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Mound City School Board received COVID update

(KLZA)-- The Mound City Board of Education heard updates on a number of topics including information from Governor Mike Parson regarding the opening of school this fall when they met on July 20.

Superintendent Kory Miles informed that Board that during a conference call, the Governor said students and teachers that are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and not showing symptoms will not have to quarantine if designated as a close contact.

Miles said he does have concerns about COVID as the school year approaches and numbers of COVID cases are on the rise in Missouri. 

Student handbooks for the new school year were approved along with changes to the Computer Usage Agreement including estimated costs for Chromebook parts and replacement, rights and responsibilities,  general use and care,  negligence, and consequences for violation of the agreement. 

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