Asheboro City Schools to make mask decision Thursday

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Asheboro High School's main entrance is picture in this August 2021 file photo. (PHOTO: The North State Journal)

ASHEBORO — The August 12 meeting of the Asheboro City School Board will see the elected board decide on mask wearing for the beginning of the 2021-22 school year. The first day of classes for all students is August 24. Randolph County Schools and Uwharrie Charter announced that masks would be optional following July meetings of their school boards. Gov. Roy Cooper eliminated the statewide mask mandate in July but recommended that students in grades K-8 wear masks at school. Contradicting its own mask recommendations from May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised its mask guidance saying fully vaccinated Americans should still wear masks indoors in communities where there is substantial or high transmission.




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