NH Education Commissioner On Full Reopening to Start the 2021-22 School Year
Schools across New Hampshire are reopening to in-person learning, even as covid-19 case numbers have risen dramatically in recent weeks.
State leaders announced that school districts would be required to offer full, in-person instruction to every student.
“It’s going well”, the Commissioner of Education said on ‘Good Morning NH’.
Commissioner Frank Edelblut told Jack Heath there is still a lot of conversation going on across the state, but most of the debate over covid protocols have settled down.
Edelblut reminded our listeners that each community across the state is in a different place.
The Commissioner used Governor Chris Sununu as an example for families across the state.
“If kids feel sick have them stay home, keep them out of the learning environment”, Edelblut said.
As we reported this week, Governor Sununu canceled a meeting after feeling ill, and out of precaution was tested for coronavirus.
The Governor’s Office reported all three tests came back negative.