Today children and their teachers will no longer be required to wear a mask when in their classrooms. The California Department of Public health will still highly recommend the use of a mask when indoors in these settings but the mandate to wear them... Read More.
Your schoolchildren can ditch the mask in two weeks. In a joint statement with the governors of Oregon and Washington, California Governor Gavin Newsom has issued a new mask guidance to make face coverings a recommendation rather than a requirement. The mask lift is... Read More.
The Plumas Unified School District Board of Trustees and Superintendant have sent a letter to Governor Newsom over mask mandates and mandatory vaccines. The letter asks the governor for additional support with the challenges that the school district is experiencing through the mandates. It... Read More.
By tomorrow you will have to wear a mask indoors again throughout the state. Governor Newsom has brought back the indoor mask mandate as per capita rate of new COVID cases jump to 47% over the last two weeks. At this time the mandate... Read More.
Plumas County could be lifting the indoor mask mandate. In a report given to the board of supervisors by Plumas county Health Director Dr. Loomis, if Plumas case rates reaches 3 per 100,000 then the county could lift the indoor mask mandate. Currently the... Read More.
With school starting just around the corner the question on all your minds are, will students be required to wear masks yet again? Patty Gunderson, Lassen County’s Superintendent of Schools, answers yes. Because the Governor declared a state of emergency, TK to 12th grade... Read More.