Hudson schools

HUDSON — The Hudson School District moved up the end of its mandatory mask requirement in a special meeting on Wednesday, June 2. 

The requirement came to an end on Thursday, June 3, earlier than the June 7 date set at a previous meeting. 

The date had originally been moved back to cover both proms, on June 4 and June 5. In the special meeting on Wednesday, board members express comfort with the new earlier date due to CDC recommendations. 

Board Member Heather Logelin asked that administration encouraged those who are not vaccinated to consider wearing a mask to the prom events. 

Refunds are available for those who no longer feel comfortable attending. 

About 400 students are set to attend the two proms, split almost evenly, Superintendent Nick Ouellette said.

 

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