Crosby-Ironton Schools ready for the start of the 2021-22 school year
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (9/6/21)
(Crosby, MN) — The 2021-22 School Year begins tomorrow. Crosby-Ironton Schools will be returning to full in-person learning along with a majority of the schools in the Lakes Area and the State.
We spoke with Crosby-Ironton School Superintendent Dr. Jamie Skjeveland about the District’s complete stance of CDC recommendations for non-enforced masking for faculty, staff, and students.
Students on buses from school to home or school activities, masks will still be required.
Dr. Skjeveland also noted the District will take into consideration students being absent due to quarantine that adjustments with school work are being addressed.
Crosby-Ironton Schools did reapply to the Minnesota Department of Education in the event of a distance learning model switch, but there could also be the potential for a complete shutdown.
Our full conversation with Dr. Jamie Skjeveland, which also included talks about the latest in school construction and more, is available here: