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Lifting the School Bus Mask Mandate

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Good Evening Secaucus Families,

 

I hope you are all doing well and had a restful winter break! Last Friday, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that it will no longer require masks to be worn on school buses. Based on this change, the Secaucus School District is announcing that face coverings will be recommended, but no longer required, on school transportation starting March 7, 2022. An updated “Safe Return Plan” will be posted on the district website by tomorrow morning to reflect these changes. 

 

Please note that the school district reserves the right to restore this bus mask policy if positive COVID-19 cases in the town, county, or state spike, and our local health officials recommend it. Also, both staff and students who would like to continue wearing masks can do so, free from ridicule and bullying, both on our buses and in our school buildings.

 

We will continue to work with local health officials and our COVID officer in the district to determine what steps we can take to keep our positive COVID cases low and ensure the good health and safety of our staff and students. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your building administrators or reach out to us using our Parent Communication Form.

 

Sincerely, 

Dr. Daniela Riser

Acting Superintendent

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