Under new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which are shifting the focus to positive test results and more to what’s happening in hospitals, DC County schools are revising their mask policies in classrooms and buses.
After new recommendations From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is shifting the focus to positive test results and more to what’s happening in hospitals, Columbia schools are reviewing their mask policies in classrooms and buses.
This list will be updated as more schools update their policies, as well as changes in community transfer.
Prince William County
Masks are now optional for staff and volunteers at Prince William County schools.
A letter from Prince William County Public Schools said Friday, Feb. 25, that masks are now optional for all PWCS staff and volunteers working in the classrooms.
Because new CDC guidelines say school systems may require people to wear masks on buses or vans, Prince William County schools said masks are also not mandatory for students and staff on school buses.
The school system has said it will adjust the requirements if the community level changes, and those who prefer to continue wearing masks can do so, according to the CDC.
Masks are still in demand for adults and students in Head Start classes before K.
For more information and instructions, visit the page Website of Prince William County Public Schools.
From February 26 in school buses face closure will be encouraged but no longer required.
The school system began no longer requires masks in public school buildings on Friday, February 25th.
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