The William S. Hart Union High School District will require a universal mask obligation for students and teachers indoors, Mike Coolman said at a board meeting this week.
Coolman states that the district must comply with California Public Health Service guidelines and that masks will be required until at least November 1.
“It could be revisited earlier, but in order for the students to come back while in the classroom, they would need a mask,” Kuhlman said. “But all other aspects of returning to school are normal.”
Coolman says that you don’t have to stay away, but one of the decisions the board can’t coordinate is that people on campus need to wear masks.
The announcement took place Wednesday night, less than a day after the Los Angeles County Public Health Service announced the new mask obligations to everyone indoors, regardless of vaccination status.
The district has continued to comply with public health policies throughout the pandemic.
Kuhlman provided families with the opportunity to see the district’s independent learning program, the Learning Post Academy, in case students were dissatisfied with the decision to wear a mask. He added that he would provide more information on Friday.
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