Growing up I could not even imagine what school kids are going through now. I know with 8 brothers and sisters my mother would have been pulling her hair out if we all had to stay home from school and learn from the house like last year.  That was her break and time for her to chill for a bit until 3:30 rolled around.

Now some kids may have to wear a mask as they return to school this year, and I am sure it will be annoying and uncomfortable for most students.

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Many parents are concerned about sending kids back to classrooms and about masks in schools.  Especially now that the Delta variant continuing to spread. So, according to fox47news.com many schools in the mitten have not yet decided what to do about masks.

Here is a list of what schools in mid-Michigan are doing so far with masks.

These schools are requiring a mask;

  • East Lansing Public Schools
  • Grand Ledge Public Schools
  • Haslett Public Schools
  • Holt Public Schools
  • Lansing Public Schools
  • Okemos Public Schools
  • Waverly Community Schools

There are highly recommending them.;

  • Charlotte Public Schools
  • Dansville Schools
  • DeWitt Public Schools
  • Eaton Rapids Public Schools
  • Grass Lake Community Schools
  • Leslie Public Schools
  • Stockbridge Community Schools
  • Vandercook Lake Public Schools
  • Webberville Community Schools
  • Williamston Schools

These schools are letting parents and kids decide;

  • Bath Community Schools
  • Camden Frontier Local Schools
  • Columbia School District
  • Concord Community Schools
  • Fowler Public Schools
  • Hanover-Horton School District
  • Hillsdale Community Local Schools
  • Jackson Public Schools
  • Jonesville Community Schools
  • Litchfield Community Schools
  • Maple Valley Schools
  • Mason Public Schools
  • Michigan Center School District
  • Napoleon Community Schools
  • North-Adams-Jerome Public Schools
  • Northwest Community Schools
  • Ovid-Elsie Area Schools
  • Pewama-Westphalia Community Schools
  • Pittsford Area Schools
  • Potterville Public Schools
  • Reading Community Schools
  • Waldron Area Schools
  • Western School District

 

Let's choose wisely and keep our kids safe and make it a great year for all our students.

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