Swartz Creek Community schools just released a statement saying that they will not require people to wear masks for this school year.

They will leave that decision up to the families and I think that might be the safest route. Granted the new Delta variant has been causing some concern, but the political angle from this pandemic is causing more havoc than the virus. 

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Swartz Creek Community Schools says they will not be requiring masks this school year.


The school system says, wearing a mask can be decided by individual families.


The district also says they will not be mandating the COVID-19 vaccine for this school year.


The 2021-2022 school year starts on August 30.


Smart move, the best angle to take on this is exactly what they're doing. After President Joe Biden just announced that all federal workers will be required to get vaccinated people have been up in arms about masks and vaccines. The political climate is kinda thick with anger right now. So to avoid any controversy giving parents the option to wear masks or not is the safest play.


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