Roanoke County Public Schools reminds parents that masks are still required for students

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ROANOKE COUNTY, Va. – Roanoke County Public Schools wants to remind parents that masks will be required for students in schools.

“Until the school board makes a different decision, masks are still required in our schools. This means that students may not remain in school without them, as has been the case all year,” said David Linden, the Roanoke County School Board Chairman in a facebook post. “Also as a reminder, the safety and security of our schools and students are of primary importance and all visitors must request entry at the office. Parents are not allowed to walk students to classrooms. Disturbances or disruptive behavior of any kind will not be tolerated and principals are authorized to take appropriate action to ensure the orderly and safe operations of their schools.”

Leaders say they’ll have a meeting this Thursday to discuss further details.

Linden says if you have comments about the current policy or changes, direct your communication to the school board and not school staff.

You can see the full post below:

Dear parents and families: As announced on Friday, the school board currently requires masks indoors at schools. The...

Posted by Roanoke County Public Schools on Sunday, January 23, 2022

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