Dallas ISD superintendent to consider dropping mask mandate
ByFunAsia 09 Feb 2022 11:33 AM 98
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The Dallas ISD director is indeed looking at dropping the area's mask mandate- however, no time soon.

Administrator Michael Hinojosa did a comparable local area excursion in his first year as director. Presently in his last year, he is doing likewise. But at the same time, there's some COVID news.

Hinojosa is setting a timetable for when the cover order will be lifted.

The people group discussion Tuesday at Seagoville High School is one of 12 stops.

It was additionally Hinojosa's first local area occasion since reporting his retirement.

The objective is to hear from the general population and feature the excursion Dallas ISD has been on and the victories past the study hall.

The pandemic has blurred the last two school years. The omicron flood is taking a sharp decrease in Dallas County and North Texas.

Hinojosa said he anticipates lifting the order in the wake of spring break, which is on March 14.

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