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At their regular meeting, the Randolph School Board unanimously approved a return to in-person learning plan for the next school year on June 21. 

Superintendent Mike Kelley said to continue to receive federal and state grants related to COVID-19 relief, every district must have a plan like this approved. 

The plan must be reviewed by the board every six months through August 30, 2023. 

Masks are encouraged to be worn, but are only required on school transportation vehicles. 

Families are required to report positive cases of COVID-19 to the district if one occurs. Families are also encouraged to keep their children home if they are sick, even if they don’t have COVID-19 symptoms. 

The district will conduct contact tracing if a positive case is found. The Centers for Disease Control recommends a quarantine period of seven days, with a test on the fifth day. 

There are mental health supports offered through the district as well for any students needing it as well. 

The board will meet on July 19 for their next meeting.

 

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