In order to make on-campus classes available for our students, we will require masks for staff and students when physical distancing is difficult or impossible. Masks should be cloth that covers the nose and mouth and straps or ties behind the head or ears. No bandanas, gaiters, or costume masks. Masks should not display anything offensive or inappropriate or have words of any kind. We may ask students to remove masks we view as inappropriate and substitute a mask from the office for the day. Masks should not be shared and should be stored in the student’s bag if not worn. Each child is encouraged to bring at least one extra mask in a sealed bag in case the mask they are wearing becomes soiled or unusable. If allowed by the teacher, when students are seated in the classroom facing the same direction, they may remove their mask during teaching time. The mask is primarily meant to provide a barrier when physical distancing is not possible or students and staff are moving about the classroom or hallways. Masks do not have to be worn outside when students are playing or seated at a distance to eat. However, masks should be worn as students move around campus as well as in and out of the building. Mask exceptions will be made for those who cannot wear a mask due to medical reasons.
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