On November 15, 2021, the Stokes County Board of Education voted to implement an optional masking policy, based on approved metrics, beginning January 4, 2022.
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The Board of Education added two remote learning days to the "Traditional" Calendar on January 13 and March 18 due to recent state mandates requiring additional professional development for staff.
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The Stokes County Board of Education approved the motion to "Free the Smiles of Stokes County Schools." The motion will start the school year by informing parents about the benefits of vaccination and masking, and the consequences of not being fully vaccinated and not wearing a mask, but leaving the decision up to the individual employees and adults, and the parents or guardians of minor children. This decision will allow Dr. Rice to make necessary changes through the school year based on local data and consulting with local and state health officials.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, everyone who enters one of our buildings will be asked to wear a cloth face covering, have their temperature checked, and will be asked the following screening questions.
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