students in a classroom wearing masks, you can also keep them 6 feet apart,” he said. “You could start off that way and a month later, if cases are not going up, you could always go back to everyone going back to school full time. That’s still a possibility, just like it is that everybody goes to distanced learning full time a month later, if you’re finding that students and staff members are getting sick.”

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