The Raleigh News & Observer reports:
The Wake County school board voted 8-1 on Tuesday to continue its universal masking requirement to comply with a new state law requiring monthly votes on mask policies. Board members said Tuesday they need more time and information before they can agree to require either COVID testing or vaccinations. Jasmine Raeford, a kindergarten teacher, told the school board that she was not going to get the COVID vaccine because “my body is my choice.” “I am much more than a vaccination card,” Raeford said during public comments at the board meeting.
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Summarizing things, the idea of requiring masking during recess is off the table. But the Wake County school system is still looking at requiring COVID testing & vaccinations for employees & student-athletes. #wcpss #nced #coronavirus https://t.co/wOHWsleNAm
— Keung Hui (@nckhui) September 8, 2021
Another Wake County parent keeps it classy during today’s @wcpss board meeting.
— BeingHelpish (@BeingHelpish) September 7, 2021