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Nevada Co Schools At Normal Capacity Next Year

As schools wrap up an unprecedented year in Nevada County, due to the pandemic, the next term will hopefully be close to normal again. A letter to students, parents, and community members, signed by all the principals and superintendents, has been sent. And County Superintendent of Schools, Scott Lay, says the letter emphasizes that in-person classroom learning will be returning full-time, five days a week, in August….

click to listen to Scott Lay

Starting June 15th, the CDC’s lifting of the mask mandate will also go into effect in California, for vaccinated people. But Lay also points out that not many students have been innoculated so far. Meanwhile, the Legislature and the Governor’s Office don’t want any distance learning options to be offered…

click to listen to Scott Lay

Lay says, at this time, around 10-percent of parents in the county are still not comfortable returning their children to the classroom full-time.

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