Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-06-09 08:09:38 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) — Almost a month has passed since Davidson County lifted its mask obligations. Now, changes will soon be seen at Metro Nashville Public Schools.
Summer school begins this week, and the Metro Nashville Board of Education said it is not necessary to wear masks as long as students and staff are outdoors or indoors at a social distance. These new rules will be announced on Monday. to start.
Students and staff should also wear it when they cannot keep a social distance, such as when entering a building, getting on a bus, or when there are a large number of people. It is also recommended that people with underlying illness wear it until they are completely vaccinated.
School principal Dr. Adrian Battle said it was a great time to relax the restrictions.
This makes it much easier for everyone to stay socially distant.
The Promising Scholars program ends on July 2, and the school district will monitor the data to see what to do for the fall.
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We want to help as Middle Tennessee is working to recover from the effects of the coronavirus. Whether it’s getting back to work, managing this uncertain time, or managing pressure, we’re working on finding a solution. In addition, I would like to tell a story of hope, inspiration, and creativity as central Tennessee begins to recover.
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