Santa Fe Public Schools want to hear from parents on mask mandate

KRQE News 13
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SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Santa Fe Public Schools says it will be surveying parents before deciding if they’ll keep a mask mandate in place. The governor lifted the state mandate on Thursday but individual schools districts can choose to enact one of their own.

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Albuquerque Public Schools, Rio Rancho , Los Lunas, and Las Cruces all announced they were lifting their mandates. Bernalillo schools sent out a message on Thursday saying, for now, their mandate remains until a decision is made.

Santa Fe school officials say they are meeting on Friday to discuss the matter but want to hear from parents about their feelings. They will be announcing a decision on Monday.

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The parents who want to mask their kids should. The parents that don’t want to have their kids masked shouldn’t. Easy peasy


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