Alpena Public Schools says masks will not be required for the coming school year
ALPENA, Mich. — Alpena Public Schools said it will not require students to wear masks in class or on the school bus this fall. In a letter to students, families and staff, Superintendent David Rabbideau outlined the district’s communicable disease protocols for the coming school year. The letter also states students will not be required to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Earlier this month, Superintendent Rabbideau announced plans to host a town hall on Aug. 3. He said he hopes the discussion will help him understand the community’s concerns. Following is a link to the superintendent’s letter.
2021-22 COVID-19 & Communicable Disease Protocols Communication 07.15.21