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USD 115 board approves changes to Return to School Plan

(KMZA)--The Nemaha Central USD 115 Board of Education last week approved changes to the district's Return to School Plan.

They include changes to low risk setting quarantine requirements, which includes no mandatory quarantine for students if both parties are wearing a mask and it is a low risk setting. The recommendation could be changed if county officials start seeing school spread.

Another change is that no single layer masks will be allowed at school and each student/staff member must use an approved face mask. Pre-school students will need to begin to wear masks to lower exposure and quarantine risk.

In other business, the board approved a crowd policy for high school basketball games as presented by Superintendent Darrel Kohlman. A ticket system will be used. Masks and temperature checks will also be required.

The board approved a school calendar change for the second semester that allows for early release on Friday for professional development and other COVID-related topics.

The Board also approved the purchase of a Polaris UTV from Bruna Implement from Bruna Implement for the maintenance department for $10,830.


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