“We are likely to use situations in student inhabitants and personnel,” explained Ravenna Superintendent Bradley Kjar.
Kjar gave illustrations very last summer time when there was a super-spreader occasion in Ravenna, and the university would have experienced to work in the orange or red if it experienced been in session. Two Rivers, on the other hand, would not have been in the red at that time. A further case in point was in November when the overall health district was running in the purple, but the college experienced tiny to no unfold of COVID at that time.
“There was so a great deal not known going into the school yr very last year. None of us want to have on masks again, but here in Ravenna we wore them the total college year from commence to end,” Kjar said. “I consider everybody did Ok. We didn’t miss a solitary working day of faculty last calendar year for the reason that of the virus.”
Kearney Community Faculties at the moment is running in the green. Faculty will be in-human being this calendar year, and remote learning will come about if the faculty district moves into a purple pandemic section. Masks are at this time optional at KPS.
“To identify regardless of whether to return to a mask mandate, we will look initial at the problems in our faculties, then in our group. We stop by with Two Rivers Public Health Division weekly, if not additional regularly. We will seem at the state and CDC recommendations,” claimed KPS Superintendent Kent Edwards in an e mail. “We also a short while ago surveyed our moms and dads for their impression on masking, with about 75% versus masks and 25% for masks. It is a challenging determination-creating system, but we will do what is greatest for our students.”