ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Adams 12 5 Star Colleges would require all college students in preschool via Sixth grade to put on face masks indoors. All employees will proceed to put on masks whereas indoors.
This comes just two weeks after the school district said masks will be optional for all college students.
The face masks mandate comes after the Broomfield Division of Public Well being issued a public well being order on Friday requiring youngsters ages 2-11 to put on masks indoors whereas in class and little one care settings. Nevertheless, Adams 12 5 Star Colleges mentioned that each one faculties within the district, no matter county, will adhere to the masks mandate for these PreK-Sixth grade college students.
The college district mentioned it “will proceed to strongly encourage college students in grades 7-12 to put on masks” and that each one employees will proceed to put on masks indoors for “minimizing preventable employees COVID absences and sustaining continuity in instruction and companies.”
Additionally on Friday, Cherry Creek Schools issued a mask mandate for a similar age group of scholars, PreK via Sixth grade, whereas inside college buildings. Denver Public Colleges has issued a masks mandate for all college students and employees whereas indoors.
Final month, the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention launched new steering recommending indoor masking for all academics, employees, college students and guests to Okay-12 faculties, no matter vaccination.
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