REMUS – Following school closures due to absences and illnesses in several districts, some school authorities are re-examining guidelines for safe school education. On Monday, September 13, the Chippewa Hills School District School Board convened for its monthly meeting and heard several parents voice their concerns about the hiding and the board’s decision-making.
During the public comment portion of the meeting, a parent who resides in Barryton, John Farrell, expressed concern over the council’s decisions regarding quarantine procedures, illness and masking within the school community.
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