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Falls City Board of Education approves COVID-19 reopening resolution
08/12/2020

(KLZA)--The Falls City Board of Education approved a COVID-19 reopening resolution when they met Monday night. 

Students will return to class Thursday, August 13.

Teachers, staff members, employees, volunteers and students will not be required to wear masks but are strongly encouraged to do so.  

While in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, District 56 has endeavored to reopen schools for the benefit of student learning and development.  However,  there is no guarantee the school environment will be completely safe and free from COVID-19 or other related risks and hazards.  Parents uncomfortable with the risks associated with sending their student to school should promptly contact a building administrator to discuss alternative education options.  

Falls City Sacred Heart School will also open on Thursday. 

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