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Some parents said they will keep their kids home if masks are required; others say they’ll keep their kids home if masks aren’t required.
The revisions come as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Alaska and on the Kenai Peninsula.
More than 200 students have tested positive for COVID-19 since Aug. 23.
KPBSD launches hub reporting latest cases.
Between Aug. 23 and Sept. 1, the district has been made aware of 180 COVID-19 cases, including 25 staff and 155 students.
The policy will be in effect through Sept. 10.
Seward Elementary on Monday joined Port Graham School, Susan B. English School and Tebughna School in requiring masks due to a number of COVID-19 cases.
“If you really want to do away with masks, vaccine is the way to do that.”
More than 60 COVID-19 cases have been reported in 22 district schools.
Liljemark is a history teacher at Seward Middle School.
The district is experiencing “supply chain challenges”
The candidate filing period for people interested in running for seats open in the Oct. 5 municipal election closed Monday.
KPBSD opens doors for first day of classes
Educators gathered to lay the foundation for a year of inter-school collaboration.
Students learning 100% remotely will not be allowed to return to in-person learning outside of the transfer dates outlined.
Quarantine, vaccination status and testing part of school district’s layered COVID mitigation plan.
Our district is very excited to have all of our students, staff, and parents back in school after a tumultuous few years.
Make the wearing of masks part of the dress code for all of our schools in our district until we can get the virus under control.
The borough said it planned conservatively in anticipation of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
If ratified, would be in effect from July 1, 2021 until June 30, 2024.