November 30, 2022

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Williamson Educational institutions WCS cancels mask mandate in opposition to authorized information

The Williamson County Educational facilities Board of Schooling voted in favor of removing its district-large mask mandate Monday at its November meeting.

The 7-5 vote to take out the rule right away primarily based on small COVID-19 circumstance counts across the district, even so, was made against the suggestion of litigation counsel Lisa Carson and district superintendent Jason Golden, who the two met with the board prior to the Monday night time assembly.

Board member Jay Galbreath manufactured the movement to take away the need with “all because of respect to [their] assistance,” which Dan Money then seconded. Board member Rick Wimberly, who at some point voted ‘no’ on the movement, said he planned to make a motion to retain the mask mandate, at which stage Galbreath’s movement was currently on the table. 

New school board member Josh Brown was the sole commenter on the make a difference.