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Dubuque Community School District to decide this month on students wearing masks in class

Dubuque (KWWL) -- Dubuque Community School District Officials said they will make a final decision later this month on if they will require face masks for in-person classes this fall.

The district shared the first version of their Return-to-Learn Plan this week.

According to the first version, the district anticipates face coverings will be required for some or all of the school day.

The plan also provides three scenarios for educational learning including fully in-person classes, fully online classes or a hybrid option offering both in-person and online classes.

The district listed other safety measures, like daily temperature checks at home, and prevention practices in the plan.

School officials said the practices are subject to change based on further guidance from the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control.

You can find the full first version of the district's plan here or by going to the district's website or Facebook page.

Jordan Thomas

News Content Producer

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