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Well, It looks like Davison Students that are K-4 will not have to wear a mask while attending school. This has been a hot topic lately especially when it comes to the younger kids.

According to ABC12, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer had issued a recent executive order mandating kindergarten through fourth-grade students begin wearing masks in class beginning Monday. That obviously changed after the Supreme Court's ruling on Friday.

Davison Schools Facebook:

In one of Gov. Whitmer’s last executive orders, students in grades K-4 were to begin wearing masks in the classroom beginning tomorrow. Because of the Supreme Court’s ruling, we will NOT require students in grades K-4 to wear masks in the classrooms. Students in those grades WILL still be required to wear masks on the bus, in the hallways and when moving place to place as they have since school began.

In addition, students in grades 5-12 will still be required to wear masks all day.

These requirements are part of the state’s Return to Learn Plan, approved by the state Legislature in August, as well as the district’s Return to School Plan that was approved by the Board of Education. We will continue to comply with the procedures set forth in these plans. If anything changes moving forward, we will let parents know immediately.

What are your thoughts on kids not being required to wear masks?

My kid goes to Grand Blanc schools but unfortunately, we have no idea when he will be going back for face to face learning. Today they started phasing kids back into Grand Blanc but only young 5s and kindergarten. I don't care what they decide when it comes to wearing a mask, I just want him back in school. This virtual learning stuff just isn't cutting it.

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