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Stokes County Schools Require Masks for 2 Weeks, Become Final School System in Piedmont Triad to Require Masks


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STOKES COUNTY, North Carolina (WGHP) – Schools in Stokes County made masks mandatory on Tuesday, according to a statement from school officials.

Starting Wednesday, September 1, masks will be required in all Stokes County school buildings, buses and vans when occupied by students.

The decision will be reassessed on Friday, September 17 and every two weeks thereafter.

In the first five and a half days of school, schools in Stokes County had 101 close school-related contacts placed under quarantine for not wearing masks or not being vaccinated.

As the Delta variant and growing numbers continue across the state, local schools look to hide terms as the fall semester kicks off.

The data and numbers have changed day by day, and many school districts have set and then changed their mask mandates later.

Here is the complete list of schools in the Piedmont-Triad and their current masking policy at the start of the 2021-2022 school year.

OBLIGATORY:

  • Alamance-Burlington Schools
  • Allegheny County Schools
  • Asheboro City Schools
  • Caswell County Schools
  • Davidson County Schools
  • Davie County Schools
  • Guilford County Schools
  • Lexington City Schools
  • Montgomery County Schools
  • Schools in the city of Mt. Airy
  • Randolph County Schools
  • Rockingham County Schools
  • Stokes County Schools
  • Surry County Schools
  • Schools in the city of Thomasville
  • Wilkes County Schools
  • Winston-Salem / Forsyth County Schools
  • Yadkin County Schools

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