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NJUHSD Supe Says Pandemic Challenges Still Great

With classes resuming on Monday in Nevada County, the superintendent of the Nevada Joint Union High School District, Brett McFadden, says pandemic fatigue continues to worsen. And we’re entering the third year of dealing with it, including the ongoing strict protocols, such as mask mandates…

click to listen to Brett McFadden

Meanwhile, McFadden also points out that most of the blowback regarding COVID restrictions continues to come from parents and other community members…

click to listen to Brett McFadden

California also plans to provide schools with enough at-home COVID tests for every K-12 student, or around six-million, when they return from the winter break. The state will also expand antigen test availability, as well as hours for state-sponsored testing sites. And also coming up for schools is the statewide COVID vaccination mandate that’s scheduled to be in place by July first of next year.

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