Havre School board changes COVID restrictions

School board approves five-day learning for K-5, changes social distance and mask rules


Last updated 4/14/2021 at 12:37pm

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Students, families and Havre Public Schools employees wait Tuesday in Havre Middle School's Assembly Room for the Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees meeting.

Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees Tuesday amended some of its COVID-19 policies, including sending younger students to school for five days and amending its mask mandate in the schools.

The board voted 6-2 to return kindergarten through fifth grade students to five in-person learning days.

Trustees Garrit Ophus and Tim Scheele opposed returning the students to five learning days beginning April 26.

"I have concerns about the K-5 transitioning, and I don't devalue five instructional days, I think that five instructional days is huge, but at the same time we're stuck with those K-5 ki...

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