Masks to remain optional in Tomah School District
TOMAH, Wis. (WKBT)- Students in the Tomah School District will not be required to wear masks.
The school board voted Tuesday night at a special meeting to keep masks optional. The vote was unanimous.
Masks have been optional across the district since July.
The board also voted on new quarantine rules.
Two doctors who had been advising the board since the beginning of the pandemic had recommended mandatory masking in schools.
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