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BOE to discuss masking rules 3/1

February 28, 2022

Good evening Oswego City School District families,

The district has received a number of calls concerning the plan regarding masking when Gov. Kathy Hochul’s statewide mandate in schools expires on Wednesday.

The Board of Education and I will be meeting on Tuesday, March 1 at 5 p.m. in the Leighton Elementary multipurpose room/cafeteria for one of our monthly business meetings, and we intend to discuss the issue of masks as it pertains to district policy and procedure. 

Please also know that we have learned there will be additional official guidance released by the state pertaining to masking, and we intend to use this in our Board of Education discussion and present it to the community along with decisions that are made.

I will be in touch on Tuesday evening with an update regarding the outcome of tomorrow’s meeting to share more information.

Yours in Education,

Dr. Mathis Calvin III
Superintendent of Schools

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